Early childhood services can now register for the 2016 Premier's Reading Challenge. This is an opportunity for children to improve their language, vocabulary and cognitive skills before they start school while developing a passion for reading.
The Workforce Action Plan (WAP) 2016-2019 is now available an d aims to improve the capacity of Queensland's early childhood education and care workforce to deliver quality outcomes for children.
Information about a wide range of initiatives and programs across the department, dedicated to the education of Queensland children from birth to eight years.
Using effective pedagogies in the early years of schooling is important in supporting children to be actively engaged, creative and successful learners.
A secure online portal has been launched to provide Approved Providers with a convenient way to advise the Regulatory Authority of any service closures due to a natural disaster.
The ECEC Emergency Closure portal is available 24 hours a day from a computer, smart phone or tablet.
Read more about the portal and register now.
The 2015 Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) national, state and community data is now available. AEDC results can be used to inform early childhood policy, planning and service delivery.
This page was last reviewed on 11 Mar 2016