For more information on our Regulations:
For more information on the National Quality Framework (NQF):
NSW Department of Education
Your first steps into early childhood education & care – Starting Blocks
Early Childhood Australia – a voice for young children:
NSW Reconciliation Council:
ACPY Advocate for Children and Young People:
ACYP | Advocate for Children and Young People (nsw.gov.au)
City of Canterbury Bankstown Council:
Links for “Big School”
Starting Kindergarten Starting school (nsw.gov.au)This website provides useful information about starting Kindergarten
Links for Parent Support
Parent Line is a free and confidential 24-hour telephone counselling, information, and referral service for all NSW parents. Call 1300 1300 52 if you need help or advice with parenting – http://www.parentline.org.au/
Raising Children provides information that can help parents and carers with the day-to-day decisions of raising children, as well as looking after their own needs – http://raisingchildren.net.au/
Parenting – Department of Family and Community Services – provides tips, advice, and guidelines for parents and carers.
Tuck Sleep is a community devoted to promoting sleep health awareness. Following are some links based on their research
Find the Best Bedtime Stories for Kids – https://www.tuck.com/best-bedtime-stories/
Healthy Kids provides information, resources, and ideas on physical activity and healthy eating for children and young people, from the NSW Government – http://www.healthykids.nsw.gov.au/
NSW Health Information on common health topics that may help you to understand the facts about various medical conditions.
Services Australia – Families can access the Australian Childhood Immunisation Register, as well as other information and services provided by Medicare, Centrelink and Child Support – Services Australia
Autism Spectrum Australia (ASPECT) Provides services, information, and assistance to people on the autism spectrum and their families.
Cerebral Palsy Alliance – Supports children and adults with cerebral palsy in NSW and the ACT