Discretionary Hours Increase. August 3, 2021. The Ministry of Education has
Death and injury prevention is a serious matter in early childhood care and education. Every parent has a right to expect their child will come home alive and not suffer preventable injuries.
The Ministry of Education holds responsibility for making sure services do not operate in ways that result in harm to a child. But the ministry operates a high trust model. This means that it’s often not until a child dies or is hurt that problems come to light.
At the OECE, we work to raise public awareness about death and injury prevention. We will continue to talk about and investigate safety issues.
Safer Eating in Early Childhood Centres. December 8, 2020. “Not allowing children’s lives to be endangered through the provision of food they can easily choke
The article provides a perspective on issues of compliance, monitoring, and parent right to know. Please note that the following is opinion and is a
Review of the Ministry of Education is Needed. The most basic expectation every parent has when using an early childhood service is that their child
Ministry of Education monitoring ECE Services. Opinion article. By Dr Sarah Alexander. July 25, 2018. The names of early childhood education services breaching minimum standards