BPE Schools Network Day - Term 2

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BPEA would like to extend an invitation for its Western Australian schools to once again join us this term.

teachersThe intended purpose is to provide an opportunity for Big Picture advisory teachers and leaders to work collaboratively to further grow their understanding of the design in a way that enriches their practice and deepens the engagement of students throughout our schools.

It is our intention to have a different school host the day each time. That way participants will have a tour of the site and get an insight into how the design is being implemented in different contexts and at different stages.

The remainder of each day will be coordinated by John Hogan (Co-founder BPEA), Brooke Burns (BPEA School Coach) and Eric Radice (School Leader and BPE School Coach) and will include:

  • Opportunities to network with others also doing the work
  • Exploration of challenges arising for participants in schools with a view to working collaboratively to find solutions or enhance practice through digging into the key elements of the design
  • Updates about the current state of play for BPEA.

We would encourage schools to send at least one member of their team to each day to maintain connection to the network and to act as a conduit for sharing back with colleagues.

Network day two will be held at Bunbury Regional Community College (Senior Campus).

Please use the back entrance, 9 Zoe St, park in the Council carpark (about $2/day) on Zoe St and walk the short distance to BRCC- we'll have a sign out!


Cost: $150 + GST per head (This is a members only event)

Morning tea and lunch will be provided

June 14th, 2019 9:00 AM   through   3:00 PM
9 Zoe St
Bunbury Regional Community College (Senior Campus)
Bunbury, WA 6230

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Event Fee(s)
Registration $ 150.00 + $ 15.00 GST

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