How do women in schools in 2022 find themselves in positions of leadership? What do we need to think about as we chart a future that is both equitable and transformative?These were just some of the questions our Head of School, Dr Julie McGonigle, tackled as part of the Association of Independent Schools of NSW’s ‘Women in Leadership’ panel yesterday.Full Story
Space to breathe: coaching program provides solutions
Do you have space to breathe in your place of work? In an education industry that is increasingly stretched and strapped for time, it can feel impossible to find space for big picture reflection and personal improvement,
Come and join us at a workplace that received Voice Project’s Best Workplace Award for staff satisfaction and engagement in 2020, and was recently awarded “5 Star Employer of Choice” for positive employee experiences by The Educator.
Why the uniform has such appeal
Deputy Head of School Brad Swibel talked to the Sun Herald about all things uniforms and it made the paper this past week.
Teachers rewarded for excellence
At the Australian Education Awards on Friday night Kaye Chalwell and Rebecca Newman were recognised as Excellence Awardees in the category of Primary School Teacher of the Year (non-Government).
Welcome to our school
We invited parents and potential future students to our campus earlier this month to explore what it’s like to attend St Andrew’s Cathedral School as a student.
Town Hall Billboard
Old Andrean Keziah Bailey (OA2020) was waiting for a train at Town Hall station last month when she spotted herself across the tracks.
NAIDOC week celebrations
We celebrated NAIDOC week at the end of the last school term with an assembly in St Andrew’s Cathedral that was filled with First Nations culture and lore.
Educate Plus Community Award
A team from our support and operational staff received Educate Plus’ Community Event Award last week for their efforts in putting together our Gala Dinner last year.
Staff hit the stage
Students from across our school gathered last Friday for our annual house music competition, SACS Factor.
Dr McGonigle on the power of hope
Head of School Dr Julie McGonigle was the guest lecturer at the Teaching Schools Alliance Sydney’s bespoke learning session for teachers-in-training last week.
What’s in a brand?
How do you create a stand-out brand? According to our Senior Designer Rachel Heriot, every school has a brand, whether they realise it or not.
What makes a 5 star employer?
What’s the difference between a 1-star, 4-star and even 5-star employer? How do you work out where your school sits?