• What is the Kimberley Success Zone?

    KSZ has been established to support all Kimberley schools improve outcomes for their Indigenous students. Read More
  • The six priority areas

    A mapping study of Kimberley schools was carried out by NCS in late 2010 to determine programs, priorities and student achievement data of all schools. Read More
  • Priority area: Attendance and engagement

    Attendance is complex and is much broader than merely getting a student to turn up to school. Read More
  • Priority area: Literacy

    Developing literacy is one of the central challenges for teachers of Indigenous students. Read More
  • Priority area: Numeracy

    Numeracy has been at the foreground of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education – and education generally. Read More
  • Priority area: Leadership

    Leadership is increasingly being recognized as a vital component driving school and community improvement processes that creates a sustainable positive impact. Read More
  • Priority area: Community involvement

    'Engagement can be formal or informal, direct or indirect. Effective community engagement allows schools to tap into diverse perspectives...' Read More
  • Priority area: Special needs

    Across the Kimberley there are significant challenges to addressing the educational needs of students with disabilities and diverse learning needs. Read More
  • Further education and vocational pathways

    KSZ publishes 'Wings to Fly' – a guide that informs secondary students and their families of their options and choices regarding further education, training and employment. Read More
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NEW KSZ PAPER ON TEACHING MATHS

mathsPaperMathematics teaching in the Kimberley explores recent initiatives in mathematics education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students with particular reference to the Kimberley.

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Sharing experiences and resources

This section contains print and online publications, links to online resource repositories, videos, data visualisation tools, online learning communities and useful templates and proformas.

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'No need to reinvent the wheel'

The case studies suggest successful strategies that educators might consider in their own setting. KSZ wishes to thank the teachers, principals, Indigenous workers and community members who contributed.

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Forming collegial networks

A number of literacy and numeracy forums were held across the Kimberley in 2011/12. They provided an excellent environment to nurture collegial networks, the sharing of effective approaches and identified quality resources.

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Only a click away

The Weblinks section contains links to useful websites categorised by priority areas.

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Be informed

Kimberley Kaleidoscope, the KSZ newsletter, is published three to four times a year. The publication showcases the efforts of Kimberley schools, introduces strategies and lists new resources.

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Professional Learning

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