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Christmas Open Times

The holidays are nearly here and we’re sure everyone is looking forward to a relaxing break.  Thank you for your support throughout 2021.  The SPELD NSW team wishes you an enjoyable holiday season.

The SPELD NSW office is closed from 18th December to Monday 10th January 2022. The SPELD NSW Infoline will open again on Wednesday 19th January.

 

We are excited to share our Term 1, 2022 Professional Development with you and will also be launching with a focus on the new K-2 English Syllabus Series 2022.  SPELD NSW can deliver evidence-based Professional Learning to your team either online or at your school or workplace.   Please share our Professional Learning calendar with your networks.

If you are looking for information over the holidays please check out our Literacy Resources Hub.

 

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