As if raising children wasn’t already expensive enough, parents are forking out more than $10,000 a year to pay for their kids’ extracurricular activities.
The state borders are still closed, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a great October school holidays.
Keep Australia Beautiful WA Clean Schools is offering West Australian schools free student-designed custom-made stickers for school bins to keep rubbish under control
A Cancer Council WA study on fast food advertising around WA student transport hubs has revealed children in lower-socio economic status schools face a higher volume of unhealthy ads.
Telethon Kids Institute is focussing on how children’s relationships with animals impacts their physical activity, health and development by encouraging them to play with and walk the family dog.
Go play on the ice, see a movie, see a show, make a puppet during the school holidays.
Skating At ice rink boasts a strong trio: its signature ice rink, delicious food trucks and a bar for parents to enjoy a drink while kids skate under the watch of ice marshals.
Tomorrow's edition of School's Out is packed with ideas for the April holidays. You’ll find fun things to do and make, Easter festivities and ways to mark Anzac Day.
West Australian grain feeds people across the globe and is a valuable industry for our State.
Animated Aussie show about a six-year-old blue heeler puppy has been given the go-ahead for another 52 episodes.
Are allergic kids safe at school?
ED! liftout returns today and this year celebrates 25 years of educating and entertaining West Australian school children.
Seven tips to give kids the best start to the new school year
A twelve-year-old boy finds mythical sword Excalibur in The Kid Who Would Be King
Science lover is helping to find new ways to prevent, treat and cure childhood disease.
Pump tracks are perfect for everyone from children to mountain bikers in training.
Running out of ideas to entertain the kids these holidays? A world possibilities await.
WA’s brightest Year 12 students revealed in annual award list
Year 10 St Norbert College student Lilli McAuliffe has represented WA in several national callisthenics championships, the most recent this year at the Canberra Theatre in July.
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