Child Australia produce a periodic newsletter, The eChild Times, to help keep you up to date with our activities. It features recent news and events and showcases articles relating to early child care services, programs, family support and other topical industry-related information. Please feel free to browse our newsletters to see what we’ve been up to.

e-Child TIMES December 2017

By |December 22nd, 2017|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

2017 Summer Holiday Edition We are pleased to present this final edition of our e-Child TIMES for 2017. It is packed full of informative articles and great summer reading, we hope you enjoy it. Welcome to the final edition of e-child TIMES for 2017 and what a year it has been. As a sector, we have welcomed changes to the National Quality Framework, bid farewell to [...]

e-Child Times September 2017

By |September 7th, 2017|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to a New Edition of e-Child Times. It’s a big week for Education and Care in Australia. The Sector will celebrate Early Childhood Educators Day on Wednesday 6th September and the United Voice ‘Big Steps Campaign’ will see thousands of educators across the country demonstrate their stance on pay inequality. It truly is wonderful to [...]

e-Child Times June 2017

By |June 2nd, 2017|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to a Special Edition of e-Child Times. With so much going in the sector at the moment, it is hard to find the perfect place to start for my first “CEO” entry. I’ll start with the biggest win for children we’ve seen in a long time, and that was Minderoo Foundation’s announcement of their $75 [...]

e-Child Times March 2017

By |March 2nd, 2017|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to the March 2017 edition of e-Child Times. The latest edition of our e-newsletter is now available for download. We are pleased to present this edition of our e-newsletter which is packed full of entertaining articles and it also provides a snapshot of some of the activities that we have been involved in over the last [...]

e-Child Times December 2016

By |December 1st, 2016|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to the December edition of e-Child Times. This is our last edition for the year and I am sure like me, you are looking forward to a break over the Christmas holidays that are almost upon us. 2016 saw the end of the Professional Support Coordinator (PSC) Program and with it the Government subsidised professional development for the ECEC sector. [...]

e-Child Times October 2016

By |October 1st, 2016|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to the October edition of e-Child Times. It is hard to believe that we are approaching the end of the year, and I couldn’t possibly think about Christmas but there still a full schedule of activities and events on the calendar yet to come. Just one that I want to mention is the upcoming Forum Collaborating in Complexity that Child Australia [...]

e-Child Times September 2016

By |September 1st, 2016|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to the September edition of e-Child Times. I have always been amazed at the pressure that we put ourselves under to achieve great outcomes for children. The sector seems to attract many “self-sacrificing” people who want to make a difference; giving their all to educate children. Amongst the complex environment that is childrens services, people related issues continue to [...]

e-Child Times August 2016

By |August 1st, 2016|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to the August edition of e-Child Times. This month’s edition explores the notion of leadership from a range of perspectives. We know from all the evidence the important connection between leadership and quality in early learning settings. I have always subscribed to the notion that leadership is not simply conferred on a person, as in a formal [...]

e-Child Times June 2016

By |June 1st, 2016|Categories: e-Child TIMES|

Welcome to the June edition of e-Child Times. Welcome to the June edition of the e-child TIMES. With election fever in the air, it is a good time to remind all sides of politics of the importance of leadership in early childhood learning and development. Child Australia advocates for children on many levels; including publications like this, and across a [...]