When we’re working we insist that childcare is essential in furthering our kids’ development. Why would that stop being true when you’re not working?
Parents often have different expectations for their three- to five-year-old children when […] Read More
More companies are finding child care is the solution to their labor […] Read More
For many children, their entry into kinder or preschool is their first real opportunity to understand social dynamics beyond their home and family – and increasingly, educators believe these early years are absolutely critical for success in adult life. Read More
Did you know that 1 in 5 of our children and 2 in 5 of our Indigenous children are already behind before they start school? Read More
Did I tell you that my grandson, fast approaching his second birthday and not many months away from losing his status as our one and only grandchild, is a budding genius? Read More
It’s two years since I wrote about the educational opportunity for Australia contained in a report by the Mitchell Institute: a specialist education research facility at Victoria University which I am happy to support. Read More
The human brain is the most complex thing on Earth. From birth to age 5, we see a rapid rate of brain development. 90% of the child’s brain is developed before they even walk into a classroom. Read More
Here are 6 reasons why the Australian Government should invest more in early education.
Childcare and early learning benefits not only children and families but all Australians. Read More
Did you know that 1 in 5 of our children and 2 in 5 of our Indigenous children are already behind before they start school? But it doesn’t have to be this way. Read More