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Transitioning back to in-class learning

28 October, 2021

With NSW and Victoria emerging from lockdown, the Student Wellbeing Hub has updated its COVID-19 wellbeing resource page.


Students learn science from local Indigenous people

25 October, 2021

A new science initiative in 20 schools will connect the Western Australian Curriculum to Aboriginal knowledge.


Air quality insurance program for NSW schools

21 October, 2021

The NSW Government is providing $100 million to ensure that safe ventilation systems are in place for students returning to classroom learning.


How COVID-19 changed school psychology practices

19 October, 2021

A new study has highlighted the need to develop appropriate access to psychology services for students, with COVID-19 causing many changes to school operations.


Teacher shortages occurring across NSW

12 October, 2021

Teacher shortages are now already evident throughout NSW, according to the Independent Education Union (IEU).


HSC students permitted a 'study bubble'

08 October, 2021

NSW Health advice now allows HSC students to study at school with four of their peers, during the lead-up to their exams.


NSW schools to return to classrooms earlier

07 October, 2021

All NSW students will return to onsite lessons by 25 October, the NSW Government has announced.


Keeping special needs students connected

05 October, 2021

Two Sydney schools that cater for students with special learning needs are finding innovative ways to keep their students engaged during the lockdown.


Government allows 'friends bubble' for school children

27 September, 2021

As the NSW Government continues to relax COVID restrictions, children whose parents are fully vaccinated can now form a friends bubble.


Embedding consent education into the curriculum

21 September, 2021

A roundtable discussion is due to be held about how best to teach respectful relationships, sex and consent within schools.


New academy for Victorian teachers

14 September, 2021

An academy that will allow teachers to become recognised as statewide leaders in teaching excellence is a step closer for Victoria.


Priority COVID vaccines for teachers

10 September, 2021

Education staff have now been given priority access to vaccines at Qudos Bank Arena in Homebush.


National literacy strategy needed in Australia

09 September, 2021

One in five Australian children are behind in their language skills before they even start school, research shows.


Uninterrupted learning with nbn Enterprise Ethernet

08 September, 2021

To ensure that student learning remains uninterrupted, Vertel has installed nbn Enterprise Ethernet services for the Catholic Education Diocese of Wollongong.


Avoid early childhood education, say educators

24 August, 2021

Almost half of early childhood education and care professionals say they would not recommend pursuing a career in the sector.


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