The Community and Family Studies (CAFS) syllabus is a curriculum document that outlines the content and skills that students are expected to learn in a CAFS course. The syllabus is developed by the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA) and is designed to provide guidance to teachers and students about what will be taught and assessed in CAFS.
The CAFS syllabus typically covers a range of topics related to the study of families and communities, including family dynamics and relationships, community development, and social issues and policy. The syllabus is designed to develop a range of skills in students, including critical thinking, research and analytical skills, and the ability to communicate effectively.
To access the NESA CAFS syllabus, follow these steps:
- Visit the NESA website: Go to the NESA website at www.nesa.nsw.edu.au.
- Find the syllabus: Click on the “Curriculum” tab, then select “Syllabuses” from the drop-down menu.
- Select the subject: From the list of subjects, select “Community and Family Studies.”
- View the syllabus: The CAFS syllabus will be displayed, which includes the content and skills that students are expected to learn in a CAFS course.
It’s important to note that the NESA CAFS syllabus is subject to change, and students and teachers should check the NESA website regularly for updates and changes to the syllabus. If you need additional support or have questions about the NESA CAFS syllabus, you can contact NESA directly for assistance.
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