|Tue Jan 27, 2015|
School Development Day - Eastern
|Wed Jan 28, 2015|
Term 1 Starts - Eastern
|Tue Feb 03, 2015|
School Development Day - Western
|Wed Feb 04, 2015|
Term 1 Starts - Western
|Mon Feb 09, 2015|
|Thu Feb 19, 2015|
|Wed Mar 04, 2015|
|Thu Mar 05, 2015|
|Fri Mar 06, 2015|
Professional Learning Day
|Thu Mar 19, 2015|
Below are submissions/responses of the NSWSPC. Click on the title to download.
The paper contains the NSWSPC, NSWPPA and PSPF response to the DEC's proposed New Model of support to Schools
The paper contains detailed responses to all points raised in the NSW Government Discussion Paper
The paper has three sections:
This third submission responds to the recommendations of the research commissioned by the Funding Review in the four papers released for comment on 31 August 2011. At the outset, the NSWSPC commends the Review Committee for commissioning the research. Overall, the four reports effectively describe the current settings but the NSWSPC would not be balanced in its response if we did not note some disappointment with the level of analysis, the assumptions made and the conservative recommendations in a range of areas.
This second submission addresses the questions posed by the Funding Review in its emerging issues paper.
The submission is presented with recommendations in seven (7) areas:
NSW secondary schools, central schools and schools for special purposes are part of a government system delivering high quality, inclusive education and our natural loyalty is first and foremost to the government sector. We must continue to remind governments that they, and only they, have the obligation and the capacity to ensure that quality education is delivered as a universal entitlement of every Australian child.
This submission mainly refers to the development of My School and the current manner in which NAPLAN test results are currently reported on the My School website. It raises a number of issues in the following categories:
This paper was constructed after a meeting, held on 20th February, 2009, of all six secondary principals leading distance education services in NSW. In the afternoon the Principals welcomed the opportunity to ask questions provided by Kate English Manager Rural and Distance Education and Mike Tom Leader Rural and Distance Education.