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Motivated Teaching Program (MTP)

The Motivated Teaching Program delivers learning with collaborative solutions to improve school culture, inform annual planning and raise teacher motivation. The MTP provides a voice for teachers in schools across NSW to express their issues, constraints and provides solutions for Executive to address them. A win win! Read more

Australian Writing Survey – NESA

Australian Writing Survey-NESA

PTC NSW: CAL Publishing and Copyright Information Session

PTC NSW is organising an essential ‘Copyright Agency Limited’ session for member associations on Wednesday 27 September, 5.30pm – 7.00pm   Session presenter is Rosanna Arciuli, Manager – Member ...

Casual Teachers

The Professional Teachers' Council NSW supports casual teachers across NSW via the Professional Casual Teachers Association (PCTA). All casual teachers from January 2018 will be required to attend accredited courses to maintain accreditation. The PCTA is in a unique position to assist casual teachers with finding and attending quality professional learning via ...

PTCONNECT

PTCONNECT is a conference App with a difference! Our conference App not only runs across your conference period but is valid for 12 months! That's 12 months of access to all of the delegates! Having such access is a wonderful way for associations to send out information on up coming events; membership messages on either retention or attraction; value to members and so on..... To find out ...

PTC NSW Professional Learning Calendar Semester 2, 2017

Click on the link below to download the PTC NSW Professional Learning Calendar, Semester 2, 2017. PTC NSW 2017 PL calendar As part of PTC NSW membership, associations have an excellent opportunity to showcase their PL events by advertising to all schools in NSW, as well as a ...

Associations Forum National Conference

PTCNSW has secured a special offer for all its member to attend the Associations Forum National Conference, to be held on 17 & 18 July at the newly opened International Convention Centre, Sydney.   Read more

Accreditation for EVERY teacher – 2018! Yes that includes you!

From 1 January 2018, every teacher in NSW needs to be accredited to teach in a school or early childhood service. Accreditation guides your ongoing development as a teacher in line with quality standards. It involves a simple step by step process. Source: 

Year 10 to 12 Student Guides

A guide for Year 10, 11 and 12 students

  • Year 10 and 11 grades
  • HSC subject selection
  • Study resources
  • Getting results
  • Leaving school
View Student Guide

New HSC syllabuses released

NESA have released new Stage 6 syllabuses for English, Mathematics, Science and History for familiarisation, planning and implementation in Year 11 from 2018. The syllabuses are accompanied by new requirements for school-based assessment. Also available are course guides for the new syllabuses to assist teachers in planning and im...

So where did BOSTES go?

NEW EDUCATION STANDARDS AUTHORITY FOR NSW

A new education authority, commenced in January 2017, will focus on supporting quality teaching and learning to improve results for every student in every NSW classroom. The NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) will build upon the work of the Board of Studies, Teaching and Education Standards (BOSTES). NESA wil...