In this episode, number 58, I want to dive into the topic of promoting Community and Family Studies at your school. We're right in the midst of subjects selection season, and it's the perfect time to make a significant impact on how you promote the CAFS course to students, parents, teachers, and executives. Think of it as running a campaign leading up to a grand final or a political election. I'll be sharing six practical and actionable strategies that you can implement right away in your classroom. So make sure to have your pen and paper handy, whether you're listening on your morning walk, during your commute, or wherever you are. These strategies have personally helped me see a remarkable increase in student enrollment when I first started teaching, and I can't wait for you to experience the same success.

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Get ready for a bite-sized pill of wisdom as we explore six powerful hacks to revolutionize the way you promote Community and Family Studies at your school. Let's make a lasting impact together! So tune in, get inspired, and let's connect, learn, and grow as we embark on this journey of promoting CAFS like never before.


Show Notes 


If you're ready to teach CAFS with a more strategic approach and help your students achieve their desired results while loving the subject, you've come to the right place. Join me on this podcast as we explore simplified strategies, get inspired, and connect, learn, and grow together. 

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Since 2004 I have been teaching PDHPE and Community & Family Studies. I love learning. It lights me up. I am so passionate about supporting you to be the best educator you can be.

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To build on the knowledge, understanding and skills of Community & Family Studies teachers to set their students up for success with confidence.



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