School success – have your say on what school success looks like! The NSW Department of Education wants to hear from parents and carers

Reflecting on the challenges of the past few years, the NSW Department of Education is reviewing and evaluating what school success looks like. It’s enhancing ways to support student success and wellbeing as part of ongoing school reform.  The goal is to support our schools in a way that is more responsive to their needs and priorities.

Parents of primary and secondary school students are invited to register interest to attend a focus group to voice their perspectives on schools and share their experiences.  By participating, parents and carers will inform the Department what is working well, what needs to be improved, and will be involved in shaping new and innovative initiatives.

Sessions will be facilitated across NSW in face-to-face and online forums in weeks 5, 6 and 7 of Term 4 (7 – 25 November 2022).   The NSW Department of Education would value your contribution.

To express interest in joining a session please register here:

To learn more about the School Success Model, view the webinar co-hosted by P&C Federation and the NSW Department of Education on 4 August, 2022.  The webinar shared with parents and carers some of the work being done to support NSW public schools in the delivery of quality education.

Alternatively, read Group Deputy Secretary, School Improvement, Simone Walker’s article on page 6 of the Term 1, 2022 P&C Journal which looked at ways the School Success Model is making an impact in public schools.  See the Term 1 Parent & Citizen Journal.

For more information, visit here.