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The launch of Education Week

Premier highlights the value of public education

Kiama and Parramatta public schools hosted the launch of Education Week today. The Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, with (from left): Education Minister Rob Stokes; State Member for Parramatta, Geoff Lee; Department of Education Secretary Mark Scott; student performers and comperes, and the Principal of Parramatta Public School, Gail Charlier (far right). Public education can be the springboard to the top job in New South Wales. That was the message from the Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, as she launched Education Week celebrations today at... Read more

Education Week starts on 6 August 2018

Education Week 2018 - Today's schools creating tomorrow's world

The future of education will be showcased in NSW public schools from August 6 – 10 as students, teachers and parents across the state celebrate Education Week 2018. Education Week kicks off on Monday, August 6, with a simultaneous launch at Parramatta and Kiama public schools livestreamed on YouTube so all government schools and their communities can join in. This year's theme, Today's schools – creating tomorrow's world, highlights how NSW public schools are equipping young people with the skills and capabilities they need to thrive in a... Read more

Students from Condell Park Public School

New uniform policy for NSW public schools

A new uniform policy has been introduced for NSW public schools, which for the first time include the option for girls to wear shorts and pants. The Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, and the Minister for Education, Rob Stokes, announced the new "clear and concise" policy today at Condell Park Public School in Sydney. Ms Berejiklian said the "modern makeover" would ensure that uniforms were practical and comfortable for students and affordable for parents. The new policy says all students should have the opportunity to access the full range of... Read more

Craig Reucassel

Public schools building great Australian lives

The Public Education Foundation has launched a new campaign promoting the importance of public schools to the community. The online campaign helps raise awareness and instil confidence in parents and the community that our public schools provide a vibrant, inclusive and high quality education to all Australians. The videos feature three famous Australians who credit their public education for equipping them with the skills and values that have enabled them to go on and make great contributions to society. David Hetherington, executive director... Read more

Impression of new Alexandria Park Community School

More new classrooms, preschool places and teachers in $17.3 billion education budget

NSW Budget 2018 features historic firsts for education, including record funding to expand the number of new and upgraded schools, unprecedented investment to air condition more classrooms and universal pre-school for three year olds. Above: Artist impression of the new Alexandria Park Community School. Credit: Design | TKD Architects, Visualisation | Narrative. Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, Education Minister Rob Stokes and Early Childhood Minister Sarah Mitchell outlined a range of new initiatives funded by the $17.3 billion education... Read more

Professor John Buchanan speaking

Report shows pathways to success in brave new world

Schools will need to open their doors to stronger relationships with employers and workplaces if students are to thrive in a future world rich with artificial intelligence and disruptive technologies. The finding is contained in a report, 'Preparing for the best and worst of times', commissioned by the NSW Department of Education to examine the skills Australia's children will need as AI and other technologies "transform Australia's economy, the workplace and the community". "This report reflects the NSW Department of Education's commitment... Read more

The successful team of students

Gamechanger Challenge finalists announced

The 16 teams selected to compete in the inaugural Game Changer Challenge in Education Week have been announced. Superfast scooters to transport students between classes, time travel excursions to key moments in history, sustainable schools that are self-sufficient in power, water and food and real-time brain scans to track student learning and wellbeing. These are just some of the futuristic visions that helped propel 16 NSW school teams into the finals of the Game Changer Challenge which will be held in Sydney during Education Week from... Read more

Planet Ark

Cromer Campus Supporting Planet Ark

'Cartridges 4 Planet Ark' is an innovative recycling program that provides Australians with a free, easy and environmentally-accredited way to recycle their used printer cartridges.' Cromer Campus students recently featured with Layne Beachley in the Planet Ark Promo. Check it out!... You tube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-t-FDXsSbU... Read more

Entertainment Book

2018 Entertainment Book - Membership

Northern Beaches Secondary College - Cromer Campus is fundraising with the Entertainment fundraiser this year, and we'd appreciate your continued support. Your 2017 | 2018 Entertainment Membership is expiring on 1 June 2018. Please continue supporting P&C Association by purchasing the 2018 | 2019 Entertainment Membership from us today. Hundreds of great value offers are ready for your enjoyment, while also helping our fundraising! Please Support us Here... Read more

Are you the Game Changer we're looking for?

