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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

Employer ordered to pay $237,000 for defaming former employee

Defamation in the workplace is more often than not associated with disgruntled employees making adverse or negative remarks about their employer (or former employer). This has become a major cause for concern for employers particularly with the advent of social media and online reviews.

3 days ago

by Shane Koelmeyer, Workplace Law

Sarah Mitchell, NSW Minister for Early Childhood Learning, commits to early education and regional access

All early childhood services should be affordable, accessible, of a high quality, and no child should miss out, New South Wales Minister for Early Childhood Learning Sarah Mitchell has said.

7 days ago

by Lyndsie Clark

Early intervention blueprint commissioned to support children with additional needs

Early Childhood Intervention Australia (ECIA) has been commissioned by the Federal Government to deliver the first national early intervention blueprint for young children living with a disability or developmental delay.

21 days ago

by Freya Lucas

First meeting welcomed by Government and peak bodies as Joint Council seeks to Close the Gap

Peak body, SNAICC National Voice for Our Children, has joined the Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency (VACCA) in welcoming the “first historic meeting” of the Joint Council on Closing the Gap, held in Brisbane yesterday.

21 days ago

by Freya Lucas