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  • May roadshow plans locked in

    The department will be hosting the first of the 2019 ECE Roadshow sessions in May and June, providing information on policy, programs, funding and regulatory updates.

  • Parent awareness campaign kicks off in January

    In a bid to continue sharing knowledge from the sector with the broader community, the department will launch a new parent information and awareness campaign in January to support the NSW Government’s Start Strong policy, and to increase awareness of the importance of early childhood education (ECE) among families.

  • Be You Mental Health training launched

    Beyond Blue in partnership with Early Childhood Australia and Headspace have launched Be You, a national mental health initiative in early childhood education which supports educators, early learning services and schools to ensure they are leading and collaborating to create mentally healthy learning communities.

  • Celebrating Children's Week at Rockdale

    To celebrate Children’s Week 2018, the department participated in a children’s expo at Rockdale Town Hall for children aged 0-5, organised by NSW Health.

  • Deadly Teachers - Solid Jarjums

    The Department of Education is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) to deliver a new program in 2019: Deadly Teachers Solid Jarjums (Aboriginal Cultural Awareness, Perspectives and Pedagogy).

  • Water safety guidance for ECE educators

    Royal Life Saving New South Wales have developed a range of educational resources designed to help three to five year old children learn about water safety.

  • 2018- an overview

    Start Strong for three year olds: the NSW Government is committed to delivering the best early education sector in Australia. As announced in the 2018/19 budget, $197.8 million has been allocated over four years to extend NSW Government’s commitment to Start Strong.


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