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    1. Strategic Policy and Planning (SPP)

    2. The Strategic Policy and Planning (SPP) Unit supports the Minister, Secretary and the Deputy Secretary (Early Years and Schools) by providing high level advice on and support for the development and implementation of the Government’s and the department’s strategic priorities. Role of SPP

    3. What we do – key aspects • Manage the development and review of strategic and operational policies for the division. • Provide advice to departmental staff in relation to policy development and implementation. • Support and coordinate agency wide initiatives and priority issues. • Provide administrative support and coordinate information for the Secretary, Deputy Secretary (EYS) and other senior managers of the department. • Work closely with other business units, particularly Legal Services.

    4. Examples • Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse • School Transition Fund • Support for the Deputy Secretary (EYS) • Diary and meeting support • Coordinate key processes for the EYS Division – e.g. incoming government briefings, estimates committee briefings • Budget monitoring • Right to Information and Personal Information Protection • Coordinate National Council responses (Education Council and AEEYSOC – Secretary and Minister) • Registrar of the Schools Registration Board • DoE Representative on THEAC • Recent policy documents • Event Management Policy and Guidelines • Duty of Care • Use of Vehicles in Child and Family Centres • Entertainment Expenses Procedure • Corporate Card Procedure • Administration of Medication (being updated) Procedures • Specific Health Issues Procedures • School Based Immunisations • Working Groups • Inclusion Working Group - Disability • Minister’s Action Plan on Year 11 and 12 • State-wide initiative/priorities • Chaplaincy • School Breakfast Program • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex (LGBTI)

    5. DoE Policy Framework

    6. Policy on Policy Development • Under review. • Primary focus is non-schools. • Consistent approach across the agency. • Assists staff to develop best practice policy. • Provides schools with an understanding of agency policy making and how it relates to school based policy.

    7. What about school based policies? • School based policies are the responsibility of schools. • Must be informed and aligned with agency wide policies.

    8. Where to find documents - Internet

    9. Where to find documents - Intranet

    10. Resources and Communication • Email from Secretary at the start of the school year - provides a list of all key policy documents. • Early Years and Schools Newsletter (currently sent to principals). • Infostream • Learning Service newsletters • Principal forums • Legal Issues Handbook for Schools (developed by Legal Services and available on the Intranet)

    11. Feedback and Survey • We continually review our policy documents so feedback is welcomed. This can be directed through your learning services or via Survey • We want to find out how best to capture your expertise. • What works? • What doesn’t? • Do we target information correctly? E.g. through principals. • Best ways to consult with SBMs?

    12. How to contact us? For further information or advice please contact us: Or Anita Griffin – Manager SPP 6165 5779

    13. Further contact • Aaron Gadd • Monique Gowans • Joel Palmer • Amy Robertson • Angelene Whelan (Admin support – Deputy Secretary) • Amy Heffernan (Admin Support – Deputy Secretary) • Suzanne Pennicott-Jones (Legal Services)