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Are you too involved in your child's homework?

Are you too involved in your child's homework?

It's not uncommon for parents to help their kids with homework, but at what point does this become harmful to their learning?

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What you need to know about academic scholarships

What you need to know about academic scholarships

If you're exploring your child's scholarship options, here's what you should keep in mind throughout the process.
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What's all the fuss about learning spaces?

What's all the fuss about learning spaces?

What's all the fuss about learning spaces? Classroom and school design is changing rapidly along with our understanding of how students learn best. What are the issues and where are we heading?
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Victoria opens two P-Tech schools

Victoria opens two P-Tech schools

The Pathways in Technology (P-Tech) model is being unveiled in Victorian schools as part of the federal government's innovation and science agenda.
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National curriculum update

National curriculum update

Implementation of the Australian Curriculum has continued in 2015, with all states and territories now teaching the national syllabus for English, Mathematics and Science from Foundation to Year 10.
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What is 'enterprise education'?

What is 'enterprise education'?

You may have heard the term 'enterprise education'. We explain what it is, how it's used in schools and why it's important.
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How is Australia dealing with the STEM crisis?

How is Australia dealing with the STEM crisis?

With low uptake of science and mathematics subjects by school students and dwindling interest in related tertiary courses, there's much to be done to raise the appeal of STEM disciplines.
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St Luke's looks beyond technology to redefine relevance

St Luke's looks beyond technology to redefine relevance

St Luke's is able to provide consistency to students, both academically and behaviourally, as they transform from children to young men and women, ready to take their place in the world.
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Let our students inspire you at KRB

Let our students inspire you at KRB

Kincoppal-Rose Bay School is a leading Catholic independent school with more than 130 years of experience in 'educating hearts and minds'.
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New South Wales Budget provides funding for schools and TAFEs

New South Wales Budget provides funding for schools and TAFEs

The New South Wales 2015-16 Budget has been released, with a heavy focus on new infrastructure and services. Here are some of the highlights for families and students.
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Should maths and science be compulsory in Year 12?

Should maths and science be compulsory in Year 12?

Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has put forward a proposal to enforce study of a maths or science subject in Year 12. We take a look at what the changes would mean for your child, as well as some of the arguments on both sides.
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21st century learning for girls

21st century learning for girls

What is innovative learning? What's the difference between the 20th and 21st century learning style? In 2015, we as teachers and parents need to understand, acknowledge and act on the different ways in which today's kids learn.
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Choosing the right school for your child

Choosing the right school for your child

Choosing a school is no easy feat. There's a lot to consider and it's made no simpler by the many ways in which schools vary.
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Online education continues to expand in schools

Online education continues to expand in schools

With the rapid rise and constantly changing face of technology and online mediums, it's only natural that technology starts to find its way into the classroom.
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A guide to apprenticeships and traineeships

A guide to apprenticeships and traineeships

If your child is looking for a practical training option, an apprenticeship or traineeship may be of interest.
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