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Responsible Children Make Better Siblings

We all want our children to get along. Sibling rivalry does, of course, occur. But ensuring this is in a healthy manner, rather than destructive, is something all parents and caregivers aspire to. How a child gets on with others, be they a relative, friend or a person they’ve just...
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The Jobs Of The Future: How do we set our children up for success?

There’s no denying that the workplace of tomorrow is set to be dramatically different to that of the past decades. AI, tech, robots - these are already well established, and only set to dominate the future of employment that our children are set to inherit. So what will the job...
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Centres With A Difference

Nido Early School centres have established themselves as the benchmark for excellence in early education in Australia and one of the key things setting them apart from other education providers is that they practice what they preach. Their values and ethos are bound by a passion to provide young minds...
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Bringing ideas home from the home of Reggio Emilia

Not everyone is lucky enough to get a company-sponsored trip to Europe, but the nine employees of Nido Early Education who visited Italy recently are determined to make sure that their good fortune has long-lasting and tangible benefits for the wider community. For a week, the group immersed themselves in...
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Tips for New Mums Before Going Back to Work

Many mothers find it tough enough just coping with the readjustment and daily demands that come with having a baby that going back to work seems impossible. However, many mums do manage the transition back to work and although it’s not always easy and there may be some challenging moments,...
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Everything You Need To Know About The Reggio Emilia Approach

The Reggio Emilia approach is an educational philosophy focusing on preschool and primary education. It was created after WWII by a teacher in Reggio Emilia, Italy, which is where the approach gets its name. After the war, educators and families believed that children needed new ways of learning, to cultivate...
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More Growth For Internationally Acclaimed Early Childhood Learning Centres In Australia

Acclaimed as one of the world’s leading early childhood education philosophies, the Reggio Emilia approach has become one of the most highly sought-after and highly regarded influencers in early education in Australia - and the good news is that more and more Reggio Emilia inspired schools are opening across the country....
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Building Confidence In Your Child Prior To Early School

Wouldn’t we all love our kids to have positive self-esteem and healthy self-confidence? How can parents help to build confidence in our child before they make that first big move into an early school environment? The first thing to know is that there are many things that parents can do...
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The Importance Of Learning Through Play For Children

Experts agree that play is one of the most important ways that children learn and prepare for life, as well as being a crucial activity for igniting and stimulating a love of learning. Play is vital for the development of the brain and helps to build children’s communication skills, to...
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Why Creative Expression Is So Important For Children

Most people talk about ‘creative expression’ in terms of the outcome. They see a painting, a story, a sculpture, a song, a dance sequence, a play or even just a tangle of string at the end of a craft session as the all-important end result of the creative activity. But...
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