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National Reconciliation Week 2019 – Grounded in Truth: Walk Together with Courage

National Reconciliation Week 2019: Monday 27 May – Monday 3 June

At the heart of reconciliation is the relationship between the broader Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. To f...

2019 AITSL Stakeholder Survey

Have your say

Evidence, collaboration and consultation is at the heart of AITSL’s work to support and promote excellence in teaching and school leadership.

A key part of this is the 2019 AITSL Stakeholder Survey. By having your say in this confidential survey, you can help guide AITSL’s work to benefit the teaching profes...

Cattle and Sheep Farming today – virtual classrooms

About the Virtual Classroom

Meat and Livestock Australia’s virtual classroom Cattle and Sheep Farming today gives your K-6 students an exciting and engaging oppor...

2019 WriteOn Competition

WriteOn is an annual writing competition open to all NSW primary students in Years 1 to 6. Students are encouraged to create an imaginative text in response to this year's stimulus image.

    The image can be used as a wh...

What can I claim this Tax Time? ATO information for teachers.

While we all like getting something back on our tax return, no-one likes spending all day filling it out, or having to worry about making mistakes. That’s why the ATO is making completing your tax return as simple as possible, by creating a range of resources specific to different occupations. We are hoping that you will find some of the products below useful and will be able to share them with ...

NSW Minister’s and Secretary’s Awards for Excellence

Applications for the 2019 Minister’s and Secretary’s Awards for Excellence are now open Through the NSW Minister’s and Secretary’s Awards for Excellence, we thank our teachers, leaders, support staff and parents for making a difference to the lives of students across the state.  Together with the NSW Department of Education, the Public Education manages awards that acknowledge excellen...

SYDNEY WRITERS’ FESTIVAL STUDENT SESSIONS

  NESA is once again collaborating with the Sydney Writers' Festival to present the 2019 Student Sessions program. This year's line-up is led by acclaimed writers, award-winning artists, respected social commentators and thought-leaders. Linked to the NSW school curriculum, the sessions will stimulate and engage students with ideas outside the traditional clas...

APTA News in Brief – March 2019

  Welcome to the first APTA News in Brief for 2019! Professional Teacher Associations across the country have been busy reviewing the...

PTC NSW Professional Learning Calendar Semester 1, 2019

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 wider audience via the PTC NSW Professional learning calendar. Associations are invited to submit their upcoming events or activities to the PTC NSW secretariat. The information is compiled into a comprehensive Professional Learning calendar ac...

Association NSW Curriculum Review Submissions

The EBE,TEA and CAA Submission links below:- Careers Advisers Association of NSW and ACT EBE NSW Submission - 2018 NSW Curriculum...

Citizen Science – Urban Microclimate Project during February and March 2019

In a collaboration between RMIT and the University of New South Wales, the Citizen Science Project mobilises a league of enthusiastic citizen scientists to assist Australia’s leading Universities and scientific organisations with their research. Project aim This project aim to educate citizens about the factors influencing outdoor microclimate, assisting them in understandin...

Capturing Nature – Australian Museum exhibition

A unique exhibition showcasing early photography at the Australian Museum between 1857 – 1893. Exhibition opens 16 February 2019. Never-before-seen images dating from 1857 to 1893 have been printed from the Australian Museum’s collection of glass plate negatives and are Australia’s earliest natural history photographs. Sitting at the nexus of science and art, they tell both the story o...