The Bulletin 25 June 2020 Term 2 - Issue 9

Thursday, 25 June, 2020
Term: 
2
Issue: 
9

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News: 
Featured AISWA Professional Learning: 
DateEvent TitleCode
Jun 29 2020
Online Music Network Meeting
  • The Arts
12648
Jul 1 2020
Wandering Wednesday Webinar #4: bite-size HASS PL
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Science
  • STEM
12670
Jul 13 2020
Grammar in the Western Australian Curriculum: The Bricks
  • English
12674
Jul 14 2020
OrgView – Your Schools HR Digital Transformation FREE ONLINE WEBINAR
  • Administration
12651
Jul 15 2020
Wandering Wednesday Webinar #5: DIY Excursion Planning using Tech Tools
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • ICT Skills and Integration
  • Technologies
12671
Jul 27 2020
Sharp Reading: Decoding Strategy Instruction
  • Literacy
12658
Jul 28 2020
Sharp Reading: Comprehension Strategy Instruction
  • Literacy
12660
Jul 29 2020
Sharp Reading: ADVANCED Comprehension (Prerequisite: Comprehension Strategy Instruction Stage 3)
  • Literacy
12661
Jul 30 2020
Sharp Reading: Comprehension Strategy Instruction (Secondary)
  • Literacy
12659
Jul 31 2020
Sharp Reading: Struggling Older Readers and Seven Plus
  • Literacy
12662
Aug 24 2020
Youth Mental Health First Aid
  • Psychology and Wellbeing
  • Part 1 24th Aug 2020
  • Part 2 31st Aug 2020
12423
Sep 3 2020
Scaffolding Adolescent Literacy
  • Literacy
12675

School Drug Education and Road Aware (SDERA) – Keys4Life

Does your school implement the pre-driver training program Keys4Life?
All teachers registered to deliver Keys4Life are asked to update their work contact details before 30 June 2020 so they can access the new Keys4Life online portal and continue to order resources, issue Keys4Life certificates and receive important program updates. 
If you are teaching the Keys4Life program please click Here  to update your details.
If you prefer to update your details by phone or have any questions, please contact:
Road Safety and Drug Education
Statewide Services, Department of Education
t: 9402 6415
e: sdera.co@education.wa.edu.au

Professional Learning Survey for AISWA Teachers

A big thankyou to all teachers who have completed AISWA's Teaching & Learning Professional Learning survey. The response to date has been fantastic and the survey remains open for another week. Please take 10 minutes to share your thoughts and ideas which will provide valuable information and help inform our future PL planning.

CBCA Book Week merchandise order form

Take advantage of the WA Branch member discount, by ordering your CBCA Book Week merchandise using the WA branch merchandise order form, rather than ordering direct from the national eStore. Not only will you save money and take advantage of a 20% membership benefit, but you will also be supporting the WA Branch in its ongoing work. For more information and the order form please click Here 

Schools invited to apply for funding

Schools Plus grant applications open 20 July 
Schools Plus is a national organisation that provides funding to schools in disadvantaged communities. Since 2015, Schools Plus has funded over 700 projects, benefiting more than 230,000 students and 12,500 teachers.

Schools seeking funding for projects that improve learning outcomes can now apply to Schools Plus 2020 open round. Funding from $20,000 to $250,000 is available for individual and cluster schools. Submit a simple Expression of Interest (EOI) before 7 Sept to be matched with a donor.  For more information please click on Here 

Revised 2020 Nationally Consistent Collection of Data (NCCD) Guidelines

Please be aware of the amendments that have been made to the 2020 NCCD Guidelines due to COVID – 19. Please refer to the attached documents for details.  
c180 - 2020_nccd_guidelines.pdf

c180 - Revised_nccd_quick guide.pdf
Revised 2020 NCCD Guidelines Notice to Schools 1.pdf
If you have any further enquiries please contact your IE consultant - https://www.ais.wa.edu.au/ieconsultants

Tim Winton Award

Tim Winton Award is open to Western Australian school students in years one to twelve. Stories submitted must be an original piece of prose writing, no more than 2000 words in length. Entries must be the sole work of the entrant. Entries may be accepted from individuals or from teachers on behalf of their students. For more information please click Here