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The video recording of the Big Six Of Literacy What and Why Webinar which was delivered on 4 May 2022, is now available to watch. The webinar consists of the basics of the Big Six Of Literacy and Practical Strategies…
From Monday 27th June, the Healthy Eating Advisory Service is organising a Long Day Care Recipe Competition. The top recipe in each category wins a fabulous prize! Categories include ‘Fun with fruit and veg’, ‘Connecting kitchen to the garden’, ‘Cheap…
With the joint commitment to overhaul early education in NSW and Victoria, the most significant issue that the sector currently faces is the lack of Early Childhood Educators.
The Budget has allocated to the early childhood industry a sizable $15.9 billion, which will be spent over a ten-year period, with initiatives announced in the 2022-23 Budget. This is being divided into two categories: those with a four-year period…
For Victorian Educators, on Tuesday 28th June, join Anthony Semann for a complimentary professional development session at The Learning Sanctuary Brighton.
For leaving a young child on a minibus outside a Townsville childcare centre last year, a lady was fined $1000 but avoided a criminal conviction.
After the 2019 NQF review, some changes to the Education and Care Services National Law and National Regulations, have been agreed upon by Commonwealth, state, and territory education ministers for the betterment of children’s health, well-being, and security.
Parents may be barred from hitting their children after a study found that physical punishment increased the chance of anxiety.
As parents around the world celebrate the arrival of 11 new Bluey episodes, a discussion regarding one of the show's most popular characters, Bandit, has erupted. Bandit, the dog father of Bluey and her younger sister Bingo, has been dubbed…
As part of what the state premiers have called as "the greatest chance of early education in a generation," Victoria and New South Wales will implement a new year of play-based learning for children before they start school. The programme,…
On 21 June, Literacy Hub is conducting a free webinar on Phonological and phonemic awareness: From theory to practice. This webinar is designed to provide teachers with an explanation of these concepts, while also providing practical activities and strategies for…
The Fair Work Commission has announced a 4.6% increase in minimum wages following its 2022 Annual Wage Review. The increase will apply to base rates of pay from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2022.
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