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					             Broken Hill High School




                       School Plan
                       2009-2011

                  School Vision
“Quality education in a caring and pleasant environment”




                    School Plan for 2009-2011
 Incorporating the National Partnership for Low SES Communities
School context

Broken Hill High School is a comprehensive high school of 677 students (10.2% Aboriginal). Our school proudly includes IO, IS and Multi-
categorical support class. There are very strong ties within both Broken Hill and the school community. These ties are evident through the
actions of our P&C who make regular contributions to the school, our close relationship with the “Golden Oldies” ex students association,
the support for existing programs that are targeting Aboriginal students, our SRC involvement in assisting numerous charities and
community organizations, the support of local employers, the establishment of bursaries and a scholarship by the McLean Foundation and
the support of businesses for excursions and student trips as well as work placements for our VET students.

Broken Hill High School has a strong reputation for academic excellence with students often achieving band 6 results in the HSC. Students
leaving our school in Year 12 are succeeding in gaining university entrance, employment, traineeships, exploring TAFE options and other
training opportunities. We expect students to achieve to the best of their ability or beyond. We have established welfare support
mechanisms and teaching and learning experiences of a high quality to maximise student outcomes. We recognise the need for the school
to meet the needs of identified groups. The school works strongly to overcome the issues raised by our isolated position within the state.
We utilise strategies that maximise students opportunities for success, our strategies in many areas will be strengthened through our
involvement in the National Partnerships for Low SES communities over the next four years.

To facilitate the continual improvement of our programs both academic and social, the school develops specific initiatives in areas such as
Technology, Aboriginal Education, Environmental Education, Literacy, Numeracy, Learning Support Team, Gifted and Talented Education
and Positive Behaviour and Learning (PBL). Work groups will also form to tackle issues on a needs basis. These groups may include
Curriculum, Reporting, Assessment, Welfare and other areas that are identified for review each year. An important issue that is currently
affecting our future direction is the reducing student population in Broken Hill. This is impacting on school structure and curriculum. To
combat this we have established the RASP initiative with Willyama High School sharing Year 11 classes utilising innovative technologies
with a mix of face to face teaching. This program is being expanded to include a Trade Training facilities and closer ties with the central
schools in our area.

Faculties and the school will focus on quality teaching and learning initiatives and the priorities in this plan while keeping an eye on the long
term learning needs of students who live in an isolated rural setting but need to function in an ever increasing complex world market.

Broken Hill High School aims to assist in the development of well balanced students who are capable of higher order thinking and flexible
enough to meet the challenges of the future. This document outlines our direction for this year in achieving these goals and provides some
recognition of our future directions as set by the school community who has had input and been consulted about our strategic direction. Our
management plan is a working document that will evolve as circumstances change to meet the needs of students. We encourage students
to adopt the school motto – “No Reward Without Effort”.
Priority Areas (3 Year horizon)
Literacy / Numeracy
Student Engagement (Curriculum and Welfare) and Retention
Connected Learning
Quality Teaching
Aboriginal Education
Targets 2010
Year 7 Literacy
To increase the growth of students above minimum growth from 63.1 % (2009) to 70% of all students for 2010. – data based on growth
charts.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 8 and 9 from 15% (2009) to 20% of students in 2010.

Year 7 Numeracy
To increase the growth of students achieving above minimum growth from 56.3% (2009) to 65% of all students for 2010.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 8 and 9 from 22% to 27% in 2010.
To reduce students in bands 4 and 5 from 27% to 22% in 2010.

Year 9 Literacy
To increase the growth of students achieving minimum growth from 38.2% (2009) to 50% by 2010.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 9 and 10 from 11% (2009) to 16% by 2010.
To reduce the percentage of students in bands 5 and 6 from 35% (2009) to 28% in 2010.

Year 9 Numeracy
To increase the growth of students above minimum growth from 43.7% (2009) to 55% in 2010.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 9 and 10 from 9% (2009) to 15% by 2010.
To reduce the percentage of students in bands 5 and 6 from 29%(2009) to 22% in 2010.

Suspension:
To reduce the number of days lost through suspension for all students by 10% by December 2010.
To reduce the percentage of ATSI student suspensions from 23% (2008) of all suspensions to 15% by December 2010.

