Monthly Archives: October 2019

2019
31/10

2018-19 Annual Report

Today the Minister for Education and Training tabled the Department’s 2018-19 Annual Report. The Annual Report details the achievements from across the Department’s broad range of services and activities.   To view the Annual Report go to https://www.education.tas.gov.au/about-us/our-department/plans-reports-statistics/

2019
30/10

Teachers Registration Amendment Bill 2019 tabled in Parliament

The Teachers Registration Amendment Bill 2019 has been tabled in Parliament. In September 2019 the Department of Education ran a consultation process on a draft Bill. The Department received five submissions that have been published in accordance with Government Policy.  To view the submissions please visit – https://www.education.tas.gov.au/about-us/legislation/teachers-registration-act The final Bill has been tabled and…

2019
29/10

Learning in Families Together (LIFT) Re-Launch

This week it was announced that the successful LIFT Initiative will not only continue to be delivered but will now be extended to a further 29 schools – this means 109 schools will receive targeted support through the relaunch of the initiative. LIFT commenced in schools at the beginning of 2016 with a purpose of…

2019
28/10

Teach, Learn, Live Tasmania

Teachers make a difference every single day and we want to attract the best and brightest to work in our schools to ensure Tasmania has a job ready generation of young people with the skills to succeed in life There has  been an exceptional response to our latest teacher recruitment drive, with a large number of…

2019
21/10

Educational Adjustments – disability funding, meeting learner needs

In 2020 a new nation leading disability funding approach will be rolled out across Tasmanian Government schools. Educational Adjustments – disability funding, meeting learner needs will make a huge difference for our students by aligning resourcing to individual need. Approximately 2,000 additional students will now be supported under the new model, and it will also…

2019
17/10

Tasmanian students have a say in their wellbeing

The Government has released the data from the Student Wellbeing Survey that Tasmanian government school students completed during Term 3 2019 with a total of 95 per cent of Tasmanian students reporting they have a good relationship and support from their teachers. For the first time in Tasmanian Government Schools we have a shared understanding…