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October 14th 2011
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WA Schools' Network

The Western Australia Department of Education Advisory Schools Project comprises 14 Western Australian schools ranging in needs and circumstances (such as remote schools, education support centre/special needs, intensive English centre, district high schools, and metropolitan primary schools) who have volunteered to view and use the ACTF resources in order to provide feedback on how they could be optimised to suit their specific needs. New lessons and worksheets have been added to the WA portal as a result of the Advisory Schools’ suggestions of possible learning activities.

For more information on the ACTF Advisory Schools Network, visit the Partnerships section of our website.

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Curator and writer Jennifer Forest has collaborated with ACTF First Nations Designer April Phillips to update content in the My Place for Teachers decade timeline, aiming to better represent diverse voices from Australia’s past. 

August 11th 2022

New resource: Writing rubrics

In response to teacher feedback received last year, the ACTF has developed writing rubrics to support students entering the 2022 My Place Competition.

August 11th 2022

Entries for the 2022 My Place Competition open Monday

Students are invited to submit their creative writing entries for the 2022 My Place Competition from 15 August – 16 September.

July 27th 2022

New resource supports teachers to explore consent and identity in the classroom

Secondary teachers across Australia now have access to a new resource to safely explore challenging topics with teenage students, including consent and respectful relationships.

July 26th 2022

Virtual workshop recordings now live

During Term 2, the ACTF learning team delivered two live virtual workshops exploring the impact of light and colour in television series and a behind-the-scenes look at the series Li'l Elvis Jones and the Truckstoppers. These recordings and resources are now available to view and explore on our website.

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