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Camp Australia rallies to ensure vacation care is supported during bushfire crisis

Outside school hours care (OSHC) provider Camp Australia has announced that it will support those communities devastated by the recent and ongoing bushfires by providing free holiday care for all Australian emergency services personnel and volunteers for the remainder of the summer school holidays.

4 days ago

by Freya Lucas

G8 announces bushfire relief package: donation matching and free care for firefighters

Children and educators from across G8 Education’s 476 strong national network of early childhood centres have banded together to host fundraisers in support of communities ravaged by bushfire. To support these efforts, G8 announced yesterday that they would match donations dollar for dollar.

4 days ago

by Freya Lucas

Simplified enrolment processes on the way in Victoria ahead of three-year-old kinder

Councils in Victoria will be supported by the State Government to develop centralised enrolment schemes, and to simplify enrolment processes, in a bid to make it easier for families to secure a kindergarten place for three and four-year-old children.

5 days ago

by Freya Lucas

North Shore residents question sharp rise in childcare centres, fearing oversupply

Residents living in Sydney’s North Shore have questioned what The Daily Telegraph has termed “a sharp rise” in childcare centre planning applications, citing concerns about increased traffic, noise, and oversupply in the area.

6 days ago

by Freya Lucas

Rio Tinto to develop ECEC facility in Tom Price, in partnership with Council

Anglo-Australian multinational metals and mining company, Rio Tinto, has committed funding to support the Shire of Ashburton to develop a new “state-of-the-art childcare centre” in Tom Price, Western Australia.

9 days ago

by Freya Lucas