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NCEC Conference 2020 – The Future is Listening
September 6-9th in Melbourne

Click here to register: https://ncec2020.edu.au/.

Other events in CSPV will either host, facilitate or attend in 2020 include:

• Executive Meetings

• Council meetings

• Victorian Institute of Teaching quarterly meetings

• Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority quarterly meetings

• VRQA Annual Breakfast invitational

• Quarterly meetings with Directors of Catholic education in diocese of Ballarat, Sale and Sandhurst and the Archdiocese of Melbourne.

• CEM Steering Committee for the development of governance

• NCEC 2020 Conference Organising Committee

Professional Learning Conferences

19 February – 3 March 2018 – Dr Debbie Pushor across Victoria
21-22 March 2018 – National Future Schools Expo and Conference – featuring Sir Ken Robinson
24 – 25 May 2018 – Parents and Friends WA Conference – Perth
31 May – 1 June 2018- Positive Schools Conference – Melbourne Convention Centre
8,9,10 June 2018 – QLD Parents and Friends Conference – Townsville QLD – featuring Dr Karen Mapp and Jenni Brasington – Dual Capacity Framework
3 – 5 October 2018- ACEL Conference – Melbourne
9–12 December 2018 – World Curriculum Studies Conference – Melbourne https://www.iaacs2018.info/

There are several events in the CSPV calendar each year.

Anne T Henderson
4th May 2020

In 2020 CSPV are excited to facilitate a full day professional learning event with keynote speaker and facilitator, Anne T Henderson. Anne is a Senior Consultant, National Association for Family, School and Community Engagement (NAFSCE) and well known author of 'Beyond the Bake Sale.'

Anne works with families, educators, community organisations, foundations, education agencies, and advocacy groups all over the world, to improve student learning by engaging families and community resources in education. Her focus is low-income families from diverse backgrounds, who are often blamed or written off when their children struggle in school. She is currently engaged in The National Association for Family, School and Community Engagement (NAFSCE), to advance high impact practices of family, school and community engagement to promote child development and improve student achievement. Go to: www.NAFSCE.org to learn more.

Save the Date: Monday 4th May 2020 with more details to come.