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2018 TCEC Recognition Awards and 25 Years of Service Awards

Congratulations to the recipients of the TCEC Recognition Awards and 25 Years of Service Awards.

Their contribution wil be acknowledged at presentation functions at Devonport, Launceston and Hobart during Catholic Eduation Week, 18 - 24 March 2018.

Congratulations to all recipients for their outstanding contribution to Catholic Education in Tasmania.

Catholic Parents commends the parties on the successful outcome of negotiations for new agreement.

Catholic Parents commends the parties on the successful outcome of negotiations for new agreement.

Media Release

The Tasmanian Catholic Schools Parents Council commends the Tasmanian Catholic Education Office and the Independent Education Union on the successful outcome of negotiations for a new Tasmanian Catholic Education agreement.

Adolescent Seminars Launceston and Hobart

Leading Australian Adolescence experts to speak in Tasmania

Media Release

Two of Australia’s leading advocates on raising adolescents will lead a symposium on navigating the years from childhood to young adulthood in Launceston and Hobart next month.

Tasmanian Catholic Schools Parents Council Position Statement Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse

The Tasmanian Catholic Schools Parents Council [TCSPC] welcomes the Royal Commission, which is inquiring into how institutions with a responsibility for children have managed and responded to allegations and instances of child sexual abuse.

The TCSPC acknowledges the sadness and deep concern among families regarding the mishandling of abuse cases by the Catholic Church and other institutions.

Tasmanian Catholic Schools Parents Council, St Patrick's College Parents and Friends Association and Australian Parents Council presents: keynote and workshop with David Price OBE

David’s talk highlights the challenge facing all parents and educators in how to best support children for a future where we cannot predict what jobs will exist. The much talked about 21st century skills require us to re-think the way we interact, teach, and use social, formal and informal learning. Partnership mindset between educators, students and parents must be strong if we are to develop the skills with students that are necessary for student success. This workshop explores: What does learning look like in schools today and in the future?

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