Newport and Punchbowl Public Schools - an ongoing success story. A long term success story - celebrating 16 years of cultural exchange.The Year 4 cultural exchange program between Punchbowl and Newport Public Schools is now in its sixteenth year. The
Berala and Grays Point Public Schools explore Australian diversity. Students from Berala and Grays Point Public Schools have been involved in cultural exchange programs for some time. This year, the two schools with very different student populations have come together
Campsie and Delungra Public Schools conducted a country/city exchange aimed at developing understanding between students from different geographical and cultural backgrounds. Learning activities included school visits, sports activities, local culture and history, arts and crafts and email exchanges. Campsie Public
The schools initially devised a writing exchange consisting of personal introductions and stories about where they live and what they value about their community. These letters were exchanged over a period of time with increasing levels of personal information being
Ashfield and Bundeena Public Schools conducted an anti-racism project aimed at developing understanding about Australia's cultural diversity and intercultural communication skills. The program included an exchange of letters between “buddies” followed by reciprocal school visits during which friendship groups engaged
2007 On 3 September 2007 more than 300 delegates and presenters participated in the annual Cultural Exchange Student Partnerships Conference at Australian Technology Park, Redfern. The conference provided schools with an opportunity to showcase the cultural exchange programs they have
Ashfield Public School has a long history in cultural exchange. Through many initiatives, it prepares its students and their families for effective participation in Australian society and the world. Ashfield Public School is a multicultural school in Sydney’s inner west.
A record of the development and delivery of a new cultural exchange program from the diary of ESL Teacher, Alison Lane, McCallums Hill Public School. May 2007 The organising of my anticipated cultural exchange program between East Hills Public School