Picnic Point Public School is a government school situated on the banks of the Georges River in Sydney’s South-West, New South Wales. The school has an enrolment of 401 students, ranging from Kindergarten to Grade 6 with 49 per cent of students having a language background other than English, bringing 22 different languages to the school.
Principals Australia Institute (PAI) has launched the John Laing Professional Development Awards for 2018, which aims to celebrate outstanding school leaders.
The Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) has released a new report that details a rapid rise in online enrolments for initial teacher education (ITE) courses in Australia.
The Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL) is the largest independent professional association for education in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. CEO Aasha Murthy says ACEL has around 7000 members and a growing network of about 50,000 people who engage with the association, attending events or purchasing resources. Read more
Early years teacher Rachael Richardson found personal and professional fulfilment through Graduate Research at Monash Education. Read more
Technology has fundamentally changed how today’s students learn about and interact with the world; even changing how their brains develop, think and focus. If that’s not enough, the world is also changing and we need to be confidently prepared for the increasingly global, competitive and vastly different digital world of tomorrow. How does one keep up? Read more