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CEO foreword Welcome to the first edition of our newsletter for 2024. We start the year with topical issues such as helping children and their families in transition – from…
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Update for Providers and Services in Western Australia on changes to the Education and Care Services National Regulations 2012 (Western Australia) Further amendments have been made to Western Australia’s Education…

Today the Australian Children’s Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA) released its seventh Annual Performance Report on the National Quality Framework (NQF). The report finds that 89% of children’s education…

ACECQA has recently welcomed six new Board members – Mrs Ros Cornish, Mr John Cossons, Ms Carmen Garcia, Ms Barbara Hingston AM, Mr Brad Jolly and Dr Jessa Rogers. These…

The latest quarterly NQF Snapshot shows that the proportion of children’s education and care services rated Meeting National Quality Standard (NQS) or above has reached 90% – a significant achievement…

The proportion of children’s education and care services rated Meeting National Quality Standard (NQS) or above remains at 89%, according to the latest quarterly NQF Snapshot. There have been significant…

In 2022, Education Ministers agreed to changes to the National Quality Framework based on findings from the 2019 NQF Review. The 2019 NQF Review included extensive consultation with the sector…

ACECQA has published the Shaping Our Future online dashboard as part of our commitment to the implementation of the National Children’s Education and Care Workforce Strategy (2022-2031). Australian governments and…

In 2022, Education Ministers agreed to changes to the National Quality Framework based on findings from the 2019 NQF Review. The 2019 NQF Review included extensive consultation with the sector…

We have published our ninth occasional paper, analysing serious incidents relating to injury, trauma, or illness. Supporting children’s safety, health and wellbeing is the first and most important objective of…