The Bulletin 25 May 2017 Term 2 - Issue 6

Thursday, 25 May, 2017

AISWA Professional Learning and other educational events, news and information

Latest AISWA News
Featured AISWA Professional Learning


The 2017 Working with Children workshop will help confirm what you do know about the WWC Check and also identify what you don’t know. Attend a free workshop about the WWC Check and learn more about WWC Checks, your responsibilities and child-safeguarding practices.

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TODAY'S STUDENTS - TOMORROW'S INNOVATORS | PRESENTED BY PROFESSOR SUGATA MITRA & MARK OSBORNE | Wednesday 14th June 2017 | 9:00 am – 1:30 pm | Location: Bendat Basketball Centre 201 Underwood Ave FLOREAT.

In an ever-changing world, how can we future-proof students to become 21st Century thinkers and Self-directed Learners?

This exciting professional learning event, hosted by Woodthorpe School, brings together two highly regarded and future-focussed speakers to offer their insight into the rapidly changing learning environment of the students. They will highlight the importance of acquiring lifelong learning skills while at school, and will offer intelligent solutions to future-proofing our students for jobs and careers that don’t yet exist.

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The Commissioner for Children and Young People’s office is turning 10! | Registrations Close on 23 June, 2017

To celebrate this milestone the Commissioner is inviting Year 4 students across WA to tell him what it means to be 10 years old and living in WA, using art and words. Expressions of Interest are now open for teachers to register their Year 4 class in this fun and unique consultation, to be held in Term 3. 

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2017 PACIFIC RIM INTERNATIONAL STUDENT CAMP, JAPAN | Monday 7 August 2017 to Tuesday 22 August 2017.

ISCA has received an invitation to nominate a male student between 14 and 17 years of age (as of 1 August 2017) to attend the 2017 Pacific Rim International Student Camp (PRIC). PRIC is a scholarship camp program that is held annually to provide a forum of international exchange for youths of the Pacific Rim region. Students who meet the criteria can apply by writing an essay and providing supporting documentation.

For General Information Please click here  to view or Download the Application form Please click here