Three volunteers for Batemans Bay Public School were among 12 who attended ethics teacher training held at Narooma over the weekend. "It was great to meet other like-minded and enthusiastic people," said Heidi Thomson, who has put up her hand to coordinate the program at her children's school next year. Primary Ethics is a not-for-profit organisation … Continue reading Ethics classes coming to Batemans Bay
It takes a village to raise a child – and many of those who enrich our children's lives do so as volunteers. P&C committees, canteen, reading groups, garden club, uniform shop, sport coaches, Scouts, Guides, playgroups - volunteers make a huge contribution to children's lives and are being celebrated in Volunteer of the Year Award … Continue reading Complaint demonstrates overall success of ethics program
Primary Ethics is the single approved provider of special education in ethics (SEE) to NSW Department of Education public schools. While our primary focus is primary schools, we've fielded many requests over the years from high school principals, parents and students themselves, who have sought a secular alternative to Special Religious Education that helps young … Continue reading Why pilot ethics classes for year 7 students?
by Sandra Henri, ethics teacher For those of you not familiar with Ethics Classes at your local public school, let me rave about them for minute. Ethics is offered as one of the scripture options, yet don’t let this fool you into thinking its a religious vs non-religious thing. Ethics is actually about teaching critical … Continue reading Ethics classes at school: Guest post
Shadow Minister for Education Mr Jihad Dib MP & former Premier and Minister for Education The Hon Nick Greiner joined an ethics class at Earlwood on Thursday.
In the lead up to Easter, we sometimes hear that it's not fair that children in ethics class miss out on the chocolate eggs and other Easter-themed treats that are handed out in some of the religious instruction classes. Because giving good reasons is an important skill students are encouraged to develop in ethics class, … Continue reading Four reasons ethics teachers won’t give your child a treat this Easter
Media Release: It’s not guaranteed to make you lose weight or get fit, but volunteering to teach ethics to children will satisfy other common New Years' resolutions.
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We're looking for volunteers to teach ethics across the Coffs Coast Region and have scheduled a weekend training session on October 22 & 23 2016. Find out more about what's involved in being a Primary Ethics Teacher here: primaryethics.com.au/volunteer/become-an-ethics-teacher