Sawyers Valley Sharing has been super busy ever since the release of the HASS Curriculum in second semester. We are also thrilled to have been selected once again as a TDS school for HASS and Early Years for 2016 - 2017.
This year we have had 6 sessions (3 each semester) focusing on planning, teaching and assessment. These sessions have been very relaxed and lots of focused talk on curriculum. Next year, SHACC will have a little make-over....SHACC will become!!!!!!!
Keeping in line with the new curriculum and retaining some of the fun that was SHACC.
We have also offered people that attended in the past the opportunity to host some of the session. The first session will be in Term 1 on Wednesday Week 4, 24 February 2016 at Greenmount Primary School starting at 4:00 pm. The registration for this event is online so book now! Go to Institute for Professional Learning Website.
Updated Planning Documents
To match the new WA Curriculum we have updated the multi-age planner. The changes are small but necessary to match the HASS Skills. Click on the link below.
Links to these documents can also be found on the blog page PLANNING TOOLS
Old Schoolhouse Experience
It has been absolutely delightful hosting the schools that experienced the the Victorian Schoolhouse this year. If you are thinking of an excursion that is hands on and a full on day, please go to Victorian Classroom Experience.
2016 New TDS Coordinator
It is with much excitement that I announce the new TDS Coordinator at Sawyers Valley is Carey Stewart. Carey has a wealth of knowledge and experience to share as well as bringing her passion for the early years.
I have loved being the TDS Coordinator for the last 3 years and I have really enjoyed meeting you all. I have won a fixed term position at State-wide Services as Education Officer - Teaching & Learning where I hope to see even more of you around the state.
I would like to wish you a very happy holiday and I hope that the days are long and the relaxation is 100% effective ready to start 2016 with a bang!
That's all for 2015