All posts by Craig D'Arcy

Craig d’Arcy is currently the Coordinator of a small community preschool in Northern NSW, Australia. Craig has a wide range of experience in the early childhood field, working in a diverse variety of positions with children and families. Craig’s previous work roles include; Early Childhood Director / Teacher, Lecturer at University and TAFE in early childhood studies, Inclusion Support facilitator, Engaging Fathers Project community worker and casework consultant for children with disabilities. In addition, he is also the Australian member of the leadership team for the World Forum on Care and Education project – Men in Early Childhood Education. He is the facilitator of the National Males in Early Childhood Network, which he established in 2002. Craig’s most important job is being a husband and dad to his 6 children.

Blokes can do it as well

It is essential for children to have both men and women working together in their care and education. Men have something to offer that is different to what females have to offer. Both men and women together can make fundamental contributions to the care and education of young children. However, there is still a long […]

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