Retention:
To meet or better the state retention rates Year 10-12 by the end of 2010 based on the eSDS sheet.
To increase the retention rate of Aboriginal students from Year 10 -12 by 20% in 2010.

Attendance 7-10:
To increase the attendance rate from 87.1% (2008) to 89% by December 2010 based on the eSDS sheet.

Attendance 11-12
To increase the attendance rate from 87.1% (2008) to 89% by December 2010 based on the eSDS sheet.
Aboriginal education
To increase the retention rate of Aboriginal students from Year 10 -12 by 20% in 2010.
To reduce the percentage of ATSI student suspensions from 23% (2008) of all suspensions to 15% by December 2010.
To have average literacy and numeracy growth in NAPLAN for Aboriginal students exceeding state average growth for all students in 2010.

School Certificate:
To meet or better the state average in all SC subjects in 2010 when compared with data based on the eSDS sheet.

HSC:
To meet or better the state average in all HSC subjects in 2010 when compared with data based on the eSDS sheet. In subjects with 10 or
more students.



The plan has been endorsed and approved by:


Principal:   Geoff Webb               Date:                School Education Director: Trish Webb                    Date:


Principal’s initials: _________                            School Education Director’s Initials_________
Broken Hill High School Plan - 2010

School Priority Area:      Literacy / Numeracy

Intended Outcomes:
Increased levels of literacy and numeracy achievement for every student.
Closing the gap in achievement in literacy and numeracy between Aboriginal students and all students.
To engage and challenge students in learning through the provision of quality teaching so that students experience positive growth.

Target/s:
Year 7

Literacy
To increase the growth of students above minimum growth from 63.1 %(2009) to 70% of all students for 2010. – data based on growth charts.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 8 and 9 from 15% (2009) to 20% of students in 2010.

Numeracy
To increase the growth of students achieving above minimum growth from 56.3% (2009) to 65% of all students for 2010.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 8 and 9 from 22% to 27% of students in 2010.
To reduce students from bands 4 and 5 from 27% to 22% in 2010.

Year 9.

Literacy
To increase the growth of students achieving minimum growth from 38.2 (2009) to 50% by 2010.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 9 and 10 from 11% (2009) to 16% by 2010.
To reduce the percentage of students in bands 5 and 6 from 35% (2009) to 28% in 2010 and to state levels(22% 2009) in 2011.

Numeracy
To increase the growth of students above minimum growth from 43.7% (2009) to 55% in 2010.
To increase the percentage of students in bands 9 and 10 from 9% (2009) to 15% by 2010.
To reduce the percentage of students in bands 5 and 6 from 29%(2009) to 22% in 2010.

Aboriginal Education:
To have average literacy and numeracy growth in NAPLAN for Aboriginal students that exceeds state average growth for all students in 2009.

School Certificate:
To meet or better the state average in all SC subjects in 2010 when compared to data based on the eSDS sheet.

HSC:
To meet or better the state average in all HSC subjects in 2010 when compared to data based on the eSDS sheet. In subjects with 10 or more students.
           Indicators               Time                   Strategies                          Responsibility
                                                                                                                   Resource Allocation
                                                                                                                                                  R1-R6
                                   Frame                                                                           & Funding source

Program completed and            2010 -    STLA and Literacy / Numeracy                 STLA                       School STLA           R3, R4
school based data shows          2011      Teachers – targeted program based on         Literacy / Numeracy        allocation 1.2
student improvement.                       NAPLAN results – 21 Year 7 / 8 and 9         Teachers
NAPLAN results in 2010 show                students initially involved. 10 students     School Counsellor          Low SES
a decrease in the gaps                     targeted from each of Bands 5, 6 & 7         H/T Support
between the school and state               each semester.
results.
Identified students are placed   2010      Identified students moved to Lifeskills to   Learning Support Team      TPL                   R4
on Life Skills.                            ensure learning material is adjusted.        School Counsellor
Staff attend training on                                                                Year Advisers
curriculum adjustments and                                                              Welfare Team
accommodation.
Teachers modify and adjust
programs accordingly.
                                 2010                                                                                                    R3, R4
Students identified.                       Analysis of NAPLAN data to identify          Principal
Staff trained.                             areas for action – programs developed        Executive
Programs developed to target               for students / groups – cross KLA            Staff
identified students.                       initiatives implemented
Programs implemented
                                 2010                                                   Gifted and Talented team   See funding for HT    R1, R4, R3
HT Teacher Quality oversees                Gifted and Talented Initiatives to           Curriculum committee       Teacher Quality
quality programs with an                   encourage students to strive towards         Principal
emphasis on G&T and                        excellence eg numeracy program with 3        KLA H/T’s
differentiation of curriculum.             feeder schools. Timetable G&T
                                           students on elective lines.
                                           Norta Norta support for Indigenous           Aboriginal Education       Norta Norta Funds     R3 R4,
Students engaged in a tailored             students.                                    committee                  To be advised in
program, Improved results in                                                            DP                         2010
NAPLAN, SC and HSC based                                                                Brian Bates
on eSDS.                                                                                SLSO
                                                                                        AEO
Professional learning                      Primary school transition programs           HT Teacher Quality                               R1, R2, R5, R6
exchanges occurring between                including I-links with local primary         DPs
staff.                                     school program – focused on numeracy         Num. / Lit. coordinators

