Alliances

BLUE LAB believes in the perfect triangle of education: educators, family and community. For that reason, BLUE LAB, in addition to maintaining close contact with the community, holds a number of partnerships with different organizations to ensure a comprehensive education for children.

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The Small Green Steps program has been designed to provide with all we need to embed sustainable practices across our service and meet the National Quality Framework environmental objectives. The service leads the program, creation an Action Plan, and provide to the educators with relevant documentation and resources. The service joins the 40 steps program and completes a checklist to earn a certificate for each level.

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BLUE LAB has an agreement with the software company EarlyWorks. It is not a simple application to publish photographs, EarlyWorks is a complete information system to manage the routine, curriculum and documentation for children and offer a direct involvement for parents in the children education. Families have direct access to the programs, routines, activities, documentation and assessments about their children, becoming active partners in the education of their children.

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As obesity tracks from childhood into adulthood, strategies which aim to prevent the onset of obesity are recommended by the World Health Organisation and are included in the health plans of jurisdictions across Australia. The feedAustralia program has been designed to support these strategies, with childhood obesity at the forefront of its thinking.


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BLUE LAB values Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures so is preparing its membership of Reconciliation WA to get support and resources to make a real difference with these communities.

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REAIE is the Australia reference appointed by Reggio Children to facilitate dialogue and the exchange of information between educators in our country and the city of Reggio Emilia.

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Scholastic has been bringing the best of children’s publishing to Australian children for over 45 years and is recognised as a market leader in children’s publishing.


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FDCWA members comprise of representatives fromseveral FDC services in WA. This organization is a member based not-for-profit organization that works on behalf of its members and the family day care community by providing professional support and promotion of family day care within Western Australia.


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Family Day Care Australia (FDCA), is the national peak body for family day care. Through collaborative national advocacy, a strong research evidence base, and high public visibility FDCA represents, supports, and promotes the sector in delivering quality outcomes for children.

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REmida brings a fresh view to waste materials, helping people to see the creative possibility in reuse. When you re-think these oddments, you discover they are one-of-a-kind! A mishmash of materials that nurture innovation, creativity, and communication.

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Sun exposure in childhood and adolescence greatly increases the chances of developing skin cancer later in life. The SunSmart Centres program aims to minimise exposure to UV radiation from the sun during early childhood development and encourage children to practise Sun protective behaviours themselves.


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Be You aims to transform Australia’s approach to supporting children’s and young people’s mental health in early learning services and schools, from early years to 18.