Lyndsie Clark

Business Development Specialist

Lyndsie Clark has worked in niche B2B print and online publishing and events, for the past 10 years, predominantly at Melbourne-based company Great Southern Press. Her last role at the company as General Manager saw Lyndsie manage a tight-knit team of journalists, sales, design and events staff, across the company’s local and international offices. Lyndsie has much experience producing publications and providing marketing solutions for business associations, and the companies and organisations that they represent. Lyndsie is married with two sons, aged 19 months, and 4 years, who both attend childcare. Lyndsie’s key role at The Sector is to provide effective marketing solutions for organisations wanting to reach an engaged ECEC audience.

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Articles by Lyndsie Clark

National strategy with government backing required to make teaching attractive again: ACDE

All Australian political parties need support a multi-pronged, collaborative, national strategy to improve the attractiveness of the teaching profession, according to the peak body of the university faculties and schools that educate future Australian teachers.

a day ago

by Lyndsie Clark

OSHC for all NSW public schools: sector consultation beginning Term 2

Consultation with principals and school communities will begin next month to deliver on the New South Wales’ Government’s pre-election pledge to ensure all children at public primary schools have access to outside school hours care (OSHC) by 2021.

a day ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Making sense of children’s senses: the educator’s guide to sensory processing

How can sensory processing help us understand children’s behaviour? Take a look around the room at your service. Can you identify a child that bites and kicks other children for no reason? Do you know a child who travels from one activity to another, spinning as they go? You’re not alone. This article will explain how sensory processing can help you understand and respond to children’s behaviour.

6 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark

QLD ministers highlight free TAFE for “high priority areas”, including ECEC

To support Year 12 graduates into work, the Queensland Government is offering free TAFE in “high priority areas” including early childhood education and care (ECEC).

6 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark

HEI Schools named a finalist in World Changing Ideas Award 2019

Selected from over 2,000 entries, HEI Schools has been named a finalist in Fast Company’s World Changing Ideas Award 2019 for its work in “globalising nordic wellbeing through education”.

6 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark