AGM and Mini-Conference

The Parent and Friends Federation of Western Australia’s Annual General Meeting will be held on May the 27th in the St Peter’s Primary School Staff Room. In addition to the AGM, we have organised a Mini Conference with two keynote speakers, Mandy Weidmann, publisher of the Fundraising Directory and Allan Blagaich, CEO, School Curriculum and… [Read more…]

Autism Masterclass – No More Meltdowns

For those with a professional or personal interest in achieving better outcomes for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder e.g. Educators (Teachers, Principals), Clinicians, Therapists, Parents, Health Professionals, Carers, Academics and Service Providers, there is an amazing 2 Day Program being run by Jed Baker PhD on 22nd and 23rd June here in Perth. About the… [Read more…]

Aboriginal Secondary Student Bursaries 2016

Applications are now invited from Aboriginal families who would like their children to receive a Catholic Secondary Education. Bursaries will assist with the cost of tuition fees and will be provided at the schools listed below. Bursaries do not cover boarding fees. The bursaries are intended to recognise commitment to schooling by Aboriginal students as well… [Read more…]

KidsMatter Webinar – 28th April

KidsMatter will be hosting a Nation-wide webinar on Tuesday the 28th April discussing the Social and Emotional Wellbeing of Aboriginal Children and the resources developed by KidsMatter over the past months, including animated films, to promote better social and emotional growth. The webinar will commence at 5:30PM WST and run until 6:30PM and requires registration…. [Read more…]

Great Southern Early Years Network – Growing Capacity Conference

Great Southern Early Years Network - Building Capacity

The Great Southern Early Years Network is a great advocate for early childhood learning and with the help of industry and the government aim to operate a sustainable, collaborative model which works to build the capacity of all families in the Great Southern to achieve optimal development outcomes for young children (0-4 years). They are hosted their 2015… [Read more…]