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Partnerships 101 – Croxton School’s experience

Learn how Croxton School benefitted from the forming an Action Team to set up their School Community Partnership.  In this video school principal Bev Fegan, Assistant Principal Michael Sertori and teacher Luke Ferns discuss how the process worked and the benefits it has delivered for their students.

2017 CTS Forum

The 2017 CTS Forum – Better Destinations for the 21st Century: Students, Parents, Business, Community was held on May 30 at the Treacy Centre in Parkville. Zita Pinda delivered the keynote address launching the 2016 Data Collection Report.  The Forum also included presentations about The NW Melbourne Regional Information Strategy and Ticket to Work. CTS would […]

2017 NWCTS Forum

      CTS will be hosting its 2017 Forum on Tuesday 30 May 2017 at the Treacy Centre in Parkville. The forum will include a key note address from Zita Pinda on the 2016 Data Collection Project. Other presentations will include an update on Ticket to Work and the NW Melbourne Regional Strategy on […]

The year ahead for CTS

2017 is upon us and the CTS team have been hard at work planning the year ahead. Some of our events include: a Forum planned for term 2 Follow up workshops about parental engagement, partnerships and digital literacy An industry breakfast for later in the year The SSTN will meet once per term.  You can keep […]

Croxton Students get Connected

Digital literacy has been an identified as one of eight enterprise skills needed for young people to succeed in a job and begin to build a career. Skills like remembering a password, accessing email and searching using key words are important.  So are career development skills like preparing a resume.  CTS Career Connections provides a […]

Sunshine SDS School Community Partnership featured in Brimbank Business Link

Brimbank City Council has included an article about the Sunshine SDS School Community Partnership in its Winter edition of Business Link.  The article promotes the importance of schools and communities working together to provide opportunities for young people with disabilities, and the range of ways local business can support this. The newsletter is distributed to […]

Launch of the North West Melbourne Regional Information Strategy

The North West Melbourne Regional Information Strategy was launched by Natalie Suleyman MP on June 1, 2016.  At the Visy Cares Hub.    Brooke Briody, campus Principal of the Northern School for Autism was Master of Ceremonies on the day. Speakers at the launch included: Jason Heagarty, a person living with a disability Meri Ivanovska, […]

Croxton students featured in Darebin Community News

The City of Darebin has featured a positive news story on the work placement opportunities provided to students from Croxton School in Northcote. This article is featured  on the front page of their February/March edition of Community News. The development of six work placement opportunities for students from Croxton School has been derived from the […]

CTS Evaluation Report 2015

At the end of 2015, the CTS Management Committee commissioned Peter Kellock of the Asquith Group to undertake an evaluation of the Community Transition Support Initiative.  This evaluation can be accessed here.

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