Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum Review

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Background

The Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum (KS:CPC) is an evidence-based, world leading child safety and respectful relationships curriculum. The Department for Education is reviewing the curriculum to ensure it is contemporary and responsive to emerging evidence.

What's being decided?

This major review of the curriculum will:

  • consider key themes, concepts, priorities and contemporary issues regarding the teaching of child safety and respectful relationships
  • identify best practice child protection curriculum research, advice and resources
  • develop updated age and developmentally appropriate curriculum resources
  • develop additional planning materials to support teachers and leaders implement a consistent, whole school approach to implementation
  • make clearer and deeper connections to the Australian Curriculum, the Early Years Learning Framework and the South Australian Certificate of Education.

Get involved

Have your say by:

  • (our first survey has closed, keep an eye out for further feedback opportunities in early 2023)
  • leaving a comment
  • asking a question
  • emailing a submission to Education.CPC@sa.gov.au
  • posting a written submission to:

Kym Tidswell
Curriculum Programs
Department for Education
GPO Box 1152, ADELAIDE SA 5001

What are the next steps?

As a teacher or leader trained and experienced in implementing the KS:CPC, your feedback will guide the review and inform conversations with leading academics and subject matter experts on the curriculum's structure, sequence and content of learning materials.

Additional feedback opportunities are planned for early 2023.

More information regarding the progress of the review will be published on the KS:CPC website: https://kscpc.sa.edu.au/about/review/

Background

The Keeping Safe: Child Protection Curriculum (KS:CPC) is an evidence-based, world leading child safety and respectful relationships curriculum. The Department for Education is reviewing the curriculum to ensure it is contemporary and responsive to emerging evidence.

What's being decided?

This major review of the curriculum will:

  • consider key themes, concepts, priorities and contemporary issues regarding the teaching of child safety and respectful relationships
  • identify best practice child protection curriculum research, advice and resources
  • develop updated age and developmentally appropriate curriculum resources
  • develop additional planning materials to support teachers and leaders implement a consistent, whole school approach to implementation
  • make clearer and deeper connections to the Australian Curriculum, the Early Years Learning Framework and the South Australian Certificate of Education.

Get involved

Have your say by:

  • (our first survey has closed, keep an eye out for further feedback opportunities in early 2023)
  • leaving a comment
  • asking a question
  • emailing a submission to Education.CPC@sa.gov.au
  • posting a written submission to:

Kym Tidswell
Curriculum Programs
Department for Education
GPO Box 1152, ADELAIDE SA 5001

What are the next steps?

As a teacher or leader trained and experienced in implementing the KS:CPC, your feedback will guide the review and inform conversations with leading academics and subject matter experts on the curriculum's structure, sequence and content of learning materials.

Additional feedback opportunities are planned for early 2023.

More information regarding the progress of the review will be published on the KS:CPC website: https://kscpc.sa.edu.au/about/review/

Questions and Answers

If you have a question about the Review process or the curriculum itself, please ask it here and the Review Team will respond. Questions and responses may be made visible to all users. You can request for it to be made private.

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Page last updated: 28 Nov 2022, 10:08 AM