The Association of Independent Schools of NSW (AISNSW) will assist up to 50 schools in mental health risk areas to engage more counsellors to improve student wellbeing. Read more
Innovations in education made by schools and teachers while students were learning from home during the pandemic are being collected by the New South Wales Government to retain any improvements. Read more
Students across NSW will be back in the classroom full-time from next Monday, 25 May. Read more
Under a program created and funded by the Association of Independent Schools NSW (AISNSW), an independent evaluation has found that Indigenous students involved have achieved improved levels of literacy and numeracy.
In the small regional town of Menindee, in NSW’s far west, Menindee Central School seeks to engage parents and members of the community about its students’ progress and achievements.
As the new school year begins, the NSW Government is taking precautionary measures to prevent further spread of the coronavirus, urging students who have visited China in the last two weeks not to attend school or childcare services until 14 days after their departure from the country.