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CSA’s Executive Officer, Andrew Taylor, has developed a five-step approach for schools that they can voluntarily undertake to assist them in maturing and improving school-based practices.
5 Steps to Moving Forward and Improving Schools
3/06/2020 12:00:00 AM5 Steps to Moving Forward and Improving Schools
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This document provides a guide and checklists in relation to Staff Induction.
A Guide to Staff Induction & Checklist
26/11/2019 12:00:00 AMA Guide to Staff Induction & Checklist
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The Flourish Project (Staff Induction Program) has been specifically designed to be run as a full day of training. It is, however, comprised of four individual sessions that can be used as separate training modules if desired. The four modules are: Vision, Culture, Faith and Practice. There is a Facilitators Guide and a number of resources for each session including the session playbooks and immersion videos.
A Vision of Christian Schooling (FLOURISH Staff Induction Program)
1/09/2020 12:00:00 AMA Vision of Christian Schooling (FLOURISH Staff Induction Program)
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This document is a review of the ACNC legislation in relation to the Review Terms of Reference.
ACNC Review Terms of Reference
20/12/2017 12:00:00 AMACNC Review Terms of Reference
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The purpose of the Child Safety Policy is to outline to employees, contractors and volunteers the expectations in relation to safeguarding matters involving children and young people. This is resource is available only to SRS Plus participants.
ACT Child Safety Policy
 ACT Child Safety Policy
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This document provides ACT Christian School General Staff MEA (Multi Enterprise Agreement) 2019 Salary Rates
ACT Christian School General Staff MEA -  2019 Salary Rates
3/07/2019 12:00:00 AMACT Christian School General Staff MEA - 2019 Salary Rates
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This document provides a summary of payments that attract superannuation under the ACT Christian School General Staff (Multi-Enterprise Agreement)
ACT Christian School General Staff Superannuation Payments Reference Sheet 2018-2021
18/01/2021 12:00:00 AMACT Christian School General Staff Superannuation Payments Reference Sheet 2018-2021
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ACT Christian Schools General Staff MEA (Multi Enterprise Agreement) 2018-2021.
ACT Christian Schools General Staff MEA 2018-2021
25/11/2019 12:00:00 AMACT Christian Schools General Staff MEA 2018-2021
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ACT Christian Schools General Staff MEA (Multi-Enterprise Agreement) 2018-2021 - Averaging Formula
ACT Christian Schools General Staff MEA 2018-2021 - Averaging Formula
10/12/2019 12:00:00 AMACT Christian Schools General Staff MEA 2018-2021 - Averaging Formula
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ACT Christian Schools Teaching Staff MEA (Multi Enterprise Agreement) 2020
ACT Christian Schools Teaching Staff MEA 2020
22/10/2020 12:00:00 AMACT Christian Schools Teaching Staff MEA 2020
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The scant 776 word 'Factsheet" which underpins the clandestine "consultation" process undertaken by the ACT Government.
ACT Conversion Practices Ban - Factsheet
14/07/2020 12:00:00 AMACT Conversion Practices Ban - Factsheet
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Joint submission on the proposed ACT "conversion practices" ban by Christian Schools Australia Adventist Schools Australia Australian Association of Christian Schools Islamic School of Canberra
ACT Conversion Practices Ban - Joint Submission
3/07/2020 12:00:00 AMACT Conversion Practices Ban - Joint Submission
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ACT General Staff MEA (Multi Enterprise Agreement) 2021
ACT General Staff MEA 2021
18/02/2022 12:00:00 AMACT General Staff MEA 2021
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ACT General Staff Salaries July 2020.
ACT General Staff Salaries - July 2020
10/06/2020 12:00:00 AMACT General Staff Salaries - July 2020
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History of ACT General Staff Salaries since 2011 in excel format.
ACT General Staff Salaries History
10/06/2020 12:00:00 AMACT General Staff Salaries History
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A summary of long service leave under the Long Service Act 1976 (ACT)
ACT Long Service Leave Overview
23/09/2022 12:00:00 AMACT Long Service Leave Overview
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A model letter designed to meet contract law requirements when appointing staff. Applicable for employees appointed under the ACT Christian Schools General Staff Multi Enterprise Agreement. This letter, together with the Standard Terms of Ministry, form the entire Letter of Appointment.
