Guest Speakers

At Community Children we value the opportunity to bring parents and educators together.

 

Our Guest Speaker program provides members of our community with the opportunity to come together and hear from a range of experts. Topics covered vary, and may include early childhood education, parenting, childhood health, safety and wellbeing and more.

 

Upcoming Events

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Now taking bookings!

August 2016

 

Sue Dengate Presents: ‘Fed up with Childrens Behavior’ 

 

Our food has changed drastically over the last 30 years, and so have food-related problems. 

 

Additives are now used in healthy foods such as bread, butter, yoghurt, juice or muesli bars as well as in junk food. About 50 additives have been shown to affect health, behaviour and learning in children and adults. For more information about Sue Dengate please visit www.fedup.com.au

Wyndham Vale

30 August 2016
7.00 – 9.00pm

Where:  Community Children, 1 Storkbill Rd Wyndham Vale Victoria 3024.

Cost:  $5 for public, free for families at Community Children.

Parking on-site and in street. Child care can be provided at Community Children for free but please book.

To register please contact Glenda: Call 03 9731 1222 or email: glenda@communitychildren.com.au

Download the brochure for the Wyndham Vale event

Essendon (including Moonee Ponds)

31 August 2016
7.00 – 9.00pm

Where:  Community Children, 50 Cooper St, Essendon.

Cost:  $5 for public, free for families at Community Children.

Parking on-site and in street. Child care can be provided at Community Children for free but please book.

To register please contact Sandra:  Call 03 9337 6634 or email: sandra@communitychildren.com.au

Download the brochure for the Essendon/Moonee Ponds event

Past Guest Speakers

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September 2015

 

Sue Dengate Presents: ‘Fed up with Childrens Behavior’ 

 

Our food has changed drastically over the last 30 years, and so have food-related problems. 

 

Additives are now used in healthy foods such as bread, butter, yoghurt, juice or muesli bars as well as in junk food. About 50 additives have been shown to affect health, behaviour and learning in children and adults.

 

Download the brochure
www.fedup.com.au

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July 2013

 

Melbourne’s Super Nanny

 

Guiding children towards positive behaviour’ presented by Heather Barnes.

 

Heather Barnes delivers professional learning sessions for the Department of Education Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) – funded Professional Support Coordinators in many states and territories as well as keynote addresses and training for other organisations in the early childhood sector.

 

Download the Brochure

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June 2011

 

Miriam Raleigh from Child Nutrition presented: ‘fussy eaters’

 

Miriam Raleigh is a Registered Dietitian who specialises in helping children and their families with different nutritional concerns.

 

www.childnutrition.com.au