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Are you the Game Changer we're looking for?

Education Week will be a game changer

Excursions to the moon, teleporting between classes, face recognition roll call or a school without bell times or walls – the school of the future is only limited by your imagination. That is the message from the organisers of an exciting new challenge being launched today in the lead up to Education Week 2018. The inaugural Game Changer Challenge will showcase the theme of this year's Education Week, Today's schools – creating tomorrow's world, which highlights how NSW public schools are equipping young people with the skills and capabilities... Read more

Walk Safely to School Day - May 18

National Walk Safely to School Day is on Friday, 18 May. The idea is to encourage school children, their parents and carers to walk and commute safely to school and also promote road safety, health and fitness, public transport and the environment. The objectives of the day are: • To encourage parents and carers to walk to school with their children. • To promote the health benefits. of walking and create regular walking habits. • To help children develop vital road crossing skills and to ensure children hold an adult's hand when crossing the... Read more

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Paul Kelly Cup will go ahead Monday 5th March

The AFL Paul Kelly Cup will go ahead as planned on Monday 5th March - bus leaves 8.15am - please bring sports uniform, food, drink, hat, mouth guard.... Read more

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Theme: Today's schools – creating tomorrow's world

EdWeek 2018 - theme and dates announced

This year's Education Week will be held from Monday 6 August to Friday 10 August 2018 (Term 3, Week 3). The theme for Education Week is ‘Today's schools – creating tomorrow's world'. This theme communicates how NSW public schools are equipping young people with the skills and capabilities they need to thrive in a rapidly changing, globalised world. Video: Mark Scott announces theme for EdWeek 2018 You tube video: Read more