ACT MEA Sample Letter of Offer for General Staff
16/11/2022 12:00:00 AMACT MEA Sample Letter of Offer for General Staff
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A model letter designed to meet contract law requirements when appointing staff. Applicable for employees appointed under the ACT Christian Schools Teaching Staff Multi Enterprise Agreement. This letter, together with the Standard Terms of Ministry, form the entire Letter of Appointment.
ACT MEA Sample Letter of Offer for Teaching Staff
30/11/2022 12:00:00 AMACT MEA Sample Letter of Offer for Teaching Staff
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Sample letter to ACT Christian School employees informing them of the Long Service Leave portability provisions under the enterprise agreement.
ACT Sample Letter: Transferring Long Service Leave to new employer
26/11/2019 12:00:00 AMACT Sample Letter: Transferring Long Service Leave to new employer
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Sample letter for ACT Christian School employees. This letter is provided to employees 6 months prior to an entitlement to take Long Service Leave.
ACT Sample Long Service Leave Letter - 6 months
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This download provides a concise summary of the online resource, "CSA Teaching and Learning Framework". This concise summary provides a full overview of the framework and steps to follow to develop a school-wide teaching and learning framework. For a deeper dive into the CSA Teaching and Learning Framework, please explore this online resource by heading to: https://www.csa.edu.au/teachingandlearning The Teaching and Learning Framework is ideally suited to those in school leadership in roles such as, Directors of Teaching & Learning, or those who lead the teaching and learning in their school.
CSA Teaching and Learning Framework - Concise Summary
CSA Teaching and Learning Framework - Concise Summary
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Amongst other purposes, Christian schools aim to equip students to embrace biblical truth, strive for academic excellence and model Christ-like leadership to influence their homes, churches and communities for Christ. These aims require consistent development of key characteristics of Christian education; that it is biblically-based, Christocentric, incarnational, service-oriented, and redemptive. CSA has developed PeRL resources focused on the theories and practices of pedagogies enabling redemptive learning. On this page, you will find tools and resources to equip you in your role as you seek to carry out the mission and aim of your Christian school. Some of these resources were released at the 2021 CSA State Conferences and we hope you enjoy exploring the specific approaches: Connection, Inclusion, Justice and Voice of PeRL: Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning.
PeRL | Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning
PeRL | Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning
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Effective teaching and learning practices within Christian education are established on solid pedagogical foundations. Consequently, Tabor College, in partnership with CSA, have developed PeRL (Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning). PeRL is a Christian Pedagogy Resource document and Field Guide that aligns with CSA architecture, God’s Big Story and other key CSA resource documentation. The resource aims to be a useful and stimulating reference guide for teachers to use in Christian schools and incorporates four pedagogical approaches to cultivate and promote redemptive learning
PeRL Document
PeRL Document
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The PeRL Playbook is to be used as a guide in conjunction with the video resources. It is an interactive PDF that allows inclusion for note-taking and is a great tool that provides a compact guide to facilitating the PeRL: Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning resource in your school. Learn more at https://www.csa.edu.au/perl
PeRL Playbook
PeRL Playbook
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This is a Q&A session held with Dr. Brian Harris and Jon Bergmann at the 2021 WA State Conference, where the theme was around Pedagogy: The leadership of learning.
