Events

Upcoming events 

 Building a Child’s Sense of Agency

with Kathy Phipps

Join Kathy Phipps, Early Education Leader Peer Network Champion, in a live online session about building a child’s sense of agency, recognising their right to make judgements for themselves and how this can spark their own learning.

WED 15 SEPT | 7PM to 8PM

Past events 

Press Pause and Play

with Jannelle Gallagher 

WED 18 AUG | 7PM to 8PM 

An audience with Merise Bickley

Lead Early Childhood NSW EDUCATION STANDARDS AUTHORITY

TUES 22 JUN | 2PM to 3PM

Mini Conference

with Kerrie Maguire, Linda Newman, Dr Karen Watson, Associate Professor Cathrine Neilsen-Hewett & Dr Kaylene Henderson

TUES 15 JUN | 8:45AM to 3:45PM 

Critical Reflection

with Debra Williams

TUES 1 JUN | 1.30PM to 2.30PM

Reconciliation Action Plan

with Zoe Cassim from Narragunnawali

TUES 4 MAY | 1.30 to 2.30PM

Did you know?

Your participation in the NSW Early Education Leaders Peer Network can contribute to your NESA hours as Elective PD.

NESA Elective PD must meet the Australian professional teaching standards at the applicable accreditation level and be selected from the list of approved Elective PD activities. The Elective PD recorded for your maintenance of accreditation requirements must also address specified Elective PD criteria guidelines.

CELA has reviewed these guidelines for the Early Education Leaders Peer Network initiative and have aligned this initiative with;

  • Standard 7 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, ‘Professional Engagement Standard 7 – Engage Professionally with colleagues, parents, carers and the community’, specifically;
  • 7.4 Engage with professional teaching networks and broader communities.

For more information on NESA accreditation please visit the following links: · Changes to NESA PD requirements; PD requirements | NSW Education Standards · For further scenario information please visit; Transition arrangement scenarios | NSW Education Standards

NSW Department of Education funded the Peer Network under the Sector Development Program from September 2020 to June 2021.