Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Sector + 5 most popular articles of 2019
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all of our readers
With 2019 wrapping up it remains for us at The Sector to thank you all for an incredibly rewarding year. We are still a very young organisation with much to learn and much to do but thus far the support we have received from the sector has been incredible and humbling in equal measure.
So thank you all for enabling us to do what we love to do.
With the year wrapping up, that leaves us to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
We will be back to full coverage on 6 January 2019.
In the meantime we thought you might enjoy reviewing the The Sector’s top five most read articles of 2019.
Top five most read articles of 2019
In position number five, an article by our very own editor Freya Lucas that explores how children communicate through play and why it is so important with 3,200 reads.
In fourth place, an article that highlights the challenge faced by children, particularly girls, with autism when making friendships with 3,454 reads.
In third place, Claire Warden warns against dumbing down nature with 3,581 reads.
Our runner up this year focused on the child care subsidy with reporting on the new CCS rate for 2019-20 year with 4,823 reads.
Coming in at number one, with 6,886 reads was ACECQA’s reminder of additional staffing requirements kicking in from 1 January 2020.
‘Greatest transformation of early education in a generation’? Well, that depends on qualified, supported and thriving staff
by Freya Lucas
New Child Safe Standards come into play from July 1 - are you across the changes?
by Freya Lucas
Kangarootime closes A$38 million investment round to accelerate significant growth opportunities
by Jason Roberts