Guidance for the Early Learning sector on managing child illness and administering medicine.
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Participation in quality early childhood education has reached record highs, at over 96% in 2015.
There are important changes being made to the Teachers Council and to the teacher registration requirement from 1 July 2015.
7 South Auckland ECE centres are working together to increase their enrolments. Part of a project run by the Ministry of Education and Ko Awatea.
It is recommended that all home-based ECE services install smoke detectors to give home occupants early warning of a fire.
Early Childhood Education centres and kōhanga reo are required to be smokefree at all times.
ECE educators are encouraged to get involved in B4 School Checks, available to all children after their fourth birthday.
The Early Childhood Education Funding Handbook has been reviewed and updated. There are four important changes to be aware of.
The Advisory Group on Early Learning’s online consultation about teaching practice and curriculum implementation has now closed.
Safekids Aotearoa is calling for the early learning sector to be aware of the dangers of small children swallowing or inserting batteries into their bodies.