Changes for L and P plate drivers. From 1 December, changes to the Graduated Licensing Scheme for learner, P1 and P2 drivers will come into effect.
There are two rafts of changes, one commencing on 1 December this year and the other from November next year. This year’s change From 1 December 2016, P2 holders will no longer be permitted to use a mobile phone at all while driving or riding. P2 licence holders will have the same restrictions as Learner and P1 licence holders. At present, P2 licence holders can use mobile phones for calls and audio only, provided the phone is securely mounted, or an automated audio device is being used. It is important when driving to recognise that driving is ALWAYS the primary task at hand, not receiving or transmitting communication to others. Next year’s changes From November 2017, the following changes will come into force for Learner, P1 and P2 drivers: What do you make of these changes? FitnessAssessment 2015 16. Every Student, Every School - NSW Department of Education. Every Student, Every School is an initiative providing better learning and support for the 90,000 students with a disability, learning difficulties or behaviour support needs in our public schools through a strong focus on professional learning and support for teachers and support staff.
Every Student, Every School is supported by the Commonwealth Government's More Support for Students with Disabilities National Partnership, providing almost $48 million in 2012 and 2013 to build the capabilities of schools to meet the educational needs of students with disability. This investment will lever off the $1.18 billion already provided by the NSW Government for students with disability. Every Student, Every School is structured around a Learning and Support Framework for all NSW public schools.
Establishing this framework in every school will provide an important foundation for the delivery of educational services in our schools into the future. Areas of activity. How playing sports benefits your body ... and your brain - Leah Lagos and Jaspal Ricky Singh. The benefits of playing sports are wide and varied.
This article and podcast from NPR: Benefits Of Sports To A Child's Mind And Heart All Part Of The Game is sure to make you want to stay active. This article is also a great resource. Strong heart, strong lungs and better emotional well being are all side-effects of playing sport. There arem however, some negatives about too playing too many sports. Youth sport: positive and negative impact on young athletes will give you some insight into why you shouldn’t really overdo things. Doe exercise really help bone density? Participating in a sport isn’t just about the physical component; there is also an emotional component to playing sports. Comments. Ronie Gonzalez If the women responded like the men did, then they're considered to be rude.
Media needs to stop asking these questions of women athletes and show them the same respect they show male athletes. Johnathan Rozie Kat Audrey If female athletes responded to these questions the same way as their male colleagues, they would be labelled as mean bitches. Meredith Özbil The women need to stop answering the questions and turn and leave...
Chad Gillam It is stupid. Maureen Allen What would happen if female athletes responded to silly questions the same way these guys did. 98 · Feb 11 Kieran Cullen Imagine if women athletes were heckled about their weight as much as male athletes. Dove Confidence Interactive Experience. Channel 4 - Timeline. The PE Geek - Journal. David Wolfe - Journal. You Won't Be The Same After Watching Michael Phelps' New Under Armour Ad. How playing sports benefits your body ... and your brain - Leah Lagos and Jaspal Ricky Singh. Teaching our Boys to Respect Women - Justin Coulson PhD. A.L.A.R.M. - Virtual Library. PDHPE Curriculum, NSW Department of Education and Communities. The NSW Department of Education and Communities’ Literacy continuum K–10 identifies the literacy skills and understandings regarded as critical to literacy success.
It maps how critical aspects develop through the years of schooling by describing key markers of expected student achievement. The Literacy continuum K–10 is for all teachers of all subjects from Kindergarten to Year 10. The Literacy continuum K–10 is a powerful tool which all teachers can use to strengthen their knowledge of literacy and so deliver a quality program with a strong literacy focus to enhance learning opportunities for their students. In conjunction with the NSW syllabuses, the continuum assists teachers to integrate literacy into PDHPE. Each subject area has its own literacy requirements which students need to master if they are to maximise their achievement in that learning area. Literacy demands in PDHPE There is a direct relationship between a student’s literacy skills and success in PDHPE.
Like this: AITSL Teacher Toolkit. Rita Pierson: Every kid needs a champion. Health and Physical Education (HPE) Year 7 to 10, Activities. Never Give up Mouse / Nunca Desista. Michael McQueen speaking live. DET NSW Sports Unit - Physical education, physical activity, coaching, sports, PE. The P.E Geek. Interactive PE Quizzes - Test Yourself. PDHPE home page. Australian Bureau of Statistics - Use Search Engine on RH side.