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Australian Parents Council Survey

Published: Oct 16, 2018, No Comments.

Australian Parents Council want to hear what are the education and school issues that most concern you? What do you really care about? What education choices have you made and why did you make them? Do you care about opportunities, funding, fairness and/or choice? Are you worried there’s too much technology in the classroom, or […]

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Dr Kristy Goodwin: Raising Your Child in a Digital World

Published: Sep 10, 2018, No Comments.

APFACTS is proud to present Dr Kristy Goodwin with “Raising your Child in a Digital World” on September 24th at 7.30pm. Dr Kristy Goodwin, a digital parenting educator, author and researcher (& mum who also deals with her kids’ techno-tantrums), delivers research-based information to parents about the overwhelming and confusing task of raising young kids […]

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Celebration Day for Girls

Celebration Day for Girls

Published: Jun 21, 2018, No Comments.

  Did you know that the average age for periods to start is 12.6 years but can be as early as 8 years of age? Are you prepared?? Come along to a presentation from Positive Menstrual Health Educators; Patricia Falcetta and Julia Dendrinos. Research shows that talking openly with your daughter about periods reduces anxiety […]

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e-safety presentation @ Edutech

Published: Jun 14, 2018, No Comments.

The Australian Parents Council presented a parent engagement session at the recent Edutech conference in Sydney. One of the presenters was Kellie Britnell from the office of the e-safety commissioner. She was a fabulous and engaging presenter who spoke about how to keep our children safe online and how the office can assit you in […]

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Media Release – Gonski 2.0

Published: May 1, 2018, No Comments.

APFACTS Media release

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APFACTS Blog

Published: Nov 27, 2014, No Comments.

WORLD TEACHERS DAY   Friday 27th October 2017 (Australia) Can you think of a time where a teacher’s influence was a turning point in your own life? My favourite teacher was Miss Leeton in Kindy and Year 1. I can’t even tell you what made her so special, but I can tell you that I was […]

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