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Chinese Dragon Boat activities at South Coast Chinese Language School

During the beginning of June the South Coast Chinese Language School held celebrations for the Dragon Boat Festival with many fun activities for the students at the various school locations. Please view the fun photos at http://photopeach.com/album/17151on
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New Working With Children Check

A new Working With Children Check is coming soon. The date will be announced once the regulation is published. In the meantime  the current check applies. Find out more: http://kids.nsw.gov.au/kids/working/newcheck#ixzz2PWwPMB8T NSW Commission for Children and Young People  Cost: The…
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CLS use of Public Schools is free

A Community Langauge School (CLS) has free use of Public School facilities. But this does not mean that a CLS has the right to use the facilities. If the principal of a Public School agrees to let a CLS use certain…
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South Coast Chinese Language School opens at Stanwell Park

On the 7th May 2010 50 students from Stanwell Park Public School came together in the adjacent church hall to have their first Chinese lesson. Classes will be held every Friday morning before school. These classes have been organised in…
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Te Leo Pukapuka School

On the 4th May 2009 the Pukapuka language school opend its doors to over 60 students.There are two classes one primary school age and one high school age. Classes are held at Bellambi Primary School on Mondays from 4pm to 6…
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Bullying

Information about bullying The NSW Department of Education and Communities rejects all forms of bullying. All students and staff have the right to be treated fairly and with dignity in an environment free from disruption intimidation harassment victimisation and discrimination. All…
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Harmony Day

Harmony Day is on the 21st March. Perhaps you like to plan something for your school in the weeks around the 21st March about Harmony Day. Maybe about other languages than the one you are teaching. Check out this website for…
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South Coast Greek Community School

The smallest and most isolated Community Language School is the South Coast Greek School which is located in Huskisson Primary School with only 6 students. The teacher students parents and school committee are very dedicated. A box of much appreciated…
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Queensland Introduces Mandatory Language Study

Queensland parents and educators have welcomed the State Government’s decision to make language studies mandatory for Year 6 7 and 8 students. Education and Training Minister Geoff Wilson said on Saturday that 90% of state schools would teach languages for those…
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