From the Principal’s Desk

Our final professional learning opportunity for school directions 2018.

November 17th, 2017 | Posted by Debbie Hunter

We will be delivering this process of consultation on Wednesday 22 November 3.30 – 4.30pm (WELLBEING).

We will be looking at the Wellbeing Framework which includes cognitive, physical, social, emotional and spiritual development of children. Parents entrust their child to principals, teachers and school staff with confidence that schools will deliver on this agenda. The framework includes CONNECT – students to actively connect to their learning, have positive and respectful relationships and experience a sense of belonging to their school and community. SUCCEED – students will be respected, valued, encouraged, supported and empowered to succeed and THRIVE – students will grow and flourish, do well and prosper.

We invite any community members to join us on these afternoon sessions which will be held in the Library. From this consultation we will be able to develop our future strategic directions for 2018.

We will be adding all the information from these consultations onto our website – once the 2015 – 2017 cycle has been completed.

Thank you to the ongoing parent participation and the Oatley Public School Advisory Group for their consultation in ideas.

Continued School Evaluation

November 12th, 2017 | Posted by Debbie Hunter

Throughout this month Oatley school community will be involved in a school evaluation process where evidence will be gathered and linked to the Schools Excellence Framework. Throughout this month student and parent focus groups will be occurring and the Tell Them From Me survey results will be calculated for further evidence. It will be an opportunity to hear the feedback from teachers and students and parents and have a say in future directions of strategic planning.
We will be delivering this process of consultation on

Wednesday 15 November 3.30 – 6.30pm (EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM PRACTICE & LEARNING).

Wednesday 22 November 3.30 – 4.30pm (WELLBEING).

We invite any community members to join us on these afternoon sessions which will be held in the Library. From this consultation we will be able to develop our future strategic directions for 2018.

We will be adding all the information from these consultations onto our website – once the 2015 – 2017 cycle has been completed.

Thank you to the students and parents who participated in our focus groups held over the last couple of weeks on assessment with Mrs Cynthia Hall. You have provided us with great feedback for future planning.

STRATEGIC EVALUATION & EVIDENCE

November 3rd, 2017 | Posted by Debbie Hunter

Throughout this month Oatley school community will be involved in a school evaluation process where evidence will be gathered and linked to the Schools Excellence Framework. Throughout this month student and parent focus groups will be occurring and the Tell Them From Me survey results will be calculated for further evidence. It will be an opportunity to hear the feedback from teachers and students and parents and have a say in future directions of strategic planning.
We will be delivering this process of consultation on

Wednesday 8 November 3.30 Р4.30pm ( STUDENT PERFORMANCE MEASURES & TECHNOLOGY).

Wednesday 15 November 3.30 – 6.30pm (EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM PRACTICE & LEARNING).

Wednesday 22 November 3.30 Р4.30pm (WELLBEING).

We invite any community members to join us on these afternoon sessions which will be held in the Library. From this consultation we will be able to develop our future strategic directions for 2018.

We will be adding all the information from these consultations onto our website – once the 2015 – 2017 cycle has been completed.

Thank you to the students and parents who participated in our focus groups held over the last couple of weeks on assessment with Mrs Cynthia Hall. You have provided us with great feedback for future planning.

Oatley continues on it’s evaluation on the Strategic Plan 2015- 2017.

October 27th, 2017 | Posted by Debbie Hunter

Throughout the next month Oatley school community will be involved in a school evaluation process where evidence will be gathered and linked to the Schools Excellence Framework. Throughout this month student and parent focus groups will be occurring and the Tell Them From Me survey results will be calculated for further evidence. It will be an opportunity to hear the feedback from teachers and students and parents and have a say in future directions of strategic planning.
We will be delivering this process of consultation on

Wednesday 1 November 3.30 – 6.30pm (CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT)

Wednesday 15 November 3.30 – 6.30pm (EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM PRACTICE & LEARNING).

We invite any community members to join us on these afternoon sessions which will be held in the Library. From this consultation we will be able to develop our future strategic directions for 2018.

We will be adding all the information from these consultations onto our website – once the 2015 – 2017 cycle has been completed.

Thank you to the students and parents who participated in our focus groups held over the last couple of weeks on assessment with Mrs Cynthia Hall. You have provided us with great feedback for future planning.

2015 – 2017 School Strategic Evaluation

October 22nd, 2017 | Posted by Debbie Hunter

Throughout the next month Oatley school community will be involved in a school evaluation process where evidence will be gathered and linked to the Schools Excellence Framework. Throughout this month student and parent focus groups will be occurring and the Tell Them From Me survey results will be calculated for further evidence. It will be an opportunity to hear the feedback from teachers and students and parents and have a say in future directions of strategic planning.
We will be delivering this process of consultation on

Wednesday 25 October 3.30 – 4.45pm (MANAGEMENT PRACTICES and PROCESSES),

Wednesday 1 November 3.30 – 6.30pm (CURRICULUM & ASSESSMENT)

Wednesday 15 November 3.30 – 6.30pm (EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM PRACTICE & LEARNING).

We invite any community members to join us on these afternoon sessions which will be held in the Library. From this consultation we will be able to develop our future strategic directions for 2018.

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