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  1. IMPLEMENTING THE AWARDLeaders Day South Australian Education Staff (Government Preschools and Schools) Arbitrated Enterprise Bargaining Award 2010

  2. Funding Arrangements Industrial Obligations Local Management Legislation & Government Policies The Planning Puzzle

  3. Funding Arrangements • 2011 Funding Arrangements • Additional $265 million over 4 years • Tier 1 Staffing to per Capita (Student Centred Funding Model) • RAAP, CPC & Special Needs (Tier 2) process the same • Based on 2008 & 2009 discussion • ICT Support funding • SSO per special class • “Same or More” commitment • Future Development • Extending the per-capita arrangements • Review model & funding policies • Management support tools

  4. What’s on the USB • Presentation • The Award • What’s Different • Bulletins • Award Fact Sheets • Implementation Guidelines Sheets • Student Centred Funding Model Notes • Workshop Activity Sheets • Calculators

  5. Structure of Day Session 1: Preparing for the Award Changes: Part 1 Session 2: Group Activity on Teacher Workloads Session 3: Table Reports Morning Tea Session 4: Preparing for the Award Changes: Part 2 Session 5: Group Activity on Award Changes Session 6: Table Reports Session 7: School Budget: Part 1 - Student Centred Funding Model Lunch Session 8: School Budget: Part 2 – Budget Planning Session 9: Changing Role of the Personnel Advisory Committee Session 10: Group Activity on the PAC Session 11: Questions, Summary and Future Directions Finish

  6. Preparing for the Award Changes: Part 1 Session 1

  7. What’s Different? – Update Bulletin 2 Leadership • School Size and Complexity Rating (SSACR) – Schedule 6 • New PCO9 Principal for large complex schools • Only one DP in a school • New PC05 Deputy Principal classification • Deputy Principal classifications • Introduction of Senior Leader classification to replace Assistant Principal classification • New Work Level Definitions for Senior Leader and Coordinator positions – Schedule 7

  8. What’s Different? – Update Bulletin 2 Teacher Quality • Step 9 Teacher – Schedule 3 • Advanced Skills Teacher 2 (AST 2) – Clause 6.5 Support Staff • Conversion to Permanency – Clause 2.2 • Overtime / TOIL for SSO’s and ECW’s (existing time bank arrangements will continue) – Clause 5.5

  9. What’s Different? – Update Bulletin 2 All Employees • Paid Maternity or Adoption Leave – Clause 4.4 and 4.5 Reviews • Review of Teacher and Leader Work – Clause 5.6 • Review of employment, recruitment and selection policies and processes – Decision paragraph 176

  10. Other HR Considerations • SSO Support for Special Classes • A minimum of one School Services Officer be present while a class in a special school, special unit or special class is being taught (based on 26 hrs and 40 mins) • ICT Support Commitment • $12m per annum of additional ICT technical and curriculum support in schools

  11. Teacher Workload – Award Part 5

  12. Teacher Workload • Factors to consider • Rostered teaching sessions, school camps, concerts, excursions • Preparation, assessment • Meetings, administration time, reporting, yard duty, after school sport and organisational duties • Class size, curriculum mix, range of ability and age of students, resources available and facilities • Award prescribes • Maximum face to face teaching • Minimum non instruction time • Maximum average class sizes • Alternative arrangements can be agreed

  13. Face to Face Teaching – Clause 5.2 • Curriculum Instruction Activities • Rostered teaching sessions • Tutoring or special needs support • Relief teaching lessons • Student personal development activities • Rehearsals, practices, presentations, performances which are part of the curriculum • Work experience and vocational education program delivery and/or supervision • School excursions and camps which are part of the curriculum • Student counsellor - time allocated for student counselling and consultation • Teacher librarian - time allocated for student contact and consultation in a library

  14. Face to Face Teaching (continued) • Maximum face to face teaching hours per week • Secondary Teacher - 21 hours per week • Primary Teacher - 22 hours 30 mins per week • Teacher and Principal, in consultation with the PAC, can agree to alternative arrangements including averaging • In general, the maximum face to face arrangements in an area or combined school would be those appropriate to the level of schooling where the teacher spends the majority of their time teaching • Alternative arrangements may be agreed between the teacher and the Principal in consultation with the PAC

  15. Leadership Face to Face Teaching Time- Clause 5.2

  16. Leadership Face to Face Teaching Time - continued • R-12 or Area Schools • Face to face teaching hours will be those corresponding to the same leadership level and level of schooling in which the leader spends the majority of their face to face teaching time.

