Articles mentioning: children’s week 2019

Go for 2&5 Children’s Week Puppet Play Day – Cockburn

Celebrate Children’s Week at a free Hand Puppet making workshop provided by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre at Meerilinga Children and Family Centre Cockburn. This will be a great hands-on activity to be enjoyed by children and families and will be free-flow workshop in which children get to take home their puppet as a memento. […]

Go for 2&5 Children’s Week Puppet Play Day – Woodvale

Celebrate Children’s Week at a free Hand Puppet making workshop provided by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre at Meerilinga Children and Family Centre Woodvale . This will be a great hands-on activity to be enjoyed by children and families and will be free-flow workshop in which children get to take home their puppet as a […]

Creating Inclusive Environments for Learning: Free Children’s Week Seminar

Join us the 23 October 2019 to find out how to create inclusive environments for learning in this free Children’s Week seminar for Education Professionals. This Children’s Week seminar celebrates the 2019 theme, highlighting a Child’s Right to be Healthy, Safe & Happy in early childhood educational settings. As Educators, we often experience fantastic diversity […]

Go for 2&5 Children’s Week Puppet Play Day – Beechboro

Celebrate Children’s Week at a free Hand Puppet making workshop provided by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre at Meerilinga Children and Family Centre Beechboro. This will be a great hands-on activity to be enjoyed by children and families and will be free-flow workshop in which children get to take home their puppet as a memento. […]

Go for 2&5 Children’s Week Puppet Play Day – High Wycombe

Celebrate Children’s Week at a free Hand Puppet making workshop provided by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre at Meerilinga Children and Family Centre High Wycombe. This will be a great hands-on activity to be enjoyed by children and families and will be free-flow workshop in which children get to take home their puppet as a […]

Go for 2&5 Children’s Week Puppet Play Day – Bullsbrook

Celebrate Children’s Week at a free Hand Puppet making workshop provided by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre at Ethel Warren Community Centre in Bullsbrook. This will be a great hands-on activity to be enjoyed by children and families and will be free-flow workshop in which children get to take home their puppet as a memento. […]

Go for 2&5 Children’s Week Puppet Play Day – Kingsley

Celebrate Children’s Week at a free Hand Puppet making workshop provided by the Spare Parts Puppet Theatre at Meerilinga Children and Family Centre Kingsley. This will be a great hands-on activity to be enjoyed by children and families and will be free-flow workshop in which children get to take home their puppet as a memento. […]

Go for 2& 5 Children’s Week Family Fun Day at Whiteman Park

Children’s Week Family Fun Day Celebrate  Play   Discover This year’s event will be jam packed full of FREE, fun activities for the whole family. Bring a healthy picnic and enjoy the outdoors with your family. A Poster with Map will be added at a later date. What’s On Conquer the Climbing Wall Get lost […]

Children’s Week at the WA Shipwrecks Museum

Join us for Children’s Week at the WA Shipwrecks Museum. Bring the whole family down for a special day, discovering some of oldest known shipwrecks of Western Australia. Visit the photographic exhibition As Eye See It, featuring images taken by West Australian young people living in care.  Participants were given a camera and encouraged to […]

History of Child Rights

Children’s Rights Long and ever evolving is the History of Child Rights. This Children’s Week, we explore this history.  The need for change Children, like adults, have basic human rights. However, prior to the early twenty-first century, there were no legal safeguards to protect them. Children often worked alongside adults in dangerous, unsanitary and unethical conditions. […]

2019 Children’s Week Grants now OPEN!

Tuesday, 9 July 2019 (West Leederville, Western Australia) – Applications for the 2019 Children’s Week Community Grants are now open. The grants of up to $1,000 are available to not-for-profit community groups and local governments to host events in remote, regional and metropolitan Western Australia. The aim of the grants is to provide West Australian’s […]