The Victorian Budget 2020/21 will invest an unprecedented extra $1.9 billion to make sure Victorians with disability are supported – including our youngest Victorians.
This year, Keilor Downs families have done an incredible job in supporting students to learn from home. As kids get back into the classroom, we want to make sure they have the fantastic new learning spaces they deserve. The Andrews Labor Government has built and..
The Victorian Budget 2020/21 will deliver up to $169.6 million to make kinder free next year, saving families around $2000 for every child enrolled in a participating funded kindergarten program.
The Andrews Labor Government’s landmark reform to early childhood education has arrived, as hundreds of children in regional Victoria started Three-Year-Old Kindergarten from yesterday.
The Andrews Labor Government is delivering on its commitment to provide Victorian families with free, expert child car seat fittings and safety checks to keep their little passengers safe.
The Andrews Labor Government has kicked off the expansion of Sunshine Hospital’s emergency department, which will soon give families in Melbourne’s west the world-class care they deserve.
The Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos today launched the revised Victorian Early Years Learning and Development Framework (VEYLDF) at the annual Together We Grow: Early Childhood Education Conference.
Children under 18 will no longer be able to buy e-cigarettes under tough new laws to be introduced into Parliament this week by the Andrews Labor Government.
More Victorian children are benefitting from attending a kindergarten program in the year before school, according to new data released by the Andrews Labor Government.
Distinguished lawyer and advocate Liana Buchanan has been appointed as Victoria’s new Principal Commissioner for Children and Young People.
The Andrews Labor Government is investing in stronger and healthier communities through $1 million in Men’s Sheds grants.
The Andrews Labor Government and Kidsafe are working together to increase parents’ and carers’ awareness of the dangers of leaving children in parked cars with the No Exceptions, No Excuses campaign.
The Andrews Labor Government is updating Victoria’s adoption laws, with a review of the 30 year-old Adoption Act to be undertaken by the Victorian Law Reform Commission.