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Vaccine tracking feature VaxTrack released by workforce management provider Ento

With a number of Australian states and territories moving to require early childhood education and care (ECEC) employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19, Melbourne-based technology firm Ento has launched VaxTrack, Australia’s first COVID-19 vaccination tracking feature, for its leading workforce management platform.

1 month

by Jason Roberts

OSHC for preschoolers trial a success in the ACT

In 2020, the ACT Government launched a trial program of onsite outside of school hours care (OSHC) for ACT public preschool students. The program has been running in four preschools across the ACT - Duffy, Monash, Giralang and Palmerston.

3 months

by Freya Lucas

Starting school takes on a digital twist in NSW, following successful pilot program

The New South Wales Department of Education has released information for early childhood education service providers who participated in last year’s pilot of a Transition to School Digital Statement, as well as for NSW public schools who have received an email with the new Transition to School Digital Statements.

8 months

by Freya Lucas

Could the ELLA program be a key point of difference for your service?

As the early childhood education and care (ECEC) environment becomes more crowded, competition increases. Early childhood providers of all kinds are searching for a point of difference to help them secure and retain enrolments, as well as attracting and maintaining staff.

8 months

by Freya Lucas

SAKGF celebrates ECEC service who has innovated to overcome regulation challenges

Following the success of the 2020 launch of its early childhood specific program, the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation (SAKGF) has highlighted an innovative solution for the challenge of extensive health and safety regulations which can, at times, make it challenging for participants in the program to engage with very young children to cook their own food.

9 months

by Freya Lucas

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