Networks provide teachers with an opportunity to engage in collegial discussions and to share ideas and strategies, with the aim of enhancing innovative practice and supporting teacher well-being.
Primary languages networks
Primary languages networks are communities of teachers and curriculum advisors that run with financial assistance from the department and support teachers with the implementation of the Modern Languages K-10 syllabus in the K-6 setting.
Network meetings are held once a term and can be accessed face-to-face and online.
Language teachers in primary schools are asked to join Primary Languages Networks on Microsoft Teams. The space will provide ongoing support and the latest information on Primary Language Networks. To access this space, please complete this short entry survey. It should take 4 minutes to complete.
There are 12 primary language networks:
- Community Languages - for teachers of Assyrian, Dari, German, Hebrew, Khmer, Macedonian, Persian, Russian, Samoan, Serbian and Turkish
- South Asian Languages – for teachers of Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Nepali, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu
Language teacher networks
Language teacher networks support language teachers in NSW schools. The networks are K-12 and cross-sectoral and run with financial assistance from the Department of Education.
Contact your local network leader if you would like to be involved.