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Victorian schools are recruiting more than 4,100 teaching professionals as tutors to support students in catching up with any learning they may have missed due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. If you are a pre-service teacher, a teacher on leave, a teacher working part-time who is looking for more hours, a recently retired teacher or a casual relief teacher, you may be eligible to apply for a tutoring position as part of the Victorian Government’s $250 million initiative.
Welcome everyone! Find out all you need to know about being a registered teacher or employing a teacher in 2021. Read on if you have a question about teacher registration or current applications. To all our new teachers, early childhood teachers and leadership teams, we hope you enjoy working in the profession.
Congratulations to registered Victorian teachers Donna Wright, who has been awarded Australian Principal of the year and Primary School Government Principal of the year, and Grenville Green for Primary School principal of the year Non-Government.
The Victorian Early Years Awards celebrate the exceptional contributions of the early childhood education sector.
Now in their 15th year, the awards are organised by the Department of Education and Training to highlight the vital work happening in the critical early years of a child's lifelong education journey. This year, the awards not only celebrate nominees, finalists and winners, but the commitment, resilience and flexibility demonstrated by the entire sector throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
VIT's 2019-20 annual report was tabled in parliament this week and includes case studies that provide insight into how we carry out our work.