Monthly Archives: May 2020

2020
29/5

Mid-Year Reporting for Prep to Year 10

It is important that teachers maintain communication with parents and carers on their children’s progress and wellbeing. It is normally a requirement for Commonwealth funding that schools report twice a year providing A-E ratings. Due to the disruption caused by COVID-19 the Commonwealth has advised that there will be flexibility for 2020 Mid-year reporting. The…

2020
29/5

Staff Profile: Laura Love, School Psychologist

Laura has worked for the Department for seven “wonderful” years as a School Psychologist, with experience prior to this working across counselling, communications, facilitating learning, behavioural therapy, and rehabilitation. Originally from Sydney, she studied at Western Sydney University where she was awarded the Vice-Chancellors Leadership Scholarship and then moved to the Gold Coast where she…

2020
12/5

Stay Connected with Be@Connected?

Have you heard about Be@Connected? It’s a short series of FREE webcasts designed to help students prepare for life after Year 12. Guests speakers share their stories about how they’ve navigated their careers. They cover topics ranging from resilience, adaptability and communication to wellbeing, problem solving and much much more. Check out the schedule of…

2020
8/5

Tasmanian students to return to learning at school

The health and safety of all Tasmanian students has always been our top priority as we face the many challenges of COVID-19.  While keeping children at home for their learning, where possible, has helped to limit the spread of COVID-19 within our community, we must now look to return students to classrooms in a considered…

2020
1/5

North West Schools Set to Return to start Term 2

Students in the North West of Tasmania will be able to return to school to commence Term 2 on Monday 4 May. They will join other Government School Students across the State who started Term 2 last week, Tuesday 28 April. Keeping children at home and supporting their learning where possible is the best thing…