Kathryn certainly keeps busy as a member of the Support and Operations team – but in addition to that she has written a chapter of a newly published book called, Resilience: Turning Struggle into Strength. She tells the heartfelt story of assisting and advocating for her son through his difficult learning challenges and how that shaped them both and the wider family.
Last year, members from our Support & Operations team took part in an office book club and chose to read James Clear's 'Atomic Habits'.Today, members of our team took a short walk to the International Conventions Centre to hear from James Clear Live as part of his Australia and New Zealand Tour.
Congratulations to our Director of Teaching Mrs Dominique Haynes who will be hosting an exciting seminar in collaboration with Edpuzzle.Dominique's presentation focuses on sustainable ways teachers can give feedback to students that is highly impactful and aims to alleviate some of the cognitive load of teachers.
Thanks to St Andrews Cathedral School’s Elle Smith and Aunty Lavinia Williams for the workshop they held for K-12 staff recently on integrating First Nations knowledge and perspectives into the classroom.
This week, the Support & Operational staff from our School travelled to our Outdoor Education Centre, Kirrikee, in the Southern Highlands of NSW.For most of our staff, this was their first time visiting Kirrikee, where they spent the day collaborating through team-building activities and working together to solve complex challenges.
We are thrilled to announce the Keynote Speaker for our online Research Conversations Education Conference on 18 October is Dylan Wiliam!
Congratulations to our Deputy Head of Technological & Applied Studies, Mrs Amanda Hogan, who has been selected to present at the upcoming Python Developer Conference!
We’re proud to share the latest edition of Inspired, a biannual publication exploring all the programmes and initiatives that are helping to build the character of students at St Andrew’s Cathedral School.
Last week we had more than 85 Old Andreans across 50 industries come back to St Andrews to speak about their career journeys with our senior students.
At St Andrew’s Cathedral School, we’re blessed to never be far from inspiration. Case in point – our Head of Library (7-12) and IB EE Coordinator, Kathryn Eyre AALIA, MAICD – who inspired us with her recent presentation at the Australian School Libraries Association’s Conference on the Gold Coast.
A new coaching and mentoring programme has been developed at St Andrew’s Cathedral School, designed to maximise the experience of our new teaching staff. The flexible program acknowledges and celebrates that regardless of experience, all our teachers possess teaching expertise and creativity, and that with the right support and empowerment, they can achieve extraordinary outcomes.
Congratulations to Ms Lyn Jarvis our Director of Community Engagement, who was presented with the ‘Passion & Impact’ Award at the Educate Plus NSW/ACT Summit in Canberra last week.
Last night, we were delighted to launch our very first Big Questions seminar exploring Environmental Stewardship from both Aboriginal and scientific perspectives. Pastor Ray Minniecon and Dr Andrew McGonigle shared their knowledge, understanding and different experiences of the world around us, which was followed up by an insightful Q&A with important questions from our audience that led us on a journey to what is possible.
We are delighted to be hosting exceptional Australian Educational leaders over 2023, delivering powerful insights into Educational Leadership.
It is a busy week for Reverend Emma Newling who is presenting at both the 2023 Christian Education Conference and the 2023 CRU Teachers’ Conference.
Our dedicated St Andrew’s Cathedral School buses have had a stunning facelift. The detailed artworks of the iconic Sydney landmarks that surround our school were revealed early this year as part of our School’s new brand roll-out.