Edition #11 December 2018
Well done to RSAS teams across the country who have worked tirelessly this year to help get students to school each and every day. Every RSAS team has participated in face to face training, working together to understand and plan for what works and what doesn’t work to improve school attendance in their local community. This year we have seen RSAS teams try new and innovative approaches to get more students attending and staying in school – RSAS teams continue to develop and deliver improved strategies that hold promise for the future.
Edition #10 November 2018
This month’s newsletter shines the spotlight on the many RSAS podcasts and webinars available online. These resources are available 24/7 and can be downloaded to be watched or listened to at a later date. This week’s webinar will be looking at why it’s important to share successes.
Edition #9 October 2018
Welcome to the October edition of the RSAS newsletter.
Working with families is a big part of the work RSAS teams do. Talking to families every day is important, whether it’s through making time to pass on a compliment about their child’s activities/progress at school or to just ‘check in’, it all works towards strengthening relationships and getting the school attendance message out there.
Edition #8 September 2018
Welcome to the September issue of the RSAS newsletter.
School holidays are just around the corner. We know that the last term of the year can see a dip in school attendance, particularly in the first weeks coming back after the school holidays. Reminding students and families before the holidays about the ‘back to school’ activities planned for the first day back after holidays is important.
Edition #7 August 2018
RSAS News August edition is now ready to view! In this month’s newsletter we share the next round of scheduled workshops coming up , as well as great information on the upcoming webinar and details on a fantastic initiative in South Newman. We also have our monthly RSAS staff profile spotlight.
Edition #6 July 2018
Last week was NAIDOC week and many great events were held in RSAS locations across Australia.
This year’s theme ‘because of her we can’ acknowledges the essential role that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island women have played and continue to play as role models and leaders. We want to acknowledge the amazing work of our RSAS teams and the women who deliver RSAS in their communities to make sure that every kid goes to school every day possible.