New South Wales
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A Primary Experience - NSW Chapter visits
On 30th July over 75 registrants, members and non members, visited two recently completed primary school developments: Barker College’s Junior School in Hornsby and Wenona’s Woodstock Infants School i...
Published: Sunday 11 August 2013
Learning Plazas - a reflection
Following the CEFPI NSW visit to the MLC School "Enlightenment" spaces they reminded me of the use of prototype "learning plaza" spaces at New Line Learning Academy in Kent (UK).There is surprisingly ...
Published: Wednesday 19 June 2013
MLC School Site visit
‘This space and these tasks opened our eyes to the direction of schooling in the future.’ Caitlin Hort Year 10 (2011) In 2011, MLC School Burwood began a master plan process where as part of the pro...
Published: Monday 20 May 2013
NSW Chapter Eileen O'Connor Centre visit
"The recently refurbished Eileen O'Connor Centre supports students with diverse learning needs in Sydney Catholic schools through physical, virtual and blended learning with contemporary technology fa...
Published: Wednesday 8 May 2013
NSW Chapter AGM Report 2012
NSW Chapter AGM report presented at the regional AGM in November 2012....
Published: Friday 30 November 2012
Visiting Giant Steps
Recently we had the opportunity to host a CEFPI visit to Giant Steps, a specialist school for children on the Autism Spectrum. Principal Kerrie Nelson warmly welcomed the group of about 40, including ...
Published: Tuesday 9 October 2012
NSW Chapter- Canberra site visit
A regional visit to two exciting learning places in the ACT. CEFPI NSW organised a regional excursion to Canberra to visit two exciting schools. The event was well attended with over 60 participants,...
Published: Monday 20 August 2012
NSW Chapter Newsletter - April 2012
NSW Chapter Newsletter – April 2012...
Published: Thursday 26 April 2012
Nokia, IKEA & pickled herrings: Learning from Scandinavia
Anne Knock from Sydney Centre for Innovation in Learning (SCIL) presented the first CEFPI NSW seminar and reflected on what can be learnt from Scandinavia. The presentation was an amalgam of trips tak...
Published: Friday 30 March 2012
This page last updated: Thursday 15 October 2015