Early Childhood
Education and Care News
March 5, 2019
Welcome this week meet Renae Donovan from the award winning 3 Bears Cottage in Coffs Harbour, and important information for the early childhood sector on FPIES, a new life-threatening allergy which seems to be on the increase in young children.
Educator in the Spotlight
Renae Donovan
This week we are proud to introduce you to Renae Donovan from 3 Bears Cottage in Coffs Harbour. Late last year 3 Bears Cottage was a big winner in the Australian Child Care Alliance Early Childhood Education Week Gala Awards, taking home awards for 'Best Early Childhood Education Week (ECEW) Program – Regional Large Centre', 'Best Regional Program Highlighting the Early Years Learning Framework (EYLF)', 'The Power of Relationships with Children Award', and, 'The Award for Best Artwork Illustrating the "Engage, Learn, Play – Playing is Education"' theme.
What is FPIES?
Children with allergies are increasingly common and many are attending early childhood education and care services. It is an essential legal requirement for early childhood educators to be trained on the full range of allergies most likely to impact children as well as how to prevent and treat reactions if they occur.

There is, however, a new type of life-threatening allergy on the rise among babies and young children, which surprisingly few people know about, including doctors. It's called Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) and we've got the low down.
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