Education Week will be a game changer

Excursions to the moon, teleporting between classes, face recognition roll call or a school without bell times or walls – the school of the future is only limited by your imagination. That is the message from the organisers of an exciting new challenge being launched today in the lead up to Education Week 2018. The inaugural Game Changer Challenge will showcase the theme of this year's Education Week, Today's schools – creating tomorrow's world, which highlights how NSW public schools are equipping young people with the skills and capabilities... Read more

Staff Dev Day

School Resumes Monday 30th of April for Staff AND Students

Monday 30th of April is a normal school day for Cromer students and staff. A kind reminder that the Term 2 Staff Professional Development Day will take place Monday July 2nd, Week 10, Term 2 this year. Please be advised of this change and consider this date in your forward planning.... Read more

STEM

Introducing Cromer Campus Science and STEM

Welcome to the Cromer Campus Science website! (Please click the Picture above) You will be able to find all the videos, links, resources and other necessary information that is relevant to your studies. Inspiring the next generation of learners, to be problem solvers, innovators and leaders. And of course, develop inquisitive science minds.... Read more

Theme: Today's schools – creating tomorrow's world

EdWeek 2018 - theme and dates announced

This year's Education Week will be held from Monday 6 August to Friday 10 August 2018 (Term 3, Week 3). The theme for Education Week is ‘Today's schools – creating tomorrow's world'. This theme communicates how NSW public schools are equipping young people with the skills and capabilities they need to thrive in a rapidly changing, globalised world. Video: Mark Scott announces theme for EdWeek 2018 You tube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ULMFWr7_OzU... Read more

Open Night 2018

Cromer Campus Open Night

Cromer Campus Open Night is fast approaching. Come and see our fantastic school and learn about the opportunities afforded to students who attend Cromer Campus. You can meet the Principal Justin Hong, speak to staff and participate in student led tours of the school. Enquiries can be made on 9981 1155.... Read more

Orienteering

Saturday Orienteering comes to Cromer Campus

On Saturday February the 17th, Orienteering sessions come to Cromer Campus. No experience with orienteering is necessary. Come along and give it a try! Meet on the western side of the school oval. Sessions commence between 9.30am and 11.00am. Further info Please follow the attached link to view more information http://www.boldhorizons.com.au/explore-discover-grow/events/saturday-orienteering-series/ The Saturday Orienteering Series is open to everyone! No experience is necessary and courses are ideal for anyone wishing to get some exercise and... Read more

Duke of Ed

Duke of Edinburgh's Award Information Evenings

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award is available to all 14–25 year olds, regardless of their background. The Award is comprised of three levels each progressively more challenging Bronze For those over 14 years old Silver For those over 15 years old Gold For those over 16 years old Participants are required to complete four sections at each level: Service, Skill, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey. Gold level, participants also complete a Residential Project. Please review the attached flier for the NBSC College... Read more

Bus

Transport Information

Information regarding Cromer Campus bus routes can be found at the following link Location & transport... Read more

uniform

Uniform Policy - Community Consultation

NBSC - Cromer Campus Uniform Policy has been reviewed and we are now seeking community comment. Your input is important, valued and welcome. If you wish to comment or make a suggestion please review the attached DRAFT Policy Document and email the school on NBSCCromer-h.School@det.nsw.edu.au The consultation period closes Friday December 15th. Cromer Campus Uniform (docx 26 KB)... Read more

Exhibition

Cromer Campus - inaugural Art Exhibition

NBSC - Cromer Campus - Inaugural Art Exhibition @ Diversarty Gallery Come and see the artworks of students from Cromer Campus Year 12 major works and a wall of Year 8 landscape paintings. Opening Night - Friday 8th Dec @ 6pm Canapés and Beverages supplied. Gold coin or more on entry to raise funds for NBSC- Cromer Campus Exhibition Flier (pdf 138 KB)... Read more

2018 Resource Allocation Model funding

In October 2017, all NSW public schools will receive a 2018 Planned School Budget Allocation Report. The report will assist with the management of the total budget delivered to schools through the Resource Allocation Model (RAM). The Resource Allocation Model (RAM) methodology distributes funding based on the individual needs of students and schools. This gives schools greater flexibility to make local decisions. Learn more about the 2018 funding by visiting the department's website or watch a short animation about managing the total school... Read more

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