Sharing of information                     Sharing of information between feeder
          Professional learning                         Primary school transition programs            HT Teacher Quality                               R1, R2, R5, R6
          exchanges occurring between                   including I-links with local primary          DPs
          staff.                                        school program – focused on numeracy          Num. / Lit. coordinators

          Sharing of information                        Sharing of information between feeder
          between school communities                    schools and high school based on
                                                        NAPLAN to inform programs and to
                                                        map K – 12 continuum.
          Improved NAPLAN results.         2010 -2011   Appointment of Numeracy Coordinator           Principal / Low SES team   Numeracy
          Classroom programs have                       and 0.5 x Literacy Coordinator to link                                   Coordinator.          R1, R3, R4, R6
          strategies which reflect data                 with feeder schools and lead initiatives                                 $87132 Low SES
          and individual student Lit/Num                within the school for numeracy and
          needs.                                        literacy. Assist with data training as well                              0.5 Literacy
          PLPs developed.                               as strategies in the classroom for                                       Coordinator
assroom                                                 teachers as well as PLPs for students.                                   $43566 Low SES

          Improved NAPLAN results.         2010         Training teachers in data analysis.           Numeracy coordinator       Professional          R2 ,R4
          Classroom programs have                       Beginning teachers targeted in our            Literacy coordinator       Learning funds
          strategies which reflect data                 context.                                      HT Teacher Quality
          and individual student lit/num                Individual teachers to use data to            HT Mentor. STLA
          needs.                                        implement programming adjustments.
          PLPs developed.                               Target individual students – address
                                                        gaps. PLPs for students
          Improved student basic skills    2010         Multi/Lit – improve student recognition       Literacy Coordinator and   $2963 Low SES         R3, R4
          in literacy.                                  skills. Engage with feeder schools on         SLSO
                                                        implementation of program.                                               SLSO
          Students are able to engage                   Appoint SLSO to support the program                                      $42501 Low SES
          with more support in                          and other initiatives.
          classroom.
          Improved teacher skills in       2010         Reading To Learn initiative to improve        Literacy Coordinator,      $17000 Low SES        R4
          classroom for literacy.                       teacher skills in classroom.                  Western NSW Region
                                                                                                      personnel. Coaches . HT
                                                                                                      Teacher Quality, STLA

                                                                                                      5 teachers to be trained
                                                                                                      in 2010
          Teachers trained.                2010         Maths Matters/ Maths 300 – Maths with         Numeracy Coordinator,      Maths Matters -       R3, R4
                                                        Attitude – to engage students in the          CRTs                       $2700 Low SES
          Programs implemented.                         classroom.                                                               Prof Learning
                                                        Appoint SLSO to support numeracy              6 teachers to be trained
          Classroom practice changed                    programs.                                     in 2010                    Maths 300: maths
          and programs evaluated.                                                                                                with attitude – Low
                                                                                                                                 SES Lit and num
                                                                                                                                 resources
                                                                                                                                 $4495 Lit/Num
                                                                                                                                 Resources
Broken Hill High School Plan - 2010

School Priority Area:      Student Engagement (Curriculum and Welfare) and Retention

Intended Outcomes:
Increased proportion of students completing Year 12.
To develop a curriculum that meets the needs of BHHS students and our context.
A harmonious learning environment that fosters excellence in learning and teaching.
Developing innovative programs that meet the needs of students from years 5 to 8 (middle school) including a professional exchange between staff.