  17. Beginning Teacher Face to Face Teaching - Clause 5.2 • Criteria • Permanent and full year temporary appointments • School year following the year graduate completes teaching qualification • Mid-year graduates employed in term 3 or 4 of their graduating year would receive no support for that period, but would be eligible to receive support the following year • Ineligible if the graduate is not employed by DECS in the year following graduation • Maximum face to face teaching hours per week • Cannot be averaged across a term or a school year • 0.1 FTE Supplementation • Secondary • Beginning teacher - 18h 54m per week • Beginning ATSI teacher - 16h 48m per week • Primary • Beginning teacher - 20h 15m per week • Beginning ATSI teacher - 18h per week

  18. Non Instruction Time – Clause 5.2 • Curriculum Support Activities • Preparation of lessons • Assessment of student work • Curriculum development • Leadership time • for Coordinators, Counsellors, Senior Leaders, Deputy Principals and Principals • Minimum Non Instruction time • Secondary • Teacher - 5 hours 40 mins per week • Beginning teacher - 7 hours 46 mins per week • Beginning ATSI teacher - 9 hours 52 mins per week • Primary • Teacher - 4 hours 10 mins per week • Beginning teacher - 6 hours 25 mins per week • Beginning ATSI teacher - 8 hours 40 mins per week

  19. Other Duties – Clause 5.2.12 • Duties as directed by Principal • Organisational duties may include: • Yard Duty • Lunch Supervision • Assembly Supervision • Administration Time • Sports Day Organisation • School Magazine • Pedal Prix • Curriculum support activities • It is recognised that additional time outside of NIT will be required to complete tasks such as lesson preparation and marking

  20. Group Activity on Teacher Workload Session 2

  21. Table Reports Session 3

  22. Morning Tea

  23. Preparing for the Award Changes: Part 2 Session 4

  24. School Class Sizes – Clause 5.3 Shall on average across the year levels not be greater than: Years R to 2 26 Years 3 to 7 30 Years 8, 9 & 10 29 Years 11 & 12 26 Multiple Year Level Classes (e.g. year 2/3 class) Award does not provide direction where the year levels span the above groupings Options: The number of students from each year level grouping is similar – use average Majority of students in one grouping – use majority student year level class size

  25. School Class Sizes (continued) • Practical class sizes should be safe and without risks to health and will be determined by • nature of the activities, • nature of the equipment used, • maturity and competence of the students, and • capabilities of the teacher. • Principal and PAC can consider the student learning complexities in determining the number of students in each class

  26. Group Activity on Award Changes Session 5

  27. Table Reports Session 6

  28. School BudgetPart 1: Student Centred Funding Model Session 7

  29. What is the Student Centred Funding Model? • Places student learning at the heart of funding • Funding that is based more fairly upon each student enrolment • More predictable • less vulnerable to large funding changes resulting from minor changes in enrolment • Greater flexibility in aligning funding to local needs

  30. Need for Change • Confidence to plan • Education reform to lift student outcomes • Personalised learning • Out of school • SACE • VET • No risky large steps • Move forward responding to leaders

  31. 2011 Student Centred Funding Model • Provides funding to implement the new Award • Additional $265 million over 4 years • Interim model • Tier 1 staffing entitlements converted to per-capita • RAAP, CPC & Special Needs (Tier 2) funding process the same • Per-student allocation for every enrolment • different year level rates • Base allocations to address economies of scale • Maintains current funding policy • Primary/Secondary • School Type • School Size • Country/Metro • Same or More funding commitment

