The Society & Culture Association Events


The HSC Study day is a great event for students to check their understanding of course topics and depth studies. Each topic is presented by dedicated speakers who are passionate in their subject areas.

HSC exam tips, country study advice and revision techniques are also discussed, in an effort to prepare all students  for the upcoming HSC exam.

Tuesday 1st June ,Wesley Conference Centre. 

Registrations  open Monday 3rd May at 3pm


Flagship FUNdamentals

This event had really positive feedback and therefore we have decided to continue to sell the resources.

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The Society and Culture Association is hosting our first round of professional development for the year, ‘Flagship FUNdamentals’.

The day is designed for (but not limited to!) early career teachers or teachers new to our subject  Places at the Library are limited to 60 due to COVID-19 venue restrictions. 

Presentations will cover the Preliminary Course with a focus on concepts, theories and assessment, including  

  • The SocioCultural World – Applying concepts, appropriate focus studies and the use of questionnaires as a research method

  • Personal and Social Identity and Intercultural Communication – Application of theories, appropriate focus studies and the use of research methods.

  • Assessment – NESA perspective – Designing quality tasks using Stronger HSC standards, use of data to inform assessment and understanding outcomes.

  • Assessment: Classroom teacher perspective – Task designs and checklists, formative and summative assessment ideas, explicit teaching of examination techniques.

Additional information:

  • Pending NESA accreditation – information will be supplied to support teachers enter details as Elective PD if required 
  • Still pending information as to whether the sessions will be recorded and available after the event. 
  • Registrations for the Metcalfe will close Monday 15th March (unless sold out prior) 
  • The ZOOM will have the capacity for Q&A and this will be monitored throughout the day. 
  • A range of engaging presentations and teaching resources have been developed for each session – these will be emailed to participants by Wednesday 17th March.

Please contact if you have any questions about this event.