The Premier has announced significant reforms to the NSW Curriculum, with a new school curriculum to be delivered over the next four years, including:
The reforms are based on the recommendations from key stakeholders, including NSW Parents’ Council, and are the first significant review of the NSW curriculum since 1989.
Over 20 NSW Independent Schools are represented in the new ARTEXPRESS virtual reality exhibit. Now everyone can go online to enjoy 50 exceptional student artworks across 12 visual art forms.
“The ARTEXPRESS exhibition is incredibly important, allowing our best students to receive recognition for their work and provides exposure to start careers.” Sarah Mitchell, NSW Education Minister.
Children’s sport allowed to resume from 1 July. Gyms, yoga classes, dance studios and indoor pools, will be allowed to reopen in NSW from June 13, the Berejiklian government has just announced.
Read the full media release here: https://sport.nsw.gov.au/media-releases/ready-set-go-gyms-and-kids-sport-returns
NESA, in conjunction with ReachOut Australia, have launched a campaign to provide further advice about the changes that have been made to this year’s exams to keep everyone safe, as well as resources for managing stress and tips for keeping active while preparing for exams.
Check out their website for more details and follow #StayHealthyHSC and #2020HSC for regular news and updates.