experienced the KU Difference.
provided early education and care services directly to children and families.
helped us make the KU Difference for Australian children.
formed the foundational basis of KU’s constitutional and governance status.
families increased their child’s engagement with the community through KU Family Programs.
total dollars invested in socially impactful programs.
children with additional needs were included in KU services assisted by KU’s Education Support Team.
hours of early intervention and allied health services delivered.
children from refugee and new migrant families were welcomed to Australia through childcare in KU’s Adult Migrant English Program (AMEP) services.
early childhood education services were supported by KU Inclusion Agency staff.
funding applications were assessed by KU’s Inclusion Development Fund Manager team.
research projects that KU participated in.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children accessed early childhood education through KU services.
KU centres continued their reconciliation journey through the ongoing development of RAPs.
early childhood education University and TAFE students supported through KU’s student awards and professional learning sponsorships.
educators and support staff furthered their professional development through KU’s Professional Learning Programs.
professional learning sessions were delivered for educators and staff nationally.
of our services operated continuously throughout COVID-19
FAQ/fact sheets issued for staff and families
Professional Learning sessions delivered online
office-based staff enabled to work from home
pieces of COVID-19 equipment issued