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The Power of Stories for Social and Emotional Learning

November 10, 2015

Stories, myths, legends, fairytales & fables all have the power to reveal human nature, human characteristics, triumphs’ and tragedies.

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Growing Focus on Health Education

July 13, 2015

According to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 25% of Australian children aged between 5 and18 are either overweight or obese. Research also indicates that experiencing childhood obesity can have lasting health, social and economic effects on an individual. The key drivers of this growing obesity issue are linked to our modern lifestyle; with reduced levels of daily physical activity and a prevalence of energy dense, high kilojoule foods.

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Indigenous Histories & Culture

July 12, 2015

ABORIGINAL & TORRES STRAIGHT ISLANDER HISTORIES & CULTURE CROSS CURRICULUM PRIORITY 2015

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Terra Australis Video

July 10, 2015

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Innovative Australian History teaching ideas

April 22, 2015

Innovative ideas for teaching Australian History.
Australia’s National Identity – using Drama Incursions to support classroom studies.

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Sustainability Drama Incursion Video

December 19, 2014

A Sustainability Drama Incursion Video

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A Drama Incursion for Sustainability

December 18, 2014

Sustainability is a key focus in our classrooms for 2015. As a cross curriculum priority, the goal is to inform our students of the importance of social, environmental and cultural considerations for sustainable living. Our objective is to develop student’s knowledge of the current global state of affairs and create a personal appreciation of how individual actions will contribute to a more sustainable future.

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