- Inclusive Education13Dec 2021
The NCCD Evidence Fact Sheet - Now AvailableThe NCCD Evidence Fact Sheet seeks to provide guidance to non-government schools and school systems to make the school-wide NCCD administration as streamlined as possible, while ensuring that essential evidence is made available. It provides guidance on what is required, what is not required, and links to useful resources to assist schools to better understand and respond to the evidence requirements for the NCCD.
- Funding20Oct 2021
AISs and ISA Working to Ensure No School Receives Negative Funding GrowthThe Associations of Independent Schools across Australia and Independent Schools Australia (ISA) have been working with DESE and Minister Tudge’s office on a funding solution that will ensure no school receives negative growth in the move to the DMI model for school funding (so 0% growth) and that any school with fees less than $20,000 and growth of less than 2%, receives 2% growth a year. This request is in addition to the Choice and Affordability Funding where we have already been working with Transition Schools to put in some levels of assistance from 2022.
- General7Oct 2021
Australian Teacher Workforce Data (ATWD) Teacher Survey 2021Australian Teacher Workforce Data (ATWD) Teacher Survey 2021
- General5Oct 2021
Study shows high levels of public trust and value for Australian teachersAhead of World Teachers Day, new research from Monash University has found the role of teachers continues to be recognised as important and influential in developing students' social and emotional development - which became even more important during COVID-19 remote learning.
- Literacy20Aug 2021
ACER Article - Using quality mentor texts to explicitly teach students how to write narrativesFor the last couple of years, Ron Gorman, Deputy Director of AISWA, has been leading the Brightpath: Next Steps team by designing a series of resources that built upon the Brightpath reports and learning progressions. The results and response has been overwhelmingly positive.
ACER has taken notice and has published an article co-authored by Dr Sandy Heldsinger, Founder and Director of Brightpath Assessments, this article will be sent to 64,000 educators here in Australia and overseas.
- General17Jun 2021
National Report on Schooling in Australia 2019 ReleasedThe annual National Report on Schooling in Australia is published by ACARA on behalf of Australian education ministers.
- Health and Physical Education20Apr 2021
Teaching Australian Students that Respect MattersNew online resources are now available to help school students learn about safe, healthy and respectful relationships, including issues around consent and peer pressure.
- General23Mar 2021
Trends in Key Economic ParametersISA has released Trends in Key Economic Parameters.
- Health and Physical Education, School Psychology Service23Mar 2021
My Health in My HandsThe Child and Youth Health Network, Department of Health, in partnership with the project’s youth advisory team, are proud to launch My Health in My Hands, an animation that aims to support young people become more independent with their health care.
- Professional Learning25Feb 2021
AISWA 2021-2022 Services and Program GuideAISWA 2021-2022 Services and Program Guide
- STEM, Future Footprints25Feb 2021
Indigenous Girls STEM Mining and the Lands CampGirls STEM Mining and the Lands Camp – Applications closing 4th March
- Professional Learning, Health and Physical Education, School Psychology Service25Feb 2021
SDERA – Wraparound Professional Learning ProgramSDERA – Wraparound Professional Learning Program
- School Psychology Service12Feb 2021
Smiling Mind Regional and Rural Schools ProgramSmiling Mind - Mental Health
- General, School Psychology Service6Feb 2021
Students and MasksCoping with masks
- School Psychology Service3Feb 2021
Bushfire Recovery ResponseMental health resources for bushfire recovery
- General1Feb 2021
COVID-19 Update - School Closures from 1 February 2021All schools in the Perth, Peel, and South West of Western Australia will be closed from Monday, 1st February, as part of the five-day lockdown restrictions for these areas. South West is defined as those schools within the South West Development Commission Region.
Schools in all other areas will return on Monday, 1st February as planned.
- Registration and Compliance8Dec 2020
Work Health and Safety Reform Video 3/12/2020
- School Psychology Service30Nov 2020
headspace Schools - Support over the School HolidaysMental health support for students and staff during the school holidays
- Digital Privacy, Safety and Security13Nov 2020
New eSafety Commissioner Webinar SeriesNew eSafety Commissioner Webinar Series
- School Psychology Service12Oct 2020
WA Mental Health Week 2020Mental Health Week is a national week celebrated each year in October kicking off with World Mental Health Day on October 10.
- General, Funding7Oct 2020
2020-21 Federal Budget SummaryFollowing the release of the 2020-21 Federal Budget, a summary for schools has been provided by Independent Schools Australia (ISA).
- School Psychology Service15Sep 2020
2020 Leavers - Event for ParentsSchool leavers’ parents to get help navigating celebrations
- School Psychology Service28Jul 2020
Commissioner for Children and Young People Releases Report on WA Kids’ COVID-19 ExperienceCommissioner for Children and Young People Releases report on WA Kids’ COVID-19 Experience
- Inclusive Education23Jul 2020
Important: Upgrading of Mandatory Reporting Information SystemsThe Department of Communities is upgrading the Mandatory Reporting Information System. The new system will come online and be available for use from 12:00pm on Saturday 25th July 2020.
- General23Jul 2020
Extension of JobKeeper PaymentThe Government is extending the JobKeeper Payment by a further six months to March 2021. Support will be targeted to businesses and not-for-profits that continue to be significantly impacted by the Coronavirus. The payment rate will be reduced and a lower payment rate will be introduced for those who work fewer hours. Other eligibility rules remain unchanged. Read more...