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It was great to see our CEO Dallas McInerney visit one of our favourite schools this week, Mater Dei School, Camden!
Did you know Mater Dei School work with babies, children as well as young adults with an intellectual disability in conjunction with their families and carers to provide innovative and contemporary education and therapy services.
Mater Dei School is the oldest and original educational offering of Mater Dei, which began as an orphanage by the Sisters of the Good Samaritan Order in 1910.
Thanks also to Sam Giles State Manager Policy & Programs at CSNSW and Mater Dei Principal Mark Raue for a great visit to a wonderful school 💙 ... See MoreSee Less
It was great to see St Augustine's College - Sydney student & creator of the A fiver for a Farmer campaign, Jack Berne chatting with Prime Minister Scott Morrison (ScoMo) via video yesterday. An incredible young man! Check it out below 🙌 ... See MoreSee Less
A special message from the Premier of NSW to the Year 12 students sitting their HSC exams this year. #stayhealthyhsc
Look after yourselves, stay healthy and check out these tips and resources on education.nsw.gov.au/student-wellbeing/stay-healthy-HSC ... See MoreSee Less
IN CONVERSATION 🎙
Tune in live tonight at 7.30pm to hear from Chris Smyth, Director of Catholic Schools Office Diocese of Armidale in conversation with Catherine Jackson as they discuss 'culture change for school improvement and our learnings from COVID-19 experiences.'
Head to the Thriving Matters Facebook page for more.🚀Culture Is Connections🚀 #schoolculture during #covid19
Continuing #EducationMatters series we are looking at school culture this week.
✅ A culture will be strong or weak depending on interactions between the people in the organisation.
✅ In a strong culture, there are many, overlapping, and cohesive interactions among all members of the organization.
✅ Knowledge about your educating organisations distinctive character — and what it takes to thrive in it — is widely spread and reinforced.
✅ In a weak culture, sparse interactions make it difficult for people to learn the organization’s culture, so its character is barely noticeable and the commitment to it is scarce or sporadic.
This week my panel guests are Chris Smyth and Catherine Jackson as we share insights and observations on
‘Culture Change for School Improvement’ - what have we learnt during #COVIDVIC19 that can't be lost?
Join @ThrivingMattersStudio Tues 15 Sept 7.30pm via Facebook Live - see you then!
#schoolimprovement #schooladministrators #principals ThePrincipals Principal's Desk EducationUSA Bangladesh EducationUSA Mark Heiss Mary Ryan Danielle Cronin Susan Judd ... See MoreSee Less