From a young age, Monica Zanetti knew she wanted to work in the arts. Monica has always genuinely believed - if she worked hard enough and she persevered - that she’d get there.
Villony Virus Comes to Town is a helpful new resource, designed to assist parents and carers in communicating about the pandemic to primary school aged children. The book, authored by NSW based clinical psychologist Janice McKay, was based on her own family’s experiences with COVID-19 restrictions in NSW.
The 2020 ACT Public Education Awards recognise the exceptional people in our public school communities, who have gone above and beyond the normal expectations for their role to ensure all children receive high quality public education and the very best start in life.
The Chief Health Officer has announced a loosening of COVID-19 restrictions for end of year events across schools.The eased restrictions mean that up to 500 parents and family members will be allowed to attend graduation ceremonies on school sites.
The ACT Public Schools Business Managers Leadership Summit was held on Friday 6 November 2020, recognising the significant role Business Managers play in supporting teachers, students, staff and the school community and to invest in their ongoing professional growth.
CJ Shaw is a talented songwriter, and music teacher at Palmerston District Primary School, who has been nominated for the prestigious ARIA Telstra Music Teacher of the Year Award.
Children and young people consume the majority of their daily food intake at school. So it’s important that schools must have a range of nutritious options available for students to stay healthy and keep their energy levels up to better focus on studies and school activities.