Please see attached EOI for details. If you have any queries, please contact principal, Natalie Piccinin at email@example.com.
Sydney Institute of Community Languages Education (SICLE) at Sydney University is looking to develop and deliver targeted professional learning programs for teachers of languages. As we develop these professional learning programs, SICLE will apply for NESA accreditation and also possible advanced standing into tertiary postgraduate programs such as the new M.Ed (Languages) at Sydney university.
In order to guide us in designing appropriate PL programs that cater for the range of needs of languages teachers we are asking teachers to complete this short online survey. Include your email on the survey to go into the draw to receive one of ten $50 vouchers!!!
Complete the survey.
Register for the Federation of Community Language Schools' annual conference on Saturday 25 April 2020.
Language teachers who are interested in presenting a short workshop on their classroom practice can express their interest by emailing Alex Di Prinzio, Program Education Officer of the NSW Federation of Community Language Schools at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sydney Institute of Community Languages Education (SICLE) will host a free conference in July. Please see attached flyer for details.
Organisers are looking for experienced community language teachers to present at the conference. If you are interested, please contact Merryl Wahlin from SICLE at email@example.com for more information.
Sydney Institute of Community Languages Education (SICLE) at the University of Sydney are offering career advice and support for teachers in the Community Languages Schools Program. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
This course is for teachers of the 5 languages syllabuses scheduled for implementation in 2021 – Hindi, Macedonian, Persian, Punjabi and Tamil and is now available for registration on MyPL (RG05464). Language teachers who are not familiar with the structure of the new languages syllabuses are also welcome to attend.
Parramatta Public School is seeking a Chinese community language teacher 3 days/week for the first semester in 2020, with a potential to be extended to the end of the 2020. If interested, please send resume to Gail Charlier, Principal at Gail.Charlier@det.nsw.edu.au.
Rouse Hill Public School is seeking a Chinese language teacher for 2020. For detailed information, please contact Robert Jarvis, Principal, via firstname.lastname@example.org or 8824 7330.
Middle Harbour PS is seeking a Mandarin teacher to teach Kindergarten and Year 1 classes, working in collaboration with the current Mandarin teachers, for 2 days/week in 2020. If you are interested, please send your resume to Carole Jaye, R/Principal at email@example.com
Killarney Heights Public School is seeking a teacher of Chinese to start in Term 1 2020. The role is for one year until the end of Term 4 (28/01/2020 - 18/12/2020) for 2 days/week (Thursdays and Fridays). If you are interested, please send your resume to:
Ms Gillian Tegg, Principal, via Gillian.Tegg@det.nsw.edu.au
Mr John Williams, Deputy Principal, via JOHN.H.WILLIAMS@det.nsw.edu.au
Community Languages Program K-6
There are 30 languages taught through this program. Arabic, Auslan, Assyrian, Bengali, Chinese, Dari, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Macedonian, Maori, Nepali, Persian, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Samoan, Serbian, Spanish, Tamil, Tongan, Turkish, Urdu and Vietnamese.
Implementing a Community Languages Program
For information about organising and implementing a Community Languages program at your primary school, download the following document:
Schools in NSW with a Community Languages Program K-6
For a list of primary schools that offer a community languages program, click on the following file:
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