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Subject Renewal Groups

Subject Renewal Groups (SRGs), each focusing on a specific subject area, are being formed to carry out longer-term and more innovative changes. 

Approaching subject renewal through co-design, the groups will see students and teachers working together to pilot and test proposed changes. 

Consistent with the SACE Board’s belief in the power of partnerships and its commitment to co-design, subject renewal will be enriched by the learnings and experience of students, and the expertise of teachers and leaders. 

The SACE Board is currently inviting teachers – including those who would not typically identify as experts or innovators – to consider joining the Subject Renewal Groups. 

Each group is expected to have 12 teachers, with representation of schooling sector, geographic location and index of socio-economic advantage. 

Expressions of interest 

  1. Review the Subject Renewal Groups Terms of Reference [PDF 239KB] (including selection criteria) to gain an understanding of the work of the groups and to gauge the level of commitment required to take part
  2. Discuss with your school’s leadership team the level of involvement that students and teachers from your school would like to have in the process 
  3. Complete and submit an expression of interest form
    Please note that you cannot save and return to the electronic form. A Word version of the form is provided within the ToR so you can plan your response before submitting. 

EOI deadline: 5 pm, Monday 29 July  

If funding is a barrier to teacher involvement, please still complete the EOI. The SACE Board will, on a case-by-case basis, consider financial support to ensure a wide range of schools and teachers are represented.

You may express interest in more than one subject, however you will be only selected for one.

Those not selected to be part of the subject renewal group will have further opportunity to be involved. Active engagement and communication may include:

  • annual sector-wide conferences
  • connecting and working with subject renewal groups
  • regular communications and progress updates