Supporting the next generation of speech and language pathologists for schools

DECYP is offering a new scholarship program for speech and language pathology students to secure employment in Tasmanian Government schools.

Their first 1000 days last a lifetime – we need your help!

Let’s get all of Tasmania talking about the importance of the first 1000 days and the simple actions we all can take to ensure children thrive and grow.

Update on Hobart City High School and Elizabeth College public consultation

The schools will remain as separate entities, but continue to operate in partnership.

Queen Consort of Denmark

On behalf of her former schools in Tasmania, we congratulate Crown Princess Mary on being the world’s first Australian-born European Queen and wish her all the best in her new role.

Working it Out and A Fairer World to continue to work in our schools

We know that when children and young people feel valued, safe and supported they are in the best position to learn.

Celebrating staff for their 25 Years of Service

Over 130 DECYP staff have recently been acknowledged and celebrated at events around the state for completing 25 continuous years…

Reforming Tasmania’s youth justice system

The Youth Justice Blueprint 2024-2034 outlines the Government’s 10 year plan to reform the youth justice system.

‘Foster Care – the Difference is You’ Campaign Launched Today!

The Foster Care – the Difference is You campaign has been launched today to encourage potential carers to take the next steps to become a Foster Carer.

Government Response to the Commission of Inquiry’s final report

This article contains information about child sexual abuse that some people may find distressing. You will find a link to…

Community decides on school logos and colours for Brighton High School and Legana Primary School

The Brighton and Legana communities have selected their school logos and uniform colours for their brand-new schools opening in 2025.