Q&A Session with Dr. Brian Harris & Jon Bermann
Q&A Session with Dr. Brian Harris & Jon Bermann
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Community of Practice – Distance Education looks at bringing education to different, and remote, contexts, and the heart behind why. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Distance Education
Series: Community of Practice - Distance Education
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Community of Practice – ELC/Lower Primary looks at the God-given natural curiosity that children have about their world and to link their desire to make sense of the world with their Creator. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - ELC/Lower Primary
Series: Community of Practice - ELC/Lower Primary
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Community of Practice – English looks at helping students to listen to, read, view, speak, write, create and reflect on increasingly complex and sophisticated spoken, written and multimodal texts across a growing range of contexts with accuracy, fluency and purpose. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - English
Series: Community of Practice - English
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Community of Practice – HASS (Humanities) looks at helping student develop a sense of wonder, curiosity and respect about places, people, cultures and systems throughout the world, past and present, bringing glory to God, and an interest in and enjoyment of the study of these phenomena. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - HASS (Humanities)
Series: Community of Practice - HASS (Humanities)
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Community of Practice - Health & PE looks at the enabling of students to access, evaluate and synthesise information to take positive action to protect, enhance and advocate for their own and others’ health, wellbeing, safety and physical activity participation across their lifespan. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Health & PE
Series: Community of Practice - Health & PE
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Community of Practice – Teaching and Learning looks at bringing together heads of teaching and learning/curriculum, specifically in NSW, to provide opportunities to collaborate and share ideas and resources. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Health and PE
Series: Community of Practice - Health and PE
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Community of Practice - Mathematics looks at the proficiency strands of understanding, fluency, problem-solving and reasoning. It seeks to understand God's ordered world through the mathematical lenses. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Mathematics
Series: Community of Practice - Mathematics
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Community of Practice – Science looks at bringing to life an interest in science as a means of understanding creation and expanding their curiosity and willingness to explore, ask questions about and speculate on the changing world in which they live. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Science
Series: Community of Practice - Science
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Community of Practice – Special Assistance Schools looks at bringing together a passion for God, as well as a passion for at-risk students, and find new ways to create accessible curriculum. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Special Assistance Schools
Series: Community of Practice - Special Assistance Schools
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Community of Practice – Specialist Indoor looks at connecting with students to allow them to express themselves through the various specialists subject areas in our schools. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Specialist Indoor
Series: Community of Practice - Specialist Indoor
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Community of Practice – Upper Primary looks at the development of the students' ability to take positive action for well-being; relate and communicate well with others; pose questions and solve problems; make informed decisions and act responsibly. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Upper Primary
Series: Community of Practice - Upper Primary
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Community of Practice – Wellbeing looks at the idea of wellbeing being embedded throughout a school's curriculum and culture, for the sake of the students and the community. ABOUT COMMUNITIES OF PRACTICE Communities of practice (COP) are co-created opportunities for individual and organisational professional development. Collectively, CSA seeks to devise and direct a coherent, school-led approach to staff development, share material and human resources and encourage active participation at a member and organisational level. At the 2021 State Conference, an opportunity to lay foundations for future state, and countrywide collaboration opportunities between schools and the professionals within them were presented. The afternoon programme was designed to allow for school-school specialist subject dialogue. The premise of each session was quite simple: we begin with a provocation which will come in the form of short film – shot in Christian schools across the country – and featuring practitioners reflecting on four key framing questions based upon CSA’s PeRL pedagogical approach: 1. How do you develop relationship and community in your classroom? (Connection) 2. How do you facilitate and ensure that all students participate in the learning process? (Inclusion) 3. How do you support students as they discover their importance and influence in the wider community? (Justice) 4. How do you integrate and support student voice? (Voice) These questions formed the nucleus of the facilitated discussions during the afternoon sessions at the state event. The rationale was to get a cross section of practitioners talking about pedagogy. The main purpose was to enable a connection between the people, such that this was the first of many such gatherings both in person and through our digital connection platform (the CSA Collective).
Series: Community of Practice - Wellbeing
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The Flourish Project (Staff Induction Program) has been specifically designed to be run as a full day of training. It is, however, comprised of four individual sessions that can be used as separate training modules if desired. The four modules are: Vision, Culture, Faith and Practice. There is a Facilitators Guide and a number of resources for each session including the session playbooks and immersion videos.
A Vision of Christian Schooling (FLOURISH Staff Induction Program)
1/09/2020 12:00:00 AMA Vision of Christian Schooling (FLOURISH Staff Induction Program)
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The year in review: 2021 An overview of 2021, highlighting our mission, focus, strategy and key performance indicators.
AGM Report on a page: 2021
 AGM Report on a page: 2021
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The Cardus Education Survey Australia McCrindle Report as featured and discussed at the 2020 launch of the report.
