St Bernard’s Batemans Bay Catalyst journey featured in Sydney Morning Herald

Dec 2022

On a visit to the school, journalist Lucy Carroll, experienced high impact teaching practice and explicit instruction in Rebecca Brady's kindergarten classroom.

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Educators build on their high impact teaching practice over school holiday break

Oct 2022

Teachers from Canberra Goulburn, Melbourne, Queensland, Tasmania and South Australia, dedicated three days of their school holidays to participate in a High Impact Teaching Practice Intensive Program.

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NSW Premier Perrottet endorses Catalyst

Oct 2022

Catalyst has garnered great interest and acclamation from schools and systems nationwide and, most recently, it has also attracted the attention of the NSW State Government.

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Learning from the Experts – MultiLit in the classroom

Oct 2022

Representatives from MultiLit visited 12 schools in ACT and NSW over two days with the purpose of observing and providing feedback on the practical classroom application of the MultiLit program.

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Bringing Catalyst to the NCEC Conference

Sep 2022

Education Lead Patrick Ellis was invited to speak about Catalyst at the National Catholic Education Conference in September.

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Bringing Catalyst to Tasmania

Aug 2022

CECG staff travelled to Tasmania to share the knowledge of the Science of Learning and Science of Reading and what it means for the classroom with High Impact Teaching Practice

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Teachers and Leaders commence Term 3 with Catalyst Professional Learning

Aug 2022

Teachers continue to engage in Catalyst professional learning with expert presenters - including Dr Lorraine Hammond, Teach Well and CogLearn.

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Education HQ features CECG’s teaching approach

Aug 2022

Author, Sarah Duggan, spoke with CECG Director Ross Fox to learn more about CECG's teaching approach, which is based on the Science of Learning.

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Sharing our Catalyst journey with Catholic Education Tasmania

Jul 2022

CECG teachers and leader's across the system share the impact Catalyst has had on their teaching practice and their students with Catholic Education Tasmania executives.

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What you're saying

  • I love teaching in this way allows children to be their best self, which makes you feel good as a teacher and you just want to keep building them up which is then building you up. What we are doing in schools at the moment is bringing out the best in everyone. Providing structure, routine and confidence. I learn so much from watching others, to then have others come into my class to observe my lessons and watch me, I am so open share and collaborate and build each other up, that is the best thing about this Catalyst Journey
    Monique George Year 3/4 Teacher
    St Thomas the Apostle Kambah
  • The staff at St Mary’s are excited to be taking part in professional learning that aligns with our prior experience and knowledge. The professional learning has been engaging, practical and relevant.
    Sarah LowePrincipal
    St Mary’s Primary School - Crookwell
  • I’ve seen a significant growth in student knowledge and deep understanding of the literacy concepts within my Stage 1 classroom. Student engagement is high due to the fast pace of delivery, visual scaffolds, and multisensory movement to embed concepts being taught.
    Jenny SmithCoordinator and Stage One Teacher
    St Bernard’s Primary School - Batemans Bay
  • Our journey at Sacred Heart has set us on a focused path to improving students’ outcomes for reading and writing. We were also seeking common language across the school around the science of reading - we are now well on our way!
    Janica MorellaLearning Support
    Sacred Heart, Pearce