29th Jul 2015 - Year 10 Careers expo
29th Jul 2015 - P & C meeting 6pm
29th Jul 2015 - Primary Athletics Carnival
30th Jul 2015 - Australin Maths Competition
10th Aug 2015 11:03am - Year 5 Camp
11th Aug 2015 - ICAS Maths
11th Aug 2015 - SW Primary Athletics Carnival
13th Aug 2015 - Yrs 7/8 Ski Trip
14th Aug 2015 - Health promoting schools committee meeting
18th Aug 2015 - Board meeting 5:15pm
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Telopea Park School is investigating the notion of introducing BYOD in term 4, 2015 for students in year 6 to year 10. Significant to the implementation of BYOD is the inclusion of community consultation and representation, device affordability and equity of access.
In November 2014 and in February 2015, invitations for representation on the Telopea Park School BYOD Committee were advertised to the school community via Telopea Topics. In March, the BYOD Committee was formed and includes representatives from parents, students and staff. Since then, the committee has met each month to discuss what BYOD would look like at Telopea Park School, as well as key elements and considerations for implementation. A webpage has been created for your convenience to inform you of the BYOD process, and to invite further feedback. A survey is included, which we would appreciate you taking the time to complete in order to help us better understand your needs.
The following website has been created as an information site for the Telopea Park School BYOD implementation program. Please note that this is a work in progress and more information will be added as this becomes available. This site can be accessed at https://sites.google.com/a/ed.act.edu.au/byo/ .
Further information: email@example.com or phone via the front office on 6142 3388. Please label all correspondence as ICT BYOD Committee.
The next BYOD committee meeting will take place Thursday, 22 July (4 PM-5 PM) in the Telopea Park School conference room.
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Telopea Park School, Lycée Franco-Australien de Canberra, is a unique school. It has a long proud history, having taken its first students in 1923. Since 1983 is has been a binational French-Australian school, established as the result of an agreement between the Governments of France and Australia. The agreement sets the parameters within which the school operates.
Since its establishment as a binational school Telopea Park School has grown steadily. All of the primary and approximately quarter of the secondary students follow the English-French bilingual program. The rest of the secondary students follow a comprehensive secondary program.
The school is administered as part of the Australian Capital Territory Government school system. It is accountable to the French and Australian authorities as well as to the ACT Education and Training Directorate.