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Rishworth calls out Liberals for unfair CCS changes leaving children “out in the cold”

Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Education and Development Amanda Rishworth has accused the current Federal Government of “trying to hide the impact their unfair child care changes are having on vulnerable Australian children”.

2 days ago

by Freya Lucas

Learning centre for children with additional needs to open at SOMA Wellness health hub

Learning Links, a not-for-profit charitable organisation dedicated to preventing learning difficulties from causing disadvantage, has announced that they will open a new learning centre at SOMA Wellness health hub, located in Gledswood Hills, a suburb in the Macarthur region of Sydney, New South Wales.

2 days ago

by Freya Lucas

New report outlines ACT child wellbeing and ECEC sector attendance

A comprehensive whole-of-government report highlighting the progress of children and young people in the Australian Capital Territory against key indicators, including early childhood education and care (ECEC) attendance, has been released. The biennial report includes data and trend information critical to informing ACT Government services and initiatives.

a month ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Australian first: Tasmania launches pilot program for three-year-old early learning

The Tasmanian Government has launched a pilot program to provide two years of free early learning for three year olds from the states low income and disadvantaged families, in an Australian first.

a month ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Hope Valley upgrades a welcome win under QLD region building program

Children and families living in Queensland’s Hope Valley region, north of the Daintree rainforest, will soon have access to outside school hours care (OSHC) and vacation care, as well as upgraded kindergarten facilities, through the fourth round of a $295 million funding program, known as Building our Regions (BoR).

a month ago

by Freya Lucas