Target/s:

Suspension :
To reduce the number of days lost through suspension for all students by 10% by December 2010.
To reduce the percentage of ATSI student suspensions from 23% (2008) of all suspensions to 15% by December 2010.

Retention:
To continue to meet or better the state retention rates 10 to 12.
To increase the retention rate of Aboriginal students from Year 10 -12 by 10% in 2010.

Attendance 7-10:
To increase the attendance rate from 87.1% (2008) to 89% by December 2010.

Attendance 11-12
To increase the attendance rate from 87.5% (2008) to match state by December 2010.

                                                                                                                  Resource Allocation
         Indicators           Time Frame                     Strategies                     Responsibility        & Funding source
                                                                                                                                              R1-R6
                                                                                                                  Resource Allocation
         Indicators            Time Frame                 Strategies                          Responsibility      & Funding source
                                                                                                                                               R1-R6

Improved and explicit         2010 - 2011   PBL committee – review of school           PBL committee              School funds            R1
processes for students                      areas – playground, classroom, bullying                               Professional Learning
                                                                                                                  funds
and teachers through PBL                    practices and put in place improvement
/ welfare mechanisms                        processes.
Review and revisions          2010 - 2011   Review of policies in Student Welfare –    Welfare Team
made.                                       involving SRC / P&C – includes             HT Welfare
                                            discipline and values documents
Indigenous students           2010 -2011    Support Indigenous students:               AEO                        Career Lighthouse       R6
develop career pathways                     - academic                                 UDRH                       funding
                                            - UDRH mentoring scheme                    Aboriginal Education
                                                                                       team
Trade Training Centre         2010 -2011    Trade Training Centre and RASP             Timetable committee        DEEWR $5265488          R3
built.                                      development.                               DPs
Timetable developed                         Restructuring the timetable to include a   Executive
RASP expanded                               VET day in 2010                            VET teachers
Analysis and training take                  RISC analysis to highlight areas for       DP’s                       Prof learning funds
place                                       action (includes training for staff to     PBL team
                              2010 -2011    ensure data is accurate)
Homework centre                             Homework Centre - Effective study /        Trained teacher / SLSO     Low SES funding         R3
operates and is used by                     homework centre model which is staffed     Casual staff               $7200 teacher
                                                                                                                  $12751 SLSO
students                                    by trained paraprofessionals/ teachers.    0.3 SLSO
Plan it Youth program                       Hire temporary teacher and 0.3 SLSO
initiated                                   SLSO to be involved in Plan it Youth - a
                                            school based mentoring program
                                            assisting early school leavers.
Partnership with                            Together with WHS and feeder schools       Liaise with UDRH,          $40000 position         R6
community developed.                        work in partnership with UDRH and          GWAHS, WHS and feeder      $ 10000 Prof learning
                                            NSW Department of Health on the            schools to establish the
                                                                                       position. A management     Low SES
Worker employed.                            employment of a Social, Emotional,
                                                                                       committee will be formed
                                            Health and Well Being worker to work
                                                                                       from among the
Parents and students able                   with students and parents. The worker      stakeholders.
to access support.                          will concentrate on resilience and self
                                            esteem for students at risk.
Improved relationships        2010 2011     Employment of Attendance officer –         HT Admin, Principal, SAM   $48125 Low SES          R6
with parents, data reflects                 SAO grade to initiate the PIP to follow
increased attendance.                       up attendance issues. This person will
                                            support the HT in charge of attendance
                                            with AIP information, HSLO referral
                                            information and attendance data
                                            needed by DET
                                                                                                      Resource Allocation
        Indicators    Time Frame                  Strategies                         Responsibility   & Funding source
                                                                                                                                     R1-R6

Improved level of    2010          Continued engagement with school            Principal,                                   R6, R5
communication with                 community through surveys, open days,       Executive
school community.                  Parent /Teacher evenings, P&C               Staff
                                   meetings, Aboriginal Community              P&C
                                   meetings, Barrier Blast articles, further   Aboriginal Education
                                   develop website, BDT articles.              committee
                                                             Broken Hill High School Plan

School Priority Area:         Connected Learning

Intended Outcomes:
Increased access to digital educational resources for teaching and learning.
Innovative use of technologies for learning and teacher professional learning.
Broader curriculum options for students at BHHS.
To engage students through the innovative use of technologies relevant to them.


