June 2023 - Newsletter

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The Susan Ryan Family Engagement Award, now in its second year, continues to spotlight outstanding achievements in family engagement within government schools and communities across Australia.
We're already halfway through the year, and NAIDOC Week celebrations are in full swing across the nation. We'd love to hear about the ways your students and schools are celebrating our First Nations communities, so we can share and showcase these initiatives with others.
From athletes to aviators, scientists to spies. From the deep blue sea to the dark, black skies. Australia is full of girls who dare to do things differently. Adventurous girls. Girls with guts and spirit. Do you know what they are? They're FIERCE.
The Thriving Kids and Parents Schools Project aims to strengthen partnerships between schools and families by offering three FREE, interconnected Triple P – Positive Parenting seminars for parents.
The Australian Universities Accord Panel received over 300 submissions addressing challenges and opportunities in higher education. The consultative approach allowed stakeholders to contribute to the final report, which will be presented to the Minister for Education. The Higher Education Standards Panel Paper offers valuable insights and recommendations for improving education quality and standards.
Emotions greatly affect our educational and work experiences, shaping our growth. Join Michael Healy in an enlightening webinar to learn how to identify and respond to career-related emotions in your child, nurturing their emotional well-being for their future career path.
We are thrilled to extend an invitation to you from ACARA to share your thoughts on the proposed changes to the Australian Curriculum: Languages. Your feedback is highly valued, especially on the revisions for students learning Chinese as a Background/First Language (Years F-10 and Years 7-10), Classical Greek (Years 7-10), Latin (Years 7-10), and the Framework for Classical Languages (Years 7-10).
Australian Schools Plus is a national not-for-profit that believes all children have the right to equal opportunities in their education. They partner with schools in underserved communities to provide children and young people with those opportunities.
During NAIDOC week, Australian government schools acknowledge and pay tribute to the importance of the country's First Nations people and their culture.



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