Anything Can Happen – in Tasmania, everyone needs to finish Year 12 (or meet a leaving requirement). But the way you finish school these days is very different from the past. The Anything Can Happen site outlines options for students and their families.
B4 Early Years Coalition supports children from pre-birth to age four and their families across the Tasmanian community.
Education and Care advances outcomes for children through effective regulation and support of early childhood education and care in Tasmania.
Government Education and Training International (GETI) broker education services for international students looking to study in Tasmania and provides a diverse range of support services for international students while studying here.
Lets Talk talking and listening are skills that we need for life. The Let’s Talk site provides tips for having conversation with children from birth to year 8.
Libraries Tasmania connects Tasmanians to learning and information, their history and their communities. Libraries Tasmania also connects people from around the world to Tasmanian resources. Libraries Tasmania is on Facebook, Instagram, Flickr and YouTube.
- Adult Education in Libraries Tasmania offer a range of courses in leisure and lifestyle activities as well as courses to learn new skills – for work and for life – for all Tasmanians.
- Tasmanian Archives and Heritage (TAHO) provide a management framework of legislation, guidelines and advice about the creation, capture, retention and ongoing management of state records.
- Government Information Strategy Unit (GISU) supports state and local government, Government Business Enterprises and State owned companies.
School Directory – Department school websites.
STEM – approaches highlight connections between the learning areas of Science, Mathematics and Technologies.
Years 11 and 12 Curriculum supports the delivery of Year 11 and 12 courses and programs to learners across Tasmania.