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Early Action for Success (EAfS)
Campbellfield Public School is an Early Action for Success (EAfS) School. It is part of the Department of Education’s implementation of the NSW Literacy and Numeracy Strategy. EAfS aims to improve students' performance through targeted support for primary schools in the area of literacy and numeracy skills in the early years of schooling. EAfS maintains and extends the focus on instructional leadership to develop the literacy and numeracy skills of Kindergarten to Year 2 students.
EAfS strengthens the focus on:
Instructional Leaders in EAfS work directly with teachers to build student and teacher capacity in both literacy and numeracy. Instructional Leaders focus on student learning and move through on-going cycles of investigation, and enhancing teaching practices for the betterment of student learning.
Campbellfield Public School has been privileged to be involved in numerous literacy and numeracy research-based projects with EAfS delivered by professors and academic leaders. These projects have led to whole school quality professional learning, improved results in teaching and learning as well as school visits and support from the Literacy and Numeracy Coordinators in the Department of Education EAfS team.
Minto NSW 2566
telephone 02 9603 4233
Our Campbellfield community would like to acknowledge and pay respect to the Dharawal people, who are the traditional and ongoing custodians of the land that our school is built on. We take pride in celebrating our past, present and emerging Elders, as they are the keepers of cultural knowledge. We thank you for sharing and caring for the land that we learn and play on. We believe every face has a place in our school and we value belonging within our community. ~Written by the Junior NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group of Campbellfield Public School in partnership with the Fields AECG President
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