Monday 6 December 2021, 12:00 pm
The 13th Annual Deadly Kids Awards recognises the outstanding achievements demonstrated in Aboriginal Education, during 2021 from students and staff in schools. The ceremony will be held as a virtual celebration has been pre-recorded and will be launched live on the Department of Education’s homepage using the link below. It will also be made available to view live on demand after the broadcast.
The Ashfield Music School are offering an Indigenous student scholarship for weekly 30-minute piano or double bass lessons for 2022. Applications are invited from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander primary and high school students who wish to learn the piano or double bass. No prior knowledge or skills are required to be eligible.
To apply go to https://www.ashfieldmusicschool.com/scholarship
Applications close 30 December 2021. Interviews will be conducted in the week following and applicants will be notified of the outcome once all interviews have been concluded.
Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network are putting the call out for deadly First Nations young people who are passionate about protecting and healing country and have some great art skills!
- Are you a First Nations young person who’s passionate about healing and protecting country?
- Do you have deadly art skills?
- Can you create a piece of artwork that captures the theme Heal Country?
Seed is offering $1000 plus some other prizes for the best artwork that captures the theme.
Entries close 30 November.
Send your entries to "> with your name a brief description of how your artwork captures the theme Heal country.
| NSW Department of Education
Have Your Say! Parent and carer survey on consent education – open now
Consent is saying yes to something happening or agreeing to do something freely, without fear, force or pressure.
Past and present students across the state are calling for better consent education.
A recent petition by former Sydney student Chanel Contos led to thousands of young people sharing their stories of witnessing or experiencing sexual harassment, abuse and violence among young people. This sparked calls for earlier and better consent education for students.
The NSW Department of Education (Department) has committed to working together with parents to improve consent education.
We would like to hear your views. Please tell us what you think by completing the following short anonymous parent survey: Consent education survey Consent education survey link.
This survey is available in English and 10 other languages and will take less than 10 minutes to complete. It will help the Department understand what parents and carers know about consent education in schools today, and what kinds of resources will help them to talk about consent with their children and young people at home.
The overall results will be shared on the following NSW Department of Education website later this year: Consent education website.
The Department wants to hear from parents and carers of NSW public school students from all communities. Together, we can help our children and young people form healthy relationships.
Have your say by completing the survey now. Go to Consent education survey
UAC Live Q&A
Parent and Carer Update and Q&A: Facebook | 25 Nov 2021 | 5pm
Kim Paino, UAC General Manager, Marketing and Engagement, will provide an update on UAC applications for 2022 study. Head to the comments to ask us a question.
For more info head to https://www.uac.edu.au/schools/uac-digital
BudgetPromotion.com.au is a leading Australian supplier of Promotional Merchandise. We invite applications from people of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander backgound for our new annual sponsorship award.
We value the role of education in our community, and believe in supporting those who may need a little financial assistance in attaining further education. We acknowledge that gaining access to further education for many people of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background is especially challenging with financial constraints being a particular barrier. This annual sponsorship will be awarded to someone who can demonstrate that the further education they are gaining will advance their community.
This program is open to anyone of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background that is currently, or about to, undertake any type of further education.
HOW TO APPLY
To be considered for this sponsorship we invite students to submit an application that includes a small essay.
Email us and describe in the body of the email:
- Educational establishment attending or going to attend
- Dates of your Study
- A brief outline of the special circumstances you feel that makes you a candidate for the sponsorship
Attach a short essay: 500+ words that state how your education is going to positively impact others in either your local community or in the wider world
Applications for August 2022 scholarship must be received by August 15 2022.
For more info and to apply, please head to: https://www.budgetpromotion.com.au/sponsorship/
An exciting job opportunity available at NASCA
For more information, please head to https://nasca.org.au/get-involved/work-with-us/