Curriculum networks provide opportunities for discussion and capacity building for inclusive education of all NSW students.
Resources and links to support K-12 inclusive education in NSW public schools include:
- The Aboriginal education and communities website provides useful links for teachers including Aboriginal Education in NSW public schools where they can find strategies to achieve outcomes for Aboriginal students K-12, and increase knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and culture
- Advice on disability, learning and support including personalised support for student learning and learning and support which ensures that every student enjoys a rigorous, meaningful and dignified education
- Support for NSW Department of Education preschools regarding transition to school and interventions. There are also resources and professional learning to support families on the early learning website.
- Support and information for English as an additional language or dialect education (EAL/D). EAL/D teaching and learning focuses on students learning English in context and across the curriculum. A range of EAL/D resources for teachers and students and teacher EAL/D professional learning opportunities are available
- The High Potential and Gifted Education (HPGE) Policy that applies to all NSW public schools, teachers and students. It describes a framework to develop the talent of high potential and gifted students. High Potential and Gifted Education implementation advice and resources are available for school leaders and teachers. HPGE professional learning builds leader and teacher capacity to implement the policy and effectively cater for the needs of HPGE students
- Multicultural education resources and advice which provide support to schools to build culturally inclusive and responsive learning environments to benefit all students
- Rural and distance education provides advice, information and support for rural and remote education, distance education, access program for senior secondary students and the virtual high school, Aurora College
- The Wellbeing Framework for Schools which supports schools to create learning environments that enable students to be healthy, happy, engaged and successful. Wellbeing in our NSW public schools is driven by the themes of connect, succeed and thrive. Resources to support wellbeing are available on the Student wellbeing website
- A wide range of resources that are available for schools when supporting refugee students including professional learning and targeted support
- Technology 4 learning which provides resources and professional learning to empower teachers to create engaging digital classrooms. Teachers can use the Digital learning selector to access new ideas for integrating digital technologies in their teaching practice.