The early years are so important
You are the most important person in your children’s lives. Your family, friends and the broader community also play key roles in shaping their development.
It is vital that these relationships are positive and that your children’s everyday experiences are meaningful, as it is these things that help shape the people they will grow to become.
Daily opportunities to play, laugh and learn are vitally important – they allow your children to practise skills, communicate with others, take on challenges and solve problems in fun and enjoyable ways.
These, along with good health and nutrition, are extremely important in making sure your children get the best start in life.
A play-and-learn initiative for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children who are not old enough to enrol in school.
Connecting playgroup and school
There are many benefits for children attending school community playgroups.