Education and training providers partnering to ensure all young people participate in challenging, relevant and engaging learning that broadens personal aspirations and improves education and transition outcomes.


Roundtable Report and Government Response

Business Helping School to Develop Australia's Future

Please find documents attached of the Roundtable Report for:


Realising Potential:

  • Businesses Helping Schools to
  • Develop Australia’s Future

And the Government Response to the above document mentioned

Australian Government Response to
Realising Potential:

  • Business Helping Schools to
  • Develop Australia’s Future
  • the report of the Business-School Connections Roundtable

Please click on the attached documents to view



Speakers in School Program

The Advantage SA Speakers In Schools program assists in addressing the State’s future needs in the areas of population and workforce. The program engages young professionals to visit schools around the State, encouraging and inspiring young people to follow their career aspirations here in South Australia.

Please go to the link to get more information

Schools First

What is Schools First?

 Schools First is brought to life by NAB in partnership with the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA) and Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).
At its heart, Schools First brings together students, teachers, parents and community members to help young people grow. Launched in October 2008 by the Hon. Julia Gillard, MP, Schools First is a national awards program pledging $15 million over three years.

The program provides:
· Financial recognition of success in establishing effective school-community partnerships; and
· Financial support to build stronger school-community partnerships.
In 2010, 108 school-community partnerships will benefit from Schools First with over $5 million committed. 


Ken Robinson

Changing Education Paradigms

Creativity expert Sir Ken Robinson challenges the way we're educating our children. He champions a radical rethink of our school systems, to cultivate creativity and acknowledge multiple types of intelligence.