The Bulletin 14 November 2019 Term 4 - Issue 6

Thursday, 14 November, 2019
Term: 
4
Issue: 
6

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Nov 18 2019
General Human Biology Exploration
  • Science
12412
Nov 20 2019
Promoting Languages: a whole school approach
  • Languages
12443
Jan 28 2020
Gatekeeper Suicide Prevention Training
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 28th - 29th Jan 2020
  • Part 2 29th Jan 2020
12418
Feb 17 2020
Sharp Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction(BUSSELTON) Open to Cornerstone School only
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 17th Feb 2020
  • Part 2 18th Feb 2020
12453
Feb 17 2020
Sharp Reading: Decoding Strategy Instruction(BUSSELTON) Open to Conerstone school only
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 17th Feb 2020
  • Part 2 18th Feb 2020
12452
Feb 24 2020
Sharp Reading: Decoding Strategy Instruction(Margaret River)
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 24th Feb 2020
  • Part 2 25th Feb 2020
12458
Feb 24 2020
Sharp Reading Comprehension Strategy Instruction(Margaret River)
  • Literacy
  • Part 1 24th Feb 2020
  • Part 2 25th Feb 2020
12457
Mar 17 2020
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 17th Mar 2020
  • Part 2 24th Mar 2020
12421
May 20 2020
Mental Health First Aid for Non Suicidal Self-Injury
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
12426

AISWA Services Survey | Closing date for the link has been extended until Friday 15 November.

As part of the Association of Independent Schools of Western Australia's (AISWA) pursuit of continual improvement and best practice, the AISWA Board wishes to obtain research informed views and insights regarding the current services provided as well as possible areas that should be considered for future strategies. To gain feedback, members and other persons who have utilised or been involved with AISWA's services will be invited to complete an online questionnaire. For more information, please click Here

Have your say about cyber-bullying in Western Australia

Parents, teachers and school children have been invited to have their say about the growing issue of cyber-bullying. The Commissioner for Victims of Crime wants to know how you feel about the issue and whether you or someone you know has been affected by it. Edith Cowan University is running the free, anonymous online survey. The survey is designed to be completed at home, not during school time. Anyone aged 13 years and older, who lives in Western Australia can take part and it should take between 10 and 15 minutes to fill in.
To have your say and share your experiences, please click on the following link: Here 
The survey will be open from 15 November 2019 to 13 December 2019.
If you have any queries about the survey please email CVOC@justice.wa.gov.au.