It's 9am on Friday and four-year-old Nicholas has bowled up to class in Leichhardt's Italian Forum, he's sheepishly holding a piece of paper in his hand. It's his homework, he says, as he presents it to his "school readiness" teacher, Violeta Dimeska.
Every morning as she opens her eyes, Hafsa Nimrah Qaseem sees her son Sufiyaan's smiling face.
My son has a large birthmark on his neck. It's chestnut-brown, and I like to describe it as the approximate shape of South America.
Mike Baird acts on preschool fees.
A Canadian mother's genius hack for teaching kids how to tie their shoelaces is going viral.
Imogen Lewis recommends you "worship" the syllabus to get great marks in Legal Studies.
The Auditor-General says the government has hoarded hundreds of millions in funding budgeted for the early childhood sector, while high fees keep many families from sending their kids to childcare or preschool.
Now, please understand that the bulk of the time, I do pay attention to these people.
Many consider the five cent coin irrelevant and useless. But the little coin is making a big difference.
My five-year-old was called "ugly" for the first time, and I can see she is still harbouring negative feelings about it.
A mother whose child attends the vacation care centre that saw two children allegedly abducted and sexually assaulted last week has appealed for an end to the blame game aimed at parents behind the community venue.