Information about working in or operating early childhood education services including outside school hours care. Plus, information for parents including how to choose a service and supporting your child for their transition to school.
Access info for students, parents and carers including: calendars, school operational status, key initiatives, visitor check-in procedures, and translated documents.
Skills NSW helps post high school students find courses in vocational training across a wide variety of industries and course providers.
The NSW Department of Education is committed to employing the best and brightest teachers who can teach and make a difference in NSW public schools.
NSW Department of Education's information on curriculum taught in NSW schools, Aboriginal education and communities & personalised support.
Learn about the NSW education department, who we are and how we operate. Explore our people, accountabilities, jobs, opportunities and much more.
An A-Z of resources most important to parents and carers.
Options for prospective students: School Finder, co-ed high schools, community language classes, enrolment process, selective schools and opportunity classes.
Connected Communities is implemented to achieve Aboriginal student educational outcomes in complex and diverse communities in NSW.
School learning resources, travel assistance, preparation tips, remote learning, privacy, attendance, and school community.
Information on health care procedures, immunisation rules, road and sun safety information.
Information to support NSW families with children with disability and additional learning and support needs.
Practical advice and information to help your child, learn more about mental health, and care for your wellbeing.
Discover resources to support your child for life after school — from further study to choosing a career.
Tell Them From Me surveys are a key tool to measure student engagement and wellbeing in NSW public schools.
What you can do if your child has been bullied, seen bullying, or if they may have been involved in bullying.
Quality-assured and curriculum-aligned learning resources for students that can be used at home or at school.
The Department of Education encourages the community and education groups to use school facilities when these are not required by the school.
Jam-packed with curated lists, self-care tips and helpful advice, it aims to give you a head start and continued support during the school holidays and beyond.