- Programs and projects of Aboriginal Education Services support Aboriginal students, to provide more culturally relevant and inclusive curriculum materials and resources, and to support schools in providing culturally sensitive and inclusive learning environments.
National and state student assessment programs, including the National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN), and the Kindergarten Development Check PIPS.
Provides information and resources about Australian School-based Apprenticeships and Traineeships for year 10, 11 and 12 Students
Autism is a complex condition. There are a number of diverse program options to assist you to meet the special needs of your child and family.
Curriculum Services offer schools a variety of online K-10 courses and programs which can complement, augment or extend local provision. The programs provide students with access to educational experiences and opportunities that would otherwise be unavailable.
Information and resources related to the EAL Program in Tasmania which provides English language teaching support on a needs basis for Prep - 12 students for whom English is a second or further language.
The Innovative Flexible Education Grant program is designed to encourage, facilitate and enhance innovative flexible delivery approaches to improve attendance and retention in Tasmanian schools.
LINC Tasmania offers a variety of free activities and programs for children including Rock & Rhyme (for babies 0 – 24 months), Storytime (for pre-school aged children) and school holiday programs.
LINC Tasmania has a great range of children’s books and DVDs available for loan, including baby book packs for children from 0-3 years old. All children are eligible for a library card from birth. Find out more from the LINC Tasmania website.
Tasmania and the Australian Government have entered into a number of National Partnerships that will make possible a range of exciting and innovative initiatives and strategies to be implemented in Tasmanian schools.
Pathways and participation refers to a range of programs and initiatives designed to support students to complete Year 12 and make a successful transition to further education, training or employment.
This program aims to support schools to create a physical and social environment that promotes health and wellbeing, and assists to improve the health and education outcomes for children and young people in Tasmania.
Provides information, resources and support to facilitate appropriate educational provision for students with disabilities.
The Tasmanian Agricultural Education Framework – Grow, Make, Protect has been developed to provide an overview of agricultural education in Tasmanian schools from Kindergarten to Year 12. This work has been a collaboration between DPIPWE, DoE and the Hagley Farm School: Centre for Agricultural Education. The framework identifies key links between schools, primary producers, industry and community to support student learning in agricultural education.
The Tasmanian School is the Department of Education’s online learning provider, offering educational programs and online courses for students from Kindergarten to Year 10 (K-10) based on the Tasmanian/Australian Curriculum.
Vocational Education and Learning
Resources relating to vocational education and learning including school based traineeships, apprenticeships and enterprise learning.