                                                                                                                                         R1-R6
                                                                                                                  Resource Allocation
         Indicators             Time Frame                   Strategies                        Responsibility     & Funding source

Training takes place           2010 - 2011    Increased use of VC for delivery under      DP                      Prof Learning funds    R3, R4
Successful RASP lessons                       RASP – needs staff training in VC           CRTs
                                              delivery / moodle and interactive           IT coordinator
                                              whiteboards
Appropriate TPL offered        2010-2011      Training for staff with new staff laptops   School                  Prof Learning funds    R3
Teachers access KLA                           Planning for and consideration of           DET
specific training                             implications for all of Year 9 with         IT Coordinator
                                              laptops
QT integrated into programs    2010 - 2011    Integrate Quality Learning material eg      Professional Learning   Prof learning funds.
                                              deep knowledge into ICT                     Team
                                                                                          HT Teacher Quality
Interactive Whiteboards        2010           Purchase of resources under Low SES         School                  Low SES                R3
installed.                                    funding to improve student engagement       R. Liceralde IT         $42000 resources
Staff trained                                 through ICT.                                Coordinator
Programs reflect use of                           a) 5 x Interactive Whiteboards          HT Teacher Quality
IWBs                                              b) Professional learning to support     HT Mentor
                                                      use and develop skills with ICT.
Classroom programs             2010           Join with other schools to release a        Western NSW Region      $29044 for connected   R1, R3, R4
indicate teaching                             Connected Learning position at AP/HT        personnel               learning position
                                                                                                                  through Low SES
strategies which make                         level to facilitate professional learning                           Semester 1 and
appropriate use of                            focussed on the effective integration of                            Semester 2
technology                                    interactive technology into classroom
                                              practice.
Observation of classroom
practice indicates more
effective usage of
interactive technology in
                                                                                                                              R1-R6
                                                                                                        Resource Allocation
         Indicators          Time Frame                 Strategies                     Responsibility   & Funding source

teaching and learning.

Students actively engaged   2010          Acquisition of a 3D milling machine to   HT TAS               $10000 Low SES        R4
in designing and                          increase engagement in technology for    CRTs
manufacturing products.                   all students in the area of computer
                                          aided design.
More students selecting
these courses. Retention
improvement.
                                                               Broken Hill High School Plan

School Priority Area:        Quality Teaching

Intended Outcomes:
Strengthen teacher capacity to improve student learning outcomes through personal and whole of school professional learning.
Increased focus on school based Professional Learning and recognition of staff expertise in QT&L.
Continue to plan for succession / improved leadership at the school level.
Improved ICT skills for staff allowing greater use of digital learning strategies.
To engage students.

                                                                                                                                        R1-R6
                                                                                                                  Resource Allocation
           Indicators           Time Frame                    Strategies                        Responsibility    & Funding source

Increased use by staff of      2010 – 2011      Training in Moodle, VC delivery of        HT Teacher Quality      TPL funds
ICT in class                                    lessons and whiteboards based on          Prof Learning team
                                                Quality Teaching frameworks and
                                                Teaching standards.
Beginning teachers meeting     2010             Beginning Teachers Program and            Principal               DET courses           R1, R2, R4
accreditation                                   support of Early Career Teachers.         DP’s
                                                                                                                  .5 HT Mentor $59460
                                                Employ an extra .5 HT Mentor to           H/T’s
                                                                                                                  Low SES
                                                support beginning teachers in the         HT Mentor
                                                classroom and assist with programming,
                                                professional learning and Institute
                                                expectations. R1
Support for new executive   2010                Executive development strategies          Principal , DPs         DET courses
Leadership training                                                                       SIO
                                                                                                                  TPL funds
implemented
Teachers use effective      2010                Behaviour Management strategies –         Professional Learning   BM CD’s
behaviour management                            staff training                            Committee
strategies in classroom.                                                                  Welfare committee
Working with feeder schools 2010                Employ a HT Teacher Quality to be an      Principal               $118 920 Low SES      R1, R3
on Transition                                   additional high quality teacher in the
                                                school. The role will involve
Lit/ Num initiatives                            management of Low SES initiatives with
implemented                                     the Principal, professional learning with
                                                a classroom focus for all teachers,
Teacher professional                            liaison with feeder schools, overseeing
learning in priority areas                      Lit/Num initiatives, differentiating the
and differentiation taking                      curriculum.
                                                                                                                                  R1-R6
                                                                                                            Resource Allocation
         Indicators          Time Frame                  Strategies                        Responsibility   & Funding source

place.
Structured in-school         2010         Join with other schools to release a       Western NSW Region     $ 40960 Low SES       R1, R2, R4, R5
leadership programs                       person at PH2 level to support             Personnel              Semester 1 and 2
established                               leadership development programs,
                                          provide training in analysis of data and
Evidence in class programs                coordinate professional learning
that programming has been                 networks.
informed by student
learning Data