Australian Schools and the Common Good - Full Report
8/09/2020 12:00:00 AMAustralian Schools and the Common Good - Full Report
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The Cardus Education Survey Australia McCrindle Infographic of Australian schools and the Common Good, as featured at the 2020 launch of the report.
Australian Schools and the Common Good - Infographic
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The Cardus Education Survey Australia McCrindle Summary Report of Australian schools and the Common Good, as featured and discussed at the 2020 launch of the report.
Australian Schools and the Common Good - Summary Report
8/09/2020 12:00:00 AMAustralian Schools and the Common Good - Summary Report
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The CSA Architecture, 2020 Horizon and Beyond, seeks to frame Christian education in terms of stages of development and maturity. The new conceptualisation recognises that schools are on a pathway to maturity and have varying needs, depending on the age and stage of their community.
CSA Architecture - 2020 Horizon and Beyond
4/06/2021 12:00:00 AMCSA Architecture - 2020 Horizon and Beyond
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The CSA Architecture School Improvement Tool (ASIT) provides the framework, language and process for all schools to identify and action specific areas of improvement focus in a strategic and evidence-driven context.
CSA Architecture School Improvement Tool - ASIT
9/09/2020 12:00:00 AMCSA Architecture School Improvement Tool - ASIT
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The CSA Enrolment Toolkit is developed with expert advice from Carroll & O'Dea Lawyers to assist schools in ensuring a sound contractual basis for enrolments, that also takes into account the unique basis of Christian Schools. The Toolkit is a compressed (zipped) folder containing guidance notes and template documents.
CSA Enrolment Toolkit
5/09/2022 12:00:00 AMCSA Enrolment Toolkit
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The Leadership Hub provides member access to CSA's latest ground-breaking research, The CSA Leadership Framework, supporting rubric documentation, as well as videos and other tools and resources such as the 360 Leadership Development Tool.
CSA Leadership Development Hub
 CSA Leadership Development Hub
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Christian Schools Australia (CSA) is a national association providing support for the delivery of Christ centered educational excellence within Christian Schools. Established in 2002, CSA is committed to advancing the Kingdom of God by advocating, supporting and resourcing Christian schools, and their wider school communities. CSA supports and serves member schools directly and through extensive professional, development and networks. CSA provides professional services, bespoke resources, direct assistance, information and advice to its members. We are a voice for Christian schools, advocating for their needs in the national and global environment. The prospectus (CSA Services and Support Guide) outlines the services and benefits available to CSA members.
CSA Services and Support Guide
29/05/2021 12:00:00 AMCSA Services and Support Guide
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Learn about the vision and strategy of Christian Schools Australia for the next 5 years (2021 to 2025). This document outlines the "who", "what" and "why" of CSA, including our Mission, Core elements and approach to Christian schooling. Our priorities explore five areas of strategy: Preserve, Protect, Promote, Progress and Perform.
CSA Strategic Plan 2021-2025
7/10/2022 12:00:00 AMCSA Strategic Plan 2021-2025
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This download provides a concise summary of the online resource, "CSA Teaching and Learning Framework". This concise summary provides a full overview of the framework and steps to follow to develop a school-wide teaching and learning framework. For a deeper dive into the CSA Teaching and Learning Framework, please explore this online resource by heading to: https://www.csa.edu.au/teachingandlearning The Teaching and Learning Framework is ideally suited to those in school leadership in roles such as, Directors of Teaching & Learning, or those who lead the teaching and learning in their school.
CSA Teaching and Learning Framework - Concise Summary
25/10/2022 12:00:00 AMCSA Teaching and Learning Framework - Concise Summary
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This page outlines a full overview of CSA's God's Big Story. It includes GBS tools and resources including KLA companion documents and CCPs that link to the Australian Curriculum (ACARA).
