Child Weekly

To ensure community preschools remain open pandemic and to maintain staffing levels, the NSW government has extended free community preschool to the end of 2020.

From 01 October 2020, new national regulations for policies and procedures, risk assessment, and written authorisation will come into effect for all education and care services in all states and territories throughout Australia, for transporting children.

National Science Week is Australia’s yearly celebration of science and technology and is held on 15th August to the 23rd August

From tonight, 11:59 pm Wednesday 5 August, employers that require their Educators to attend a childcare service must issue a worker permit to their Educators. 

Let's Count is a free online course to support early childhood educators to bring practical skills and activities to parents so they can explore mathematical ideas with their young children.

On 20 August, EPEC Education is conducting a free webinar on Unpacking Critical Reflection - Strategies for identifying and recording thoughts and experiences, to guide practice.

Crazy Hair Day, held on the 7 August, is an annual fundraising event held across Australia. Encourage children to wear their craziest hair and raise awareness and money for cystic fibrosis.

The following lists cultural and special events that are taking place in August 2020. This should help you to plan and organise for upcoming events and celebrations for August 2020.

On 7 August, is it Jeans for Genes Day, this is raising awareness, finding cures for sick kids and supporting the Children’s Medical Research Institute by wearing your best denim and making a donation.

From 3 to 7 August, it is Early Learning Matters Week. This is a week to raise awareness and celebrate the importance of early childhood education.

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