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2019 National School Term Dates


Upcoming and Past Webinars

Lunchtime learning's with Dr Deb Pushor - Utlising parent knowledge

Dr Pushor's presentation will draw on her expertise and experience as an author, researcher, parent, and higher education teacher to reveal how the knowledge of parents improves the learning outcomes of children across the age spectrum.

7th March 2018

Register here for the webinar

Supporting successful Transitions and change

Transition and change can be difficult for all individuals, but is especially difficult for individuals on the autism spectrum. In this webinar the team at Positive Partnerships explore making transition and change successful. They discuss the importance of working in collaborative teams to plan and identify and share strategies, tools and information.

Supporting successful school transitions

The school environment is full of transitions and across the years. There are transitions that occur frequently in a school day such as moving from the floor to a desk or from one room to another. This webinar from the team at Positive Partnerships focuses on four major transitions points specific to this time of the school year.

From Babbling to books

This 60-minute webcast stresses the importance of working with young children early to develop language and pre-reading skills. It will provide adults who work with young children with research-based strategies that can help lay the foundation for building strong readers. This webcast is sponsored in part by Scholastic, the global children’s publishing, education and media company.

Upcoming Events

This is an event by SDOHA, registrations close tomorrow so please act swiftly if you would like to attend. The event will also be streamed for those interested but unable to attend on 9th Nov,

"Creating the Healthiest Nation Through Addressing Inequality"
An address by Greg Williams of CSIRO followed by the SDoHA AGM

Greg is a Manager in CSIRO Futures, the strategic advisory arm of Australia’s national science agency. In this role he draws on the deep research expertise within CSIRO to advise senior decision makers in Australia's largest companies and government, helping them to identify emerging trends, technologies, opportunities, risks and strategies for preparing for future uncertainty. Greg authored CSIRO’s recent Future of Health report, which aims to shape future investments in the health sector.

Mr Williams’ address will be followed by a group discussion and the SDoHA AGM. Morning tea/coffee and a light lunch will be provided. The event will be streamed via Zoom for those registrants that cannot attend in person.

When: 9 November 2018, 10.30am-3.00pm
Where: Offices of The Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Governor Macquarie Tower (Level 19), 1 Farrer Place, Sydney, NSW.
Register: below link to register by 31 October 2018

Follow link also for other events organised by The Social Determinants of Health Alliance (SDOHA)

A message from P&C's QLD "We are thrilled to present this exciting opportunity to connect with hundreds of Queensland volunteers and teaching leaders for our annual state conference, Every child Every chance; Parents as partners in learning.

For the first time in our 70-year history, this year we are working with the Department of Education to deliver a unique Queensland perspective on parent engagement in state schools.

Throughout the conference we will be exploring the Queensland Parents and Community Engagement Framework, and what this means for parents, teachers and principals to ensure that every child has every chance for success.

As one of Australia’s leading parent advocacy and support groups, P&Cs Qld is pleased to be joined by many national education partners and statewide parent advocates, such as the Australian Council of State School Organisations and the Australian Secondary Principals’ Association".

Registrations open 12 March 2018.

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