Child Weekly

eSafety recognises that educators work closely with the families of the children in their care. So they have designed the eSafety Early Years program to support that important relationship to improve online safety for young Australians.

A Victorian Early Childhood Teacher, has been caught selling marijuana to high school students. She would deliver the drug on demand and sometimes during school hours, the Victorian Institute of Teaching found.

For the first time, 80% of education and care services, throughout Australia, are Meeting or Exceeding the National Quality Standard (NQS), ACECQA recently highlighted.

On the 14th February, is International Book Giving Day. This day is about getting books into the hands of as many children as possible. This initiative is aimed at increasing children’s access and enthusiasm for books.

Data released by the Productivity Commission on Tuesday shows 16,185 serious incidents at childcare facilities across Australia from 2018 to 2019.

An Educator received a sanction for placing children at risk, for frequent drug use and was ordered by the Queensland Education Department to take regular drug tests and "abstain from using illicit drugs".

Twenty - two month old Neihana, from NZ, had choked on a chunk of a big piece of an apple given to him by Educators and was in cardiac arrest for half an hour. Neihana was left severely disabled.

Early childhood services are legally required to notify the Regulatory Authority on certain incidents, complaints and changes to the service.

An American single mum of two was shocked when she changed her toddler's nappy after coming home from daycare, to find a message written over her toddler's stomach.

An outbreak of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) was detected in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China in late December 2019.

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