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Early Childhood Education and Care

Download Sally and Possum apps

These new apps combine Auslan and game-based learning to improve literacy and numeracy in children, aged 4 to 8 years, who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Catch Sally and Possum on ABC4Kids (ABC2) or iView (episode schedule External Link) or visit the Sally and Possum website External Link

More remote schools to offer kindy

The Remote Kindergarten Pilot program will expand next year with 36 state schools in remote communities to offer kindy in 2017.

The following list includes all of the schools participating in the 2017 pilot

More remote schools to offer kindy

Join the fun before they turn one

Queensland families with a child under one can now join Playgroup Queensland for 12 months for free and become Play Stars. Playgroups provide fun experiences that help children to learn and grow through play. The membership offer is part of a five year partnership between the Queensland Government and Playgroup Queensland.

Find out more about Playgroup Queensland

Foundations for Success new website

Building on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, languages and strengths is key to delivering quality kindergarten programs.

Visit the Foundations for Success website for information about placing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, families and communities at the core of early childhood teaching and learning practice.

Quality in family day care

Watch our latest videos on quality in family day care services and discover the elements to consider when choosing a service.

Quality in family day care - parent video

Quality in family day care - sector video

FDC video

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This page was last reviewed on 02 Dec 2016 at 12:09PM

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