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Making Marks: A Celebration of Children’s Art now part of the UTAS collection

Making Marks: A Celebration of Children’s Art now part of the UTAS collection

The 19th November marked a significant point in the movement of change for children in the early years in Tasmania, with B4 officially handing over a number of the artworks and associated documentation of the Making Marks exhibition to the University of Tasmania (UTAS) collection as part of their study and research resources. By acquisitionContinue reading Making Marks: A Celebration of Children’s Art now part of the UTAS collection

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Tasmanian Early Years Educator Award for Science Education Sponsored by ECET South & STAT open now

Tasmanian Early Years Educator Award for Science Education Sponsored by ECET South & STAT open now

Recognise an exemplary Tasmanian Early Years educator inspiring their learners through science, inquiry and play? Open to all registered Tasmanian Early years educators  (teachers) working in DoE, Catholic or independent schools or Education and Care settings Applications close December 10. Apply online: http://The Marj Colvill Award 2021 | Science Teachers Association of Tasmania Inc. (stat.org.au) Enquiries: awards@stat.org.au

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Tasmanian Women’s Strategy Survey 2022 – 2025

Tasmanian Women’s Strategy Survey 2022 – 2025

The Minister for Women, the Hon Jane Howlett MLC, has announced the release of a public survey to inform the development of the new Tasmanian Women’s Strategy 2022-25. The survey was first conducted in 2017 and received 1300 responses. This survey expands the previous survey with questions about women’s experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, andContinue reading Tasmanian Women’s Strategy Survey 2022 – 2025

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Free Introductory Children’s Rights and Safety Course – 1 Hour Online

Free Introductory Children’s Rights and Safety Course – 1 Hour Online

As members of your community it is important to understand the role you play in ensuring our children’s voices are heard. Children have the right to express their views and have them taken seriously in matters that affect them. When this right is observed, adults can support children more effectively or make informed decisions leadingContinue reading Free Introductory Children’s Rights and Safety Course – 1 Hour Online

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