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WA’s new literacy centre for excellence

Curtin University will host a new centre for excellence aimed at enhancing the literacy skills of primary school students and boosting literacy teaching in Western Australia.

Focusing on learners and learning

Using its learning motto ‘where you are known’, St Bernard’s identified in 2014 the need to review the impact of learning success across the school community. This led to the school taking part in the Collaborative Impact Program, which four years later, has transformed its ability to ‘know thy impact’ through research, data and a rigour of employing effective instructional practices to ensure learning success for all students.

The case for digital citizenship education

With digital and online technologies becoming more and more popular for the classroom, Jacaranda explains why students and teachers should arm themselves with the skills and knowledge to successfully navigate the digital citizenship maze.

Ensuring quality care

With schools constantly on the lookout for more services offering quality experiences for students, more and more are choosing to outsource their outside of school hours care requirements to external providers, writes Michael Rasmussen, General Manager at Sherpa Kids Australia.

Contributing to our future

Every Australian deserves access to a quality education and the opportunity to succeed, no matter where they live, writes the Hon. Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Education and Training.