It’s Early Childhood Educators’ Day today! On this day, we recognise and celebrate the work of Australia’s early learning educators for their amazing contributions to the well-being and healthy development of the children in their care. Today is a chance we get to thank our wonderful educators on a personal and national level!1 For many
It can be stressful for both you and your child when they are introduced to a new environment. It could be their first day of school, a new classroom, or a new childcare. It can be emotionally challenging for children to be separated from their parents, even just for a little while. Settling into a
Our Children Children are natural learners. By observing how the world around them operates, they instinctively become curious about cause and effect. As they progress through to adolescence from childhood, their minds are constantly analysing and concluding on what they observe(1). Our job as parents and educators is to provide children with the best possible
Kids love to play. And there’s a reason for that. It’s not only natural, but it’s essential for optimal child development. In fact, play is so important that the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights recognises the right of every child to engage in play time.
Are you thinking about sending your child to a child care centre? Are you concerned about the impact of a child care centre for both you and your child? You really shouldn’t be concerned. In fact, there are many benefits of for your child.