SPELD NSW Office and Infoline Holiday Closing 2020

Supporting children and adults with specific learning difficulties


SPELD NSW Holiday Closing

The holidays are nearly here and we’re sure everyone is looking forward to a relaxing break.  Thank you for your support throughout 2020.  The whole team at SPELD NSW wishes you an enjoyable holiday season.

The SPELD NSW office is closed from Wednesday 16th December to Monday 11th January 2021. The SPELD NSW Infoline will open again on Monday 18th January.


We are excited to share our Term 1, 2021 Professional Development with you.  We 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.

We are going to launch the new school year with a focus on Phonics in February! In Term 1, keep a look out for great resources from SPELD NSW to help you on your journey to teach phonics with confidence in 2021 and ensure that all children have the chance to achieve success in literacy! Join us for our phonics based teacher webinars: Phonics Phundamentals and Using Decodables Texts in your Classroom as well as parent workshops on Supporting Reading at Home.

If you are looking for information over the holidays please check out our Information resources page.



Recent news

SPELD NSW in Wagga Wagga!

We are very excited that SPELD NSW is reaching out to regional areas of NSW in 2023, starting with a 3 day visit to Wagga Wagga in February to deliver our highly engaging professional learning courses.

SPELD NSW Holiday Shutdown

SPELD NSW Bookstore, Office and InfoLine will be closed from 20th December and will reopen Wednesday 11th January 2023.

Teaching Reading in the Early Years- a step forward in planning

Many school communities are excited by the new path that the NSW K-2 English syllabus is taking and they are ready to jump in feet first into evidence-based reading instruction. Armed with the understanding that a systematic and explicit approach to reading instruction is the most effective in reaching all learners, many schools are now seeking to understand what that might mean in their context.


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