All contents © Government of Western Australia 2020. WA … ����_�3W0�dd�3���#���\f��������� Our families are enrolled, too, and we strive to maintain strong, safe and enduring relationships with our Aboriginal students, their carers and the wider community. hޔSM��0�+>���8�� LYNWOOD Senior High School has been named the Secondary School of the Year at the WA Education Awards. Caladenia Primary School is a place of collaboration where staff strive to create a productive, positive and rewarding climate in which the community learns and grows. Speak to your principal about recognising staff who go above and beyond at your school. “They all believe we are making the transition to school a much easier process for all students and parents,” he says. A full list of finalists is available on the Winners and Finalists page. WA School Services Staff Member of the Year 2019. FINALISTS for the 2019 WA Education Awards have been announced. Cassandra Wilson, Dawul Remote Community School. Principal Fellows Principals' Fellowship Program 2017-2018 Principals' Fellowship Program 2018-2019 Principals' Fellowship Program 2019-2020. %PDF-1.6 %���� Demonstrating the very best in public education, our staff and schools give our children a world of opportunities to grow, learn and shine. The school is renowned for the leadership opportunities it provides students as young as six in the whole-school student council. Community News is the official media partner of the WA Education Awards and sponsor of the WA Secondary School of the Year category. Ngalak djerabin noonook djinaniny. Thank you for taking the time to provide feedback, we will review and respond as required. OSPI and the State Board of Education gave out Washington Achievement Awards from 2009 to 2016. This award recognises primary schools that focus intently on the learning and development of students from the start of their schooling experiences through to early adolescence. Free short courses, Half price courses, and more — Get skills ready, and job ready! Josh views IT issues as opportunities to challenge himself, and although he is the youngest member of our staff he brings a wealth of knowledge to his role. Mon, 28 October 2019 7:08PM. WA Premier's Primary Teacher of the Year 2019, Jonathan Petch, Wattle Grove Primary School, WA Premier's Excellence in Aboriginal Education Award, WA Premier's Secondary Teacher of the Year 2019, Keith Svendsen, Baldivis Secondary College, WA Aboriginal and Islander Education Officer of the Year 2019, Lois Little, Newton Moore Senior High School, WA School Services Staff Member of the Year 2019, Chris Dullard, Shenton College Deaf Education Centre, Cassandra Wilson, Dawul Remote Community School. We are happy to see you. “Public schools in WA provide a high-quality learning environment for children every day,” she said. The state system covers businesses which operate as sole traders, unincorporated partnerships, unincorporated trust arrangements as well as any incorporated associations or not for profit bodies that are not trading or financial corporations. ��3��Pq�*�H#��'�+aĴ +1�úC�,�sI��ܑ�L�>B����Px|&���ڲs�`�eW�,P5л��|:Ԩ>Yy���p��}L5��\��@%M�8d���, See our previous winners and finalists of the WA Education Awards. All contents copyright Government of Western Australia. D��'����*J.���b�/r�p�6{d�q�lɌ'��v��f�;d�?�=�/XH� Uniform Order Form. We seek to counteract the grief, loss, disconnection and fragmentation that has impacted multiple generations of Noongar peoples. In 2019, the Awards celebrate 25 years of excellence in the training sector through employers, organisations and training providers as well as individual talent setting the benchmark for our future workforce. 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The Western Australian Training Awards (WATA) is the State’s premier awards program recognising excellence in vocational education and training (VET) and the outstanding achievements of our VET students, apprentices and trainees, practitioners and training providers, organisations and employers. =�BO���S�)t�)�A��|E�2_���W�+���|E�2_����>(��e-���]ٻ�we�ޕ�+zw�q�q�q�q�q�q�q�q�q�q�q�qtppXᝪ(�e�ӆqL_�����c���Z��=���M�dR~�_ �5� 1346 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[]/Index[1334 21]/Info 1333 0 R/Length 69/Prev 382060/Root 1335 0 R/Size 1355/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream +Hg`-RҌ�'�tk� ����,�r H�2�^n�(cx` ���~ Friday, 16 November 2018 - 10:57am Recognising the State's best in vocational education and training. The awards acknowledge the role educators play in children’s lives and recognises their hard work and dedication. Since 2001 our school has worked in partnership with our Noongar community members and students to develop and renew our Aboriginal community agreement which celebrates the spirit, strength, resilience and intellect of Noongar peoples. “The enthusiasm and quality of music in the school is a direct result of a strong and supportive synergy between staff, students and parents to provide the best possible outcome for all students,” Edward says.