Early Childhood
Education and Care News
March 19, 2019
Welcome, this week we take a closer look at risky play and consider why it's important and how you can create more opportunities for children to leave their comfort zone in your service. Also, ideas to help you celebrate Harmony Day on Thursday, 21 March.
Why risky play is important for young children
As an early childhood provider your fundamental role is to care for, educate and nurture other people's young children. Naturally you need to protect them from harm, however you've also got to give them the freedom to explore new experiences and challenges, and venture into territory that isn't one hundred per cent safe

This is called risky play and it's increasingly becoming recognised as an important developmental opportunity for young children. This week we take a look at what risky involves, the key benefits and how to create more opportunities for children to experience risky play without compromising their safety.
Harmony Day Activities
Harmony Day, this Thursday March 21, is an Australian Government initiative celebrating the successful integration of migrants into our community and reinforcing the importance of inclusiveness to all Australians.

Started in 1999, to coincide with the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Harmony Day is marked by people coming together all over the country and participating in local activities.
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