ACHPER NSW and the NSW Department of Education are excited to announce that they are partnering to develop and deliver professional learning to prepare teachers for the new PDHPE K-10 syllabus.
Professional Learning Opportunities
A diverse range of professional learning opportunities will be offered for all ACHPER NSW Members and DoE teachers from late 2017 and into 2018. These opportunities will equip PDHPE teachers with essential skills and knowledge so that they have prepared and are ready for action when the syllabus is released.
Details for registering for these events will be available soon.
Phase 1 – we are now seeking expressions of interest for project officers to join with us to become a PDHPE K – 10 Project Officer.
For more information and to submit an online expression of interest, click here.
Expressions of Interest – Workshop Hosts 2018
In 2018, we will deliver a number of face to face workshops across NSW in partnership with DoE. To meet the needs of teachers across the state in a flexible and affordable way, we seek hosts and venues. There is no requirement to be a presenter.
If your school would be willing to host a 1 day workshop in Term 2, email firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact details and details of the space available. Permission from your Principal is required before submitting your expression of interest.
Suitable venues should have access to:
- space for 15-45 participants
- projector/ screen/ Wi-Fi/ speakers
- catering/ school canteen.
Where to from here?
More professional learning and familiarisation materials will be developed by the NSW Education Standards Authority, ACHPER NSW and the NSW Department of Education and it will be released with the new syllabus and timeline for implementation.
Don’t wait for the syllabus release to become familiar with the key features and expectations of this document. Be proactive! Access the materials shared in earlier articles of the DoE SchoolBiz newsletter, register for professional learning as it is released and share information with your colleagues to be prepared for the new syllabus when it is released.