16 September 2017 - The Byron Bay Public School community got its first look today at how its proposed major upgrade will look with a new flythrough animation.
13 September 2017 Education Minister Rob Stokes today honoured the most outstanding students, teachers and parents across NSW public schools in the Minister’s Awards for Excellence for 2017.
13 September 2017 It’s the beginning of the ‘business end’ of the school year, with more than 70,000 students counting down to the official end of Year 12, less than two weeks away.
11 September 2017 - A focus on principals as educational leaders is the rationale behind a new school leadership strategy.
31 August 2017 - Newly arrived refugees attending Catholic and independent schools will benefit from $2.7 million to fund intensive language tuition and other specialist support.
10 August 2017 - NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today congratulated 21 of the State’s best teachers whose commitment to quality education has been rewarded with a 2017 Premier’s Teacher Scholarship.
3 August 2017 - NSW students scored above the national average and rank in the top three for all tests for all year levels.
Education Minister Rob Stokes today applauded the dedication of staff in NSW Governments schools who daily improve children’s lives through the transformative power of education.
22 July 2017 A comprehensive anti-bullying resource, developed under the guidance of leading Australian academics is now available for use by students, teachers and parents.
20 July 2017 - Cherrybrook Technology High School will receive 18 new classrooms under a $12 million expansion now underway.
20 June 2017 - The NSW Government will spend $4.2 billion over the next four years on capital expenditure to cater for surging enrolments.
19 June 2017 - The NSW Government will start building or upgrading more than 120 schools and complete work on another 33 over the next four years.
29 May 2017 - new HSC Science Extension Course offers new research opportunities for students.
29 May 2017 - Valuable archaeological finds are being recorded and preserved as site work preparation continues for the new high rise Arthur Phillip High School and Parramatta Public Schools.
12 May 2017 - An indoor aquatic centre is set to be built at Denistone East Public School under a shared use project agreement.
2 May 2017 - Government schools with the longest maintenance lists will have them slashed in coming months with a record $390 million being spent on a new backlog repair blitz announced today.
1 May 2017 - Students with physical and intellectual disabilities will benefit from a hydrotherapy pool, sensory garden and purpose-built learning areas at the new Fernhill School.
27 April 2017 - Students in inner Sydney will have a new world-class high-rise school designed by an award-winning architectural firm, Education Minister Rob Stokes announced today.
27 April 2017 - Education Minister Rob Stokes today announced the establishment of a powerful new delivery unit to oversee the planning, supply and maintenance of NSW schools.
31 March 2017 - Education Minister Rob Stokes welcomed today’s release of the HSC English prescribed texts and confirmed that Year 12 students will be required to study a high quality novel.
31 March 2017 - Greater environmental protection for nearby greenspace is a priority of the revised plan for the redevelopment of Manly Vale Public School, which will deliver 40 new classrooms, a new
27 March 2017 - A review of NSW university teaching degrees has identified the need to better prepare teachers for an increasingly digital and online world.
23 March 2017 - Member for Kiama Gareth Ward today said he will be a passionate advocate for school students and teachers in his new appointment as Parliamentary Secretary for Education.
28 February 2017 - School canteens will promote freshly made foods such as sandwiches, pastas and stir fries.
8 February 2017 - Minister for Education Rob Stokes praised the achievements of his predecessor Member for Murray Adrian Piccoli.
4 February 2017 - More high quality schools will be delivered under draft planning reforms to address the increasing enrolments caused by the state’s strong population growth.