Haileybury

Review of Initial Teacher Education to Lift Australian School Standards

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 11:00pm

President of the Australian Primary Principals Association, Malcolm Elliott, and Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Western Australia, Bill Louden AM, is also on the panel.\nAwarded the Australian School Principal of the Year in 2019, Derek Scott has been principal of the private school in Melbourne since 2007.

Key Points: 
  • President of the Australian Primary Principals Association, Malcolm Elliott, and Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of Western Australia, Bill Louden AM, is also on the panel.\nAwarded the Australian School Principal of the Year in 2019, Derek Scott has been principal of the private school in Melbourne since 2007.
  • Haileybury is a highly sought-after school for graduate teachers and they note that their exceptional student outcomes can be attributed directly to their outstanding calibre of teachers.
  • The first public discussion paper will be released by June, followed by a period of public consultation.
  • It will ensure that the profession is attracting high-quality candidates and developing them into world-class teachers.\nView original content to download multimedia: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/review-of-initial-teacher-educat...\n"

Positioning Students to Thrive in a Rapidly Changing World

Tuesday, May 4, 2021 - 4:20pm

Haileybury is preparing students as global citizens for the development of mini-courses designed to enhance their ATAR with real-life skills.\nKnown as micro credentials, these mini-courses allow students to explore their interests and passions and are strategically designed to complement traditional learning.

Key Points: 
  • Haileybury is preparing students as global citizens for the development of mini-courses designed to enhance their ATAR with real-life skills.\nKnown as micro credentials, these mini-courses allow students to explore their interests and passions and are strategically designed to complement traditional learning.
  • There is a range of 'learning pods' including Digital Disruptors, Be the Change, Acting Up and Haileybury in Flight.
  • Within each learning pod, students can choose from a range of qualifications of interest that will enable them to showcase their skills, competencies and achievements.
  • Confirming its reputation as the best private school in Melbourne , Haileybury continues to provide innovative learning opportunities for students, setting them up for future success.\n"