St George Girls High School is currently updating its casual list for languages. We require casual teachers of Japanese, French and Latin. Interested teachers are requested to send their CV to Sybille Georgius.
Port Hacking High School (Miranda) is looking for a Japanese/French teacher to work on Thursdays and Fridays in Terms 1 and 2 in a dynamic Languages faculty. The load is mainly Japanese with 3 hours/fortnight of French. Classes include Year 7 Japanese, Year 8 Japanese, Year 8 French, Year 9 Japanese as well as sport. Port Hacking High School is a comprehensive high school with an excellent reputation in the Sutherland Shire. For further enquiries and to apply please email Belinda Munro-Laylim.
To renew your membership or join NAFT, visit the NAFT home page at www.naft.org.au
Click on the JOIN button on the top home page and complete the membership forms.
Membership is valid from Term 1 to Term 1 of the following year.
NOTE: Previous memberships have expired and are no longer valid.
If you know of anyone new to teaching French, please give them this information.
Since NAFT has gained BOSTES/NESA accreditation for a number of its professional development workshops, you are require to enter your BOSTES/NESA number. If you do not have a BOSTES/NESA number, choose the NA option.
SCROLL down the list to find your school. Please ensure that your school email address is correct as this will be essential for the Bac Blanc. If your school does not appear on the alphabetical list, please choose “Other” and contact the webmaster for NAFT at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are casual and not attached to a school, or on leave, unemployed or a student teacher, scroll to the bottom of the schools list and select one of the alternatives.
The first major event of the year is the BAC BLANC workshop at SCEGGS school on Saturday 25 February 2017. NAFT has gained BOSTES/NESA recognition for this workshop. However, in order to participate you must be a financial member of NAFT, so please ensure you complete your membership details before the event.
In 2017, NAFT will continue using PTC (the Professional Teachers’ Council) to collect fees for all activities. This means you must fill in your payment details very clearly and carefully, especially if paying via EFT.
NAFT recommends you pay via PAYPAL as this is a secure method that gives you an instant receipt.
A reminder: NAFT does NOT have school memberships. Therefore, each teacher must fill in a membership form with individual details.
Membership is for individuals, so that if you change school or teaching circumstances, you keep your membership for the year.
Membership fees to professional organisations are tax deductible.
NOTE: Any late memberships after Term 1 will be subject to an additional administration fee of $50.00.
We hope that our website will make the year a smooth and successful one in our aim to keep the French teachers of NSW at the forefront of innovation and pedagogy.
Bonne année 2017 et bonne continuation.
Jacquie Hilmer and Annabel Gassmann
Co-presidents - NAFT 2017
The DoE has copies of the following French language resources to give away for free:
First in, best dressed.
Carrousel Theatre will be touring Sydney and surrounding areas from Monday 31 July to Wednesday 16 August 2017, presenting their bilingual show “The Jungle Book”.
The show is available in French, as well as various other languages (German, Italian, Indonesian, Spanish).
The shows are designed for school students learning a new language and are based on renowned tales adapted for puppetry.
Performances and language are adapted according to student age and language level. The performances are suitable for:
Preparation resources for each show can be downloaded from www.carrousel.com.au
Please refer to the attached flyer for further information. Enquiries about available dates and bookings can be made at email@example.com or by calling 0430 539 888.
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