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Thank you for registering! This event is for early childhood services who are interested in registering to become a KidsMatter early childhood service. If you are seeking information about what KidsMatter is all about then please send us an email enquiry. So let's check. Are you ... 1) Ready? - by exploring introductory KidsMatter information. Do this read this blog post: 3 Steps to Get Started with KidsMatter Or spend 15 minutes watching 2 videos. View them here. Then make sure you’ve chatted with your educators about KidsMatter 2) Set? - gather a few from your team, mob, crew, squad or posse. Anyone with an interest in wellbeing, curriculum design or continuous quality improvement. Register as a participating service and then… 3) Go together - with your team to a Getting Started - Ready, set, go KidsMatter! event. To join the event: Click the link below. Then enter the meeting password and email address you registered with. Link to join: https://goo.gl/HYY71t Meeting password: km2017 See you there! Please note: *You will be able to access the meeting space 30 minutes prior to start time, and support connecting will be available from then too. *We will be meeting using WebEx videoconferencing. If you have not connected in this way before please contact to discuss what needs to be done to access. Do you have any further questions? Send us an email: kidsmatter@earlychildhood.org.au

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Thank you for registering! This event is for early childhood services who are interested in registering to become a KidsMatter early childhood service. If you are seeking information about what KidsMatter is all about then please send us an email enquiry. So let's check. Are you ... 1) Ready? - by exploring introductory KidsMatter information. Do this read this blog post: 3 Steps to Get Started with KidsMatter Or spend 15 minutes watching 2 videos. View them here. Then make sure you’ve chatted with your educators about KidsMatter 2) Set? - gather a few from your team, mob, crew, squad or posse. Anyone with an interest in wellbeing, curriculum design or continuous quality improvement. Register as a participating service and then… 3) Go together - with your team to a Getting Started - Ready, set, go KidsMatter! event. To join the event: Click the link below. Then enter the meeting password and email address you registered with. Link to join: https://goo.gl/HYY71t Meeting password: km2017 See you there! Please note: *You will be able to access the meeting space 30 minutes prior to start time, and support connecting will be available from then too. *We will be meeting using WebEx videoconferencing. If you have not connected in this way before please contact to discuss what needs to be done to access. Do you have any further questions? Send us an email: kidsmatter@earlychildhood.org.au
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Did you know that your KidsMatter professional learning will be well underway after this experience?

Your plans for sharing it across your workplace will be too!

So gather a few from your team, mob, crew, squad or posse — anyone with an interest in wellbeing, curriculum design or continuous quality improvement in early childhood, and join Glenda online to get KidsMatter started at your place.

Once you have secured your team’s ticket keep an eye out for us in your inbox. We will send you a few extra details to assist your team in making the most of the time you spend with Glenda online.

Thanks for your commitment to growing healthy minds!


Host: Glenda Grummet

Glenda has a wide range of experience working with children, adults, families and educators in mainstream, early intervention and disability services. She continues to build the skill capacity of early childhood educators, help understanding the impact of relationships on early brain development and the link with mental health and wellbeing of children, families and educators.

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