South Australians of all ages who do not use Australian Sign Language as their first language can enrol in classes at the School of Languages (SoL) starting in Term 1.
News release - Susan Close
Parents and carers whose children are enrolled in a government preschool or care service will be asked to provide evidence of their child’s immunisation status under a new procedure aimed at protecting children against vaccine preventable diseases (VPD).
Celebrations for the 2017 Santos Tour Down Under begin tomorrow, kick-starting a massive week of cycling in South Australia.
The Adelaide City Council Tour Village - the heart and soul of Australia’s premier cycling race – officially opens this weekend.
All residential care workers will undergo individual psychological assessments to ensure suitability for working with children.
Crush Festival, the largest food and wine event in the Adelaide Hills, returns later this month.
The State's Opposition must today confirm it supports the Clipsal 500 Adelaide.
Construction has started on the first of 139 schools receiving infrastructure overhauls in the Government’s $250 million STEM Works program.
Additional special classes and teachers will give a boost to 23 South Australian schools and preschools as part of a $10m strategy to create and improve services for children with a disability.
Education Minister Susan Close says the Liberals’ obsession with moving Year 7 into high school has blinded their ability to read basic reports.
South Australian students interested in computer programming will join millions of others around the world this week in the Hour of Code, an annual event held during Computer Science Education Week.
Education Minister Susan Close has today committed funds to ensure the Coober Pedy pool will be open to the community during the school holidays.