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  • Spread the word about Share Our Space

    The Share Our Space program is one way NSW Department of Education’s public schools help encourage and support physical activity and ongoing engagement across communities during school holidays. Through Share Our Space, families, and young people can access the outdoor areas for recreation at the many participating schools during the school holidays. Families can also register to attend one of ...
  • Financial support available for school leavers

    For some students school, the beginning of Term 4 signifies the end of school..If you are the parent or carer of a young person who is leaving school, here is some handy info about financial support for young people who are studying, undertaking an apprenticeship, or looking for work.
  • Code Read- Dsylexia Network Resources

    Code Read has great resources available for parents, from tips to help your child in their reading to advice on how to work with your child's teacher. We've added a link to our Tips and Tricks page. Check out the page for lots of great resources for all kinds of families.
  • Pay Rise set to tacke Teacher Shortages

    Teachers in NSW are about to become the best paid in the country with a pay rise for NSW’s 95 000 teachers set to tackle the teacher shortage crisis. Salaries will increase across the board, and the pay scale will be restructured to ensure a more rapid progression. Deputy Premier and Minister for Education and Early Learning, Prue Car, said “I am so proud that today we are able to give the teachers ...

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