Information for starting the education journey for your child, keeping them safe, choosing a service and transitioning your child to school.
The National Immunisation Program (NIP) Schedule is a series of immunisations given at specific times throughout your life. The immunisations range from birth through to adulthood.
Information for families for all health matters, including where to go for help, resources and fact sheets for common childhood illnesses and health services available in our area.
This website is a valuable resource for all families. Keeping children of all ages safe while on the Internet is so important and this website provides all the hints and tips in one place. This website is definitely worth the click if you have children who use YouTube, or browse the internet unsupervised. It contains booklets and resources to talk to your children about cyber safety.
Raising children provides up-to-date, evidence-based, scientifically validated information about children and caring for yourself as a parent or carer. Raising children gathers this information and translates it into everyday language with plenty of real-life examples.
The Department of Communities and Justice works with children, adults, families and communities to deliver services with a unified and collaborative approach with the objective of achieving a vibrant, sustainable and inclusive community.
Information on mental health for children.
If you have any questions about kids and traffic, car seats, road safety, bike helmets etc, this is where you will find all the answers.
Information for parents and carers about sun safety for babies, toddlers and young children.
Starting Blocks provides parents with information about early childhood education and care including developmental milestones, choosing an early childhood service, what to expect and how you can support and encourage your child to learn at home.
Strengthening community through quality flexible family services across the Tumut region.
COVID-19 guidance for families using Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC).
Munch & Move is a NSW Health initiative that supports the healthy development of children birth to 5 years.
Australia’s system for regulating early learning and school age care including: legislation and national quality standard, sector profiles and data, and learning frameworks.