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The following list of websites has been prepared for students; to provide assistance with learning, support in dealing with challenges and help in preparing for life after school.

For more information, visit the NSW Department of Education’s The Welcome Program website.


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Assessment and study – practical information from the NSW Department of Education on studying and scoring top marks for assessments.

Assessment Resource Centre (ARC) – samples of student work and assessments (K-12).

NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) – information about NAPLAN, ROSA and the HSC.

Online multiple choice – online practice tests from NESA, for ROSA and the HSC.

Deakin University English Language Institute – helping students to develop independent learning skills.

Anti-racism and anti-bullying

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Anti-bullying for students – for help if you have been bullied, seen bullying, or if you may have been involved in bullying.

Bullying. No way! – trustworthy and practical information about dealing with bullying.

Office of the eSafety Commissioner – helping young people have safe, positive experiences online.

Racism. No way – promotes anti-racism education programs, strategies and resources.

Reach Out – a leading online mental health organisation for young people and their parents.

Pathways and career planning

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Skills NSW – developed by the NSW Department of Education to help students decide their next steps after school.

My Future – preparing students for life after school.

School to Work – practical advice for students, parents and the community to support career decision making.