Child Weekly

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.

From January 30 nationally as part of Big W’s Free Books program, an eight-part series of Wiggles books will be given away for free each week

ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training courses for early childhood services and schools, throughout Australia have recently been updated. Educators and Teachers, please familiarise yourselves with the newly updated anaphylaxis requirements by completing this e-training course, approved by ACECQA. 

Building Belonging is a set of Resources of early childhood services, focussed on encouraging respect for cultural diversity and tackling racial prejudice in early childhood settings. It includes an ebook, song with actions, educator guide, posters and lesson plans.

ARTS:LIVE is offering free resources for Educators which include 15 transition songs for Educators to use within their daily routine, a craft puppet show on making Cloud Child Dolls and "Too Many Cheeky Dogs - an award-winning book brought o life.

Educators support children understanding about bushfires with this free storybook "Birdie and The Fire".

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