Little Learners Lend a Helping Hand for Bushfire Relief

From lemonade stands and fundraiser barbecues through to stitching joey pouches for young orphaned animals, even the littlest Australian’s are doing their bit to support those devastated by the bushfires. Children and educators attending World of Learning early education centres across the country are activating several initiatives to support the communities from bushfire-ravaged areas. And […]

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The Child Care Subsidy, Simplified

The Government Child Care Subsidy makes early learning more affordable for many Australians – however, it’s not always easy to understand, especially with all the factors that need to be taken into account.   If you’re confused or seeking further explanation on the subsidy, the below guide is provided to help break down the benefits for you and your […]

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How to End Drop-off Drama

By Sabrina Rogers-Anderson My three-year-old twins only recently settled into their new early learning centre after clinging to me and crying at every drop-off for a couple of months. They’ve been going to child care since they were 15 months old, so it wasn’t a brand-new situation. But a series of unexpected events – sickness, holidays […]

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Learning with Nature at Lilliput

At Lilliput World of Learning, we like to provide children with Natural Materials in their daily tasks such as within Art, Building and Construction and so on. Recently, the children asked an educator about leaves and what we could do with them. After brainstorming a few ideas, we decided on doing some ‘leaf painting!’  To […]

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Good Nutrition in Care

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With Nutrition Week taking place recently, we look at what it means to practice good nutrition, within and outside childcare settings. The Importance of Good Nutrition Nutritious food is essential throughout life for health and wellbeing. In young children, not only does it help their bodies grow and develop at a healthy rate, but it […]

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Flexible Hours – The Need to Know

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When the government’s new Child Care subsidy was introduced, the Westwood family thought that they would be better off. The reality however was that the out of pocket fees for their two children to attend early learning five days a week increased. This is because the amount of subsidised hours offered by the government under […]

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