The Victorian PYP Network seeks to model and foster the ideals and philosophy of the IB through its actions and the provision of information, meetings and professional development opportunities that promote professional learning and encourage communication between members.
Established March 2006 Reviewed March 2023
See below to keep track of our events and click on the links to learn more.
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TERM 1 EVENTS
Teacher PD Opportunity
Tuesday 21st Feb 2023
Learning through Exhibitions
New PYP Coordinators
and Mentor Launch
On-line Q + A Session
Monday 27th March
Heads & Coordinators Meeting
Wednesday 22 March
9.30 - 3.30
Transformative programme implementation through the 2020 Programme standards and practices
Introduction to the
Language of the PYP
7 and 21 March 2023
4:30pm - 7:00pm online
TERM 3 EVENTS
Teacher's Professional Learning Event
Open Schools Fortnight
7- 10 August
Network Heads & Coordinators Conference
Friday 1 September
Thursday 31 August
Venue: Hotel Bellinoza
WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE OFFER
The Victorian PYP Network supports PYP schools in Victoria and Tasmania, Australia
There are currently over 80 member schools with membership drawn from candidate, authorised and evaluated schools across a range of education sectors – government, independent, Catholic, Islamic and Jewish
Every year, we offer a varied calendar of events that cater to a range of audiences designed to help strengthen the leadership, teaching and learning in our schools.
A range of opportunities to meet other Principals, Heads, Coordinators and teachers in PYP schools.
A culture of reciprocal sharing and celebrating what is happening in schools the brings to life the philosphy of the IB and PYP
A variety of Professional Learning opportunities at great prices for member schools
Opportunities to visit and learn from other PYP schools during our Open Schools events
Acknowledgement of Country
We acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands, waterways and skies across Australia as the first teachers and educators of and for this land. We pay respects to the Elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, traditions, the culture and hopes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.