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  1. The Vegetable Battle

    Posted: February 13 2018

    As an early childhood educator, trainer and mother of three, I have had my share of fussy eaters and most of the time the battle is about vegetables! As with any nutrient rich food group, it’s especially important to try and get a variety and good balance of colour into the mix but that doesn’t […]

  2. Like Music to Our Ears: Sustainable Instruments

    Posted: February 8 2018

    Integrating sustainable practices within early childhood pedagogy is an integral part of education today. As environmental issues become more prevalent, the importance of including environmental programs for children increases. Within practice, early childhood educators aim to raise children’s environmental awareness in natural ways and one of the key methods as suggested by the Early Years […]

  3. Inspired by the Words of Dr Shona Bass – Our Latest Industry Event!

    Posted: October 4 2017

    We were thrilled to welcome Director of Early Life Foundations, Dr Shona Bass, to present at our latest industry event held at our Bourke Street Campus. Pairing with Apprenticeships Matter, we hosted the event for professionals from a variety of Early Learning Services in Melbourne where they enjoyed a presentation on Intentional Teaching in Early […]

  4. Onwards and Upwards

    Posted: July 12 2017

    When left disheartened in a difficult situation people often comfort themselves with the adage, “when one door closes, another door opens”. For Kerry Carr the saying stayed true to its meaning as she has found herself in an even better place now with the National Academy of Early Childhood, after her studies were left in […]

  5. Pushing Forward

    Posted: July 10 2017

    The closure of various Early Childhood Education private colleges such as Sage Institute was a huge shock to many students including Nicole Riley who found herself unable to complete their qualification. Fortunately, with the support of the National Academy of Early Childhood (NAEC) and the experience of dealing with difficult circumstances in her life, Nicole […]

  6. Proudly Supporting Displaced Early Childhood Education Students

    Posted: June 20 2017

    With a number of students left displaced after the unfortunate closures of Early Childhood Education Providers such as Sage Institute and Careers Australia, the National Academy of Early Childhood (NAEC) were determined to help students reach their study goals and complete their qualification. Students are now thriving at the National Academy of Early Childhood Although […]

  7. Does Early Childhood Education Impact Your Future?

    Posted: May 11 2017

    The benefits of early childhood education continue to be seen with the latest study results revealing, children provided with high-quality early education are more likely to be employed full-time, have a keen sense of social equality, and have better relationships with their parents as adults. Early Childhood Education Impact Your Future The results are part […]

  8. Supporting Children’s Mental Health

    Posted: April 11 2017

    It is often forgotten that early childhood educators are not only responsible for children’s education, health, and safety, but also contribute to a child’s sense of belonging and mental health. This includes the social, emotional, and behavioural wellbeing of young children. One of the key responsibilities of educators is creating a sense of belonging for […]

  9. No Jab, No Play

    Posted: March 27 2017

    In January 2016, the Victorian Government introduced the No Jab, No Play law which requires all Victorian children to have a record of immunisation to be enrolled in childcare and kindergarten, unless they have a medical reason. This was a fantastic move towards a safer classroom environment with scientific evidence proving immunisations are safe, effective […]

  10. The Power of Positive Relationships

    Posted: January 12 2017

    Establishing positive relationships at a very young age has many benefits for children. They can aid in a child’s learning, allowing them to use their newly developed skills to build new relationships. Establishing Positive Relationships in Children’s Lives As early childhood educators, we aim to be one of the positive relationships in young children’s lives. […]

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