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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

US-based outdoor play specialist Tinkergarten receives $21M investment boost

Tinkergarten, a United States-based ‘pioneer’ in dedicated outdoor play-based learning classes for young children, has announced that it has secured a $21 million investment to help it expand its geographic reach and to develop its brand globally.

22 days ago

by Jason Roberts

Consolidated services to provide intensive support to SA children at risk

The South Australian Government will consolidate services and staff from several departments to establish a new system of intensive support services, designed to disrupt patterns of child abuse and neglect.

a month ago

by Freya Lucas

Parents camping out on the information superhighway searching for solutions, PRC says

With more than 6 million families in Australia dealing with different ages and stages of child development; managing various transition points; navigating health and disability, parenting and development issues, parenting life is no longer about “going online” but rather “living online” the Parenting Research Centre (PRC) has said.

2 months ago

by Freya Lucas

Interview: Little People Nutrition Founder, Mandy dos Santos

This sounds like a wonderful theory, but how do educators encourage children to like eggplant, or deal with all the latest “food fads” they are presented with? The Sector Assistant Editor Freya Lucas, spoke with Little People Nutrition Founder Mandy dos Santos about how early childhood education and care (ECEC) professionals and families can work together to tackle these “food fights”.

2 months ago

by Freya Lucas