God's Big Story (GBS) 2.0: A Full Overview
12/07/2021 12:00:00 AMGod's Big Story (GBS) 2.0: A Full Overview
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This playbook contains the foundations for understanding God’s Big Story in ways that are relevant to your practice and seeks to equip and inspire you to explore how you can integrate the Biblical narrative within your planning and instructional design. The playbook is not intended to be comprehensive, but contains thoughts, questions and prompts to reflect upon. Use them however you see fit. Complementing this playbook are a series of high-quality videos which unpack the greatness and wonder of God’s Big Story as a visually compelling narrative. Download the playbook and head to http://csa.edu.au/godsbigstory to learn more about God's Big Story
God's Big Story (GBS) 2.0: PLAYBOOK
 God's Big Story (GBS) 2.0: PLAYBOOK
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Schools would be very aware of the increasing challenges to Christian schools around issues that were once matters of uncontested Christian belief. Courts and Tribunals are increasingly scrutinising the Christian doctrines and beliefs which underpin the operations of Christian Schools. The first document likely to be considered in this process is the organisation’s Constitution. You will not be able to retrospectively claim beliefs in the event of litigation that cannot be supported by your school Constitution. It is essential that you capture the key doctrines, tenets and beliefs on which the school wants to operate, as well as put in place the building blocks to ensure that you are considered to be a ‘religious body’ or ‘religious educational institution’. Our model constitution is designed for that purpose, to ensure that you have a strong foundation. The 2021 Model Constitution Toolkit contains - * Model Constitution for a Church Governed School * Model Constitution for a Community Governed School * Guide to the CSA Model Constitutions The Toolkit is in a compressed (zipped) folder. Updated 17 February 2021 (See Guide for details of changes)
Governance Resources: 2021 Model Constitution Toolkit
15/03/2021 12:00:00 AMGovernance Resources: 2021 Model Constitution Toolkit
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The aim of Missional Governance: Boards that Transform is to provide school boards with an opportunity to step back – just for a moment – and evaluate the "why" behind what they do. Learn more about this transformational program.
Missional Governance: Boards that Transform
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This project involved the development of a course consisting of four units. The units developed by Vose College (WA) and Morling College (NSW) and registered through the Australian College of Theology. This would then mean that the programme could be delivered at their accredited colleges across Australia. The four units are: Opening the Book The first bit (the Hebrew Bible) The second bit (about Jesus) The last act
OpenBook: A Biblical Literacy Program
1/08/2019 12:00:00 AMOpenBook: A Biblical Literacy Program
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Amongst other purposes, Christian schools aim to equip students to embrace biblical truth, strive for academic excellence and model Christ-like leadership to influence their homes, churches and communities for Christ. These aims require consistent development of key characteristics of Christian education; that it is biblically-based, Christocentric, incarnational, service-oriented, and redemptive. CSA has developed PeRL resources focused on the theories and practices of pedagogies enabling redemptive learning. On this page, you will find tools and resources to equip you in your role as you seek to carry out the mission and aim of your Christian school. Some of these resources were released at the 2021 CSA State Conferences and we hope you enjoy exploring the specific approaches: Connection, Inclusion, Justice and Voice of PeRL: Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning.
PeRL | Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning
13/07/2021 12:00:00 AMPeRL | Pedagogies enabling Redemptive Learning
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The Profess Statements seek to capture a vision for society in which schools can actively play a role. It seeks to provide a Kingdom vision for how the world was meant to be. Compassionate and Diverse Nation: We seek to uphold our commitment to human rights, globally. We seek to act with courage and conviction to build a just and peaceful world. To train up global citizens who uphold human rights everywhere, acting in the best interests of all people and the planet. Our desire is to show Christ’s love in action, in a world that is groaning for redemption.
Profess Statement: Compassionate and Diverse Nation
17/09/2021 12:00:00 AMProfess Statement: Compassionate and Diverse Nation
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The Profess Statements seek to capture a vision for society in which schools can actively play a role. It seeks to provide a Kingdom vision for how the world was meant to be. First Peoples Heart: In relationship with indigenous peoples, CSA seeks to develop a new narrative with our indigenous brothers and sisters. As First and Second peoples, we seek to journey together creating just and equitable relationships, listening and learning from each other.
Profess Statement: First Peoples Heart
24/09/2020 12:00:00 AMProfess Statement: First Peoples Heart