We strive to be informed, articulate and forward thinking in identifying and responding to issues and matters relating to playgroup. We embrace changes in the way parents live and work, and work to represent family interests to sustain the playgroup movement.
We recognise that play and playgroup are important for children, their caregivers and their communities. We are committed to raising the value of play and playgroup with governments and other stakeholders to ensure that playgroup continues to be available to all Australian children and families.
“My friends and I met at playgroup about 23 years ago and we are still getting together for dinner every six weeks.” Playgroup parent
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