National child harm prevention charity, ChildSafe, is embarking on an 8-month nationwide tour to empower local organisations, businesses, non-profits, and churches to improve their current child safety systems, in light of the recent Royal Commission’s recommendations.
Mitchell Institute Director Megan O’Connell said the paper should prompt governments and educators to look at how young people are moving from school to further study and careers, and consider if the ATAR is outdated.
Shona Bass and Kathy Walker of Early Life Foundations and Walker Learning discuss the inclusion of skills for life in children’s education.
Australia and New Zealand’s longest-serving educational resource supplier, Modern Teaching Aids, is preparing students for the future with its wide range of robotics resources.
Aboriginal children across NSW will benefit from a new program targeting the quality enhancement of Aboriginal early childhood services, Minister for Early Childhood Education and Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell announced today.
Back-end administration of After School Care is an inconvenience for schools and providers, with multiple platforms that also make life inconvenient for parents. LookedAfter Executive Director Darren Stevenson has a ready-to-use alternative solution for providers and parents.