Staff utilise networks
beyond their own school
and beyond their own
learning community to
support teacher
professional learning.

Professional Learning Plans 2010          Development of Professional Learning       Principal                                    R5
developed.                                Plans for staff.                           HT Teacher Quality
TARS procedures further                                                              HT Mentor
refined to reflect increased              Revise TARS procedures to ensure           Executive staff
accountability                            strengthened accountability.
                                                              Broken Hill High School Plan

School Priority Area:        Aboriginal Education

Intended Outcomes:
Improved retention of students at all grade levels.
Aboriginal students to match non Aboriginal students in all key indicators.
To continue to work with our community to improve outcomes for all students.

Target/s:
To have average literacy and numeracy growth in NAPLAN for Aboriginal students that exceeds state average growth for all students in 2009.
To increase the retention rate of Aboriginal students from Year 10 -12 by 20% in 2010.
To reduce the percentage of ATSI student suspensions from 23% (2008) of all suspensions to 15% by December 2010.



                                                                                                                                               R1-R6
                                                                                                                       Resource Allocation
          Indicators             Time Frame                  Strategies                          Responsibility        & Funding source

Aboriginal students attending                 Further develop links with UDRH                                          School based –          R6,
                                                                                            Principal
the Nursing Academy             2010 – 2011   - Stepping Back looking Forward
                                                                                            Deb Jones UDRH
                                                                                                                       global budget for
                                              - Mentoring program                                                      release $3000
No BOS N-Awards for                           Continue to develop the Norta Norta           Norta Norta staff member   Norta Norta funding     R6,
students in 10, 11 and 12.                    program that supports students in Years 9 -   Aboriginal Education       to be advised in 2010
                                2010– 2011    12. Continue Norta Norta funding for Year     committee
Staff feedback on student                     8.
Progress.
NAIDOC week is celebrated                                                                                                                      R1, R6
                                              Improved cultural awareness of school
Parents and community are                                                                   Wakikirri coordinator
                                              community / staff – eg run NAIDOC week
actively involved.                            using Wakakirri outback project plan.
                                                                                            AEO
                                                                                                                       Wakikirri
                                2010 – 2011   Wakaikirri coordinator appointed.
BT and early career teachers
continue to use units                         Aboriginal perspectives is a part of the      DP’s & HT Mentor
developed around aboriginal                   BT program – utilise DO staff.
perspectives.
                                                                                                                   Resource Allocation
           Indicators           Time Frame                  Strategies                       Responsibility        & Funding source

STLA, Literacy, Numeracy                      STLA focuses on students who do not       STLA / HT Support                                 R3
coordinator indicates                         meet the minimum standards for            Literacy
progress made with year 7       2010 - 2011   NAPLAN in Year 7 as part of their case    Numeracy coordinator
students based on school                      load.
testing
Improvement in NAPLAN                         Employment of SLSO to further support     Principal,                 $42501 Low SES         R2
data for Aboriginal students.                 tutoring offered through Norta Norta      HT Welfare
Improved retention of           2010 -2011    program to ensure support for all         Norta Norta facilitator,
Aboriginal students                           Aboriginal students in order to improve   Aboriginal Education
                                              literacy / numeracy outcomes.             committee
                                              Join with other schools to release a      Western NSW Region         Low SES                R1, R4,
All staff are aware of the 8                  position at DP level to facilitate        Personnel                  $4468 Semester 1
Ways methodology.                             professional learning focussed on                                    and 2 for Aboriginal
                                              quality teaching and learning for                                    TL
Teaching/learning programs                    Aboriginal students centred on the 8
                                2010
reflect, where appropriate,                   Ways of Knowing.
integration of 8 Ways
processes/strategies.



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