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Latest Childcare News
Children would be given trees to climb in, a creek to explore and material to build cubby houses under proposals for a new childcare centre and kindergarten which aims to buck the trend of wrapping them in cotton wool. The proposal by C&K comes as the organisation dedicates an entire weekend conference to the topic of "children's right to childhood" and the consequences of risk aversion.Read the whole story at the Courier Mail website.
Labor stands by childcare pledge (May 24)
Federal Childcare Minister Kate Ellis has committed the Gillard government to indexing the childcare rebate again in 2014, making it clear for the first time that a Labor government would not try to extend the $7500 cap for longer to save money. It comes after the Coalition revealed it wants to lift the cap on the childcare rebate, flagging an increase on the $7500 families currently receive per child.
The City of Sydney has allocated $55 million to build six new childcare centres in Sydney over the next 10 years - with three to be funded over the next four years. Lord Mayor Clover Moore MP said more families were moving to the city and by 2031 the city’s total population was expected to increase by 35 per cent.Read the whole story at the News Local Central Sydney website.
Coalition childcare threat (May 23)
United Voice, the early childhood education and care union, says the Coalition announcement that it would immediately slow down childcare industry reforms if elected is a direct threat to the future of quality and sustainable education and care of young children.Read the whole story at the United Voice News website.
Baby talk at childcare seminar (May 23)
Early childhood workers from Central and Western NSW were brought together to share experiences and discuss new trends in the industry at a conference held by TAFE Western on Saturday. The annual conference titled 'New Ideas New Ways' was held at the Orange college and 170 delegates from across NSW got together to promote new ideas and learn from key speakers in the industry.Read the whole story at the Central Western Daily website.
The Coalition has revealed it wants to lift the cap on the childcare rebate, flagging an increase on the $7500 families currently receive per child.
There is concern that the whole childcare industry is in crisis, with workers leaving in droves due to poor pay.Read the whole story at the Caboolture News website.
Childcare volunteers swamped (May 22)
Parents who volunteer at childcare centres and kindergartens say they are being overwhelmed by massive amounts of paperwork - it is feared that there will be no volunteers, and thus no kndergartens, next year.Read the whole story at the Progress Leader website.
There has been a huge increase in the number of families paying so much in childcare fees that they are exceeding the full childcare rebate rate, with departmental modelling revealing about 38,900 families will reach the maximum childcare rebate of $7500 for 2011-12. This means these families are spending more than $15,000 a year in childcare fees for each child.
Union warning on childcare strategy (May 21)
The union representing childcare workers has warned the Gillard government not to jeopardise quality in any deal it strikes with childcare centres to freeze fees.Read the whole story at the Brisbane Times website.