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Playful parts reinvigorating outdoor play

There are few joys like the pleasure experienced by a child running in the rain, gleefully making mud pies, or …
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Targeted COVID-19 support for international students

The NSW Government is urging international students to come forward and get vaccinated, with a reminder they do not need …
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New pathway for senior secondary students

Victorian students will soon have more senior secondary options to get a great education no matter what their post-school goals, …
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The time for play is now

“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity” – Kay Redfield …
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Here comes the sun

Sure, The Beatles were the ones to bring the sun to our airwaves but when it comes to boosting student …
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Significance of First Nations curriculum

Professor Mark Rose, Deakin University’s Pro Vice-Chancellor, Indigenous Strategy and Innovation, is the Chair of ACARA’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait …
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New kindergarten to Year 2 curriculum released for NSW

Teachers, parents and the broader community are being asked to help shape the new English and Maths syllabuses for kindergarten …

Creating the the right environment for staff and students to thrive

Ros Curtis, Principal of St Margaret’s Anglican school in Brisbane, speaks to Education Matters about how the school’s philosophy helps …

Road safety begins with the next generation

According to statistics from Transport Accident Commission (TAC), road crashes continue to be the leading cause of death for young …
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