  32. What’s In? Principals Deputy Principal, Senior Leaders (Assistant Principal) Coordinators Secondary Counsellor Teachers (includes Term 3 and 4 Intake and Teacher-Librarian) School Services Officer Administrative Services Officer, Government Service Employee , Operational Service Officer, Storeperson Flexible Initiatives Resourcing Additional Leadership Admin Time What’s Not? Tier 2 Allocations (Special Needs staffing) Early Years Initiatives (JP160, Early Years Scheme, Additional Year 3 Teachers) FLO and Youth Compact enrolments TRTs Community Libraries Grants Utilities RAAP adjustments Supplementations Student Centred Funding Model

  33. Tier 2 Leadership and Ancillary

  34. Same or More Commitment • The government has provided a commitment that “all schools resourced pursuant to the SCFM will receive the same or more funding compared to the funding they would have received had they continued to be funded pursuant to the formula described in the SAD, plus additional leadership administration time and Flexible Initiatives Resourcing.” • Commitment is for the life of the Award (2011 and 2012) • The commitment is based on same year to year enrolments • Same or More funding will appear in Part 1 of the RES under the SCFM allocations (if required)

  35. Student Centred Funding Model • Enrolments • Day 6 Enrolment Survey • Average of Term 1 enrolments and projections Terms 2, 3 and 4 • Provides certainty of funding • Once Term 1 enrolments have been finalised • Per Capita Rates • R-2 $5,101 • 3-7 $4,564 • 8-10 $7,353 • 11-12+ $7,583 • Very small secondary enrolments • Area Schools with very small secondary enrolments will continue to be funded via a step based formula increasing in $120,000 steps • Bases • Three All Schools • Three Small Schools • Funding • Sum of per capita and two bases

  36. Area/ Combined School Bases Eg. Enrolment 44 = $255,000 + $118,586 = $373,586 Enrolment 600 = $1,100,000 + $0 = $1,100,000

  37. Primary School Bases Eg. Enrolment 44 = $170,659 + $65,000 = $235,659 Enrolment 600 = $350,000 + $0 = $350,000

  38. Secondary School Bases Eg. Enrolment 44 = $450,000 + $104,211 = $554,211 Enrolment 600 = $560,000 + $0 = $560,000

  39. Student Centred Funding Model

  40. Resource Entitlement Statement

  41. Schools Not Funded via SCFM • Some schools can not be funded via the SCFM in 2011 • Special Schools (would result in large variations in funding due to low enrolment numbers) • Schools without continuous enrolments (eg Arbury Park Outdoor School, Youth Education Centre) • Schools with special funding needs (eg Open Access College) • These schools will continue to be funded as per current practice

  42. Additional ICT Support • The IRCSA view “ICT has a substantial impact on the work of teachers and leaders, either through the performance of additional work in the area of ICT or as a result of the redirection of resources into ICT support” • $12m to schools to support ICT • Base of $10,000 to every school PLUS • Per-capita - approximately $38 for every student • Schools will use the funding in variety of ways • A range of services to support the planning and implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) that enhances the learning of students in the modern world

  43. SSO Support for Special Classes • SSO Support for Special Classes • A minimum of one School Services Officer be present while a class in a special school, special unit or special class is being taught (based on 26 hrs and 40 mins) • Allocation Methodology • Assume Special Schools with entitlement >= 150 HPW would have 90 HPW admin (Reception + Finance + Computing/Admin. Support) • Assume Special Schools with entitlement < 150 HPW would have 60 HPW admin • Assume Disability Units & CHICs would have 30 HPW admin • Class support required = number of classes x 26 hrs and 40 mins • Additional support required = Class support required + admin – entitlement • Funding based on SSO2 2011 standard salary rates

  44. Questions

  45. Lunch

  46. School BudgetPart 2 - Budget Planning Session 8

  47. 2011 budget process • Budgeting • What has changed? • What hasn’t changed? • Budget workshops • Support

  48. 2011 Budget Puzzle Opening Cash Balance 2011 Income (including RES) Expenditure Closing Cash Balance

  49. 2011 Budgeting process • What budgeting processes have changed? • Calculation of Student Centred funding in the budgeted RES • Salaries expenditure

  50. SBPT - Cash Flow Summary