|Wed Sep 09, 2015 @08:30 - 04:00PM|
Understanding and Assessing Creativity
|Fri Sep 18, 2015|
End Term 3
|Tue Oct 06, 2015|
Term 4 starts
|Tue Oct 13, 2015|
|Mon Oct 26, 2015 @08:30 - 04:30PM|
Learning Spaces: Possibilities, Practicalities and Pedagogy
|Thu Oct 29, 2015|
|Wed Nov 11, 2015|
|Thu Nov 12, 2015|
Retired Principals' lunch - 12 pm
|Thu Nov 12, 2015|
|Fri Nov 13, 2015|
Professional Learning Day
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The NSW Secondary Principals' Council is disappointed by the Murdoch Press in distracting public discourse regarding the focus of the film Gayby Baby. The film explores narratives around young people with same sex parents. The media attack facilitated ill-informed discussion in the public domain.
This highly acclaimed film shares the stories of children raised in same-sex families. Public education values embrace inclusion and diversity.
As educators we have a responsibility and pride in working with students to view the world through an understanding of diversity, respect, value and inclusivity. NSW schools accept and embrace the wider community in its entirety. We will progressively promote the acceptance of diversity within our school communities.
NSW Education Alliance Threatens Community Revolt Over Cuts
22nd November, 2012
The NSW Education Alliance put the Premier on notice that he faces a major political battle. ‘’We refuse to accept these cuts and today we told the Premier that we won’t back down. School communities across NSW will fight this decision until it is over-turned.’’ said Lila Mularczyk, the President of the NSW Secondary Principals Council.
The Alliance is astounded that the NSW Government seems determined to evade its legal and ethical responsibility to provide education of the highest
Ms Danielle Cronin, the Executive Director of the Council of Catholic School Parents in NSW, said any reduction in funding will affect the quality of theCatholic schools and how many parents could afford to choose them. ‘’I think it is a tragedy that education across the board would have the guts ripped out of it by a Government which has said that education is a State priority.’’ Ms Cronin said. ‘’We measure the quality of our community by the quality of the education we provide our young people and that will be grossly undermined in NSW.’’