Central Schools were born out of the need to provide primary and secondary education to the students of the community in which they are located. Most of them originally began as primary schools until the expansion of secondary education allowed them to take on this role. With the introduction of years 7- 12, Central Schools developed a K-12 perspective which has been further developed. Most Central Schools now provide formal and informal education opportunities for all members of their community.
Did you know there are 62 Central Schools in NSW and that the NSW Teachers Federation has a Central Schools Committee?
Central Schools Committee
The Central Schools Committee usually meets once a semester to consider issues relating to central schools and organise strategies to best represent the issues unique to central schools.
This Committee is also responsible for the organisation of the Central Schools Conference, every two years or as required. Fed Reps are encouraged to contact Brett Bertalli, Country Organiser and Officer attached to the committee with any issues specific to central schools.
Committee members for 2015/2016 are:
|Bronwyn Lochrin,||Boorowa Central School|
|Darren Noonan,||Merriwa Central School|
|Vince O'Brien,||Dunedoo Central School|
|Andrew Finlay,||Lake Cargelligo Central School|
|Sam Horner,||Molong Central School|
|Brett Bertalli,||Country Organiser and Officer attached to the committee.|
You can contact the committee by emailing the Organiser at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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