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Minns pledges to tackle teacher burnout

NSW Premier Chris Minns has said Labor will take steps to address teacher burnout and shortages, by making more staff permanent, fighting administrative overload and simplifying the accreditation process.

Where students become teachers

While most students can’t wait to finish high school, Fred Azar couldn’t wait to go back. He was so inspired by his time at...

Diocese moves to alleviate teacher burnout

Catholic Schools Broken Bay have several initiatives in place to ease and prevent teacher burnout. Michael Reid, principal at St Paul’s Catholic College in Manly,...

Teachers fleeing the job

Educators are leaving teaching in droves. Experts say it’s serious Education experts warn that the shortage of teachers across the country is dire with ever-increasing...

Non-government schools strike over teacher burnout, staff shortages

By Adam Wesselinoff and Peter Rosengren Teacher burnout, staff shortages and the ongoing pressures of COVID-19 have driven Catholic teachers to strike twice in the...

Solving schools staffing crisis

In a joint partnership between Australian Catholic University and the National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC), teacher education ...

Australia’s teachers hit ‘tipping point’ from burnout, pandemic pressure and workload...

Australia’s teaching profession is at a “tipping point” due to burnout, growing professional expectations and the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic …

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Council of Catholic School Parents Awards Pre-service Teacher Scholarship

  University of Notre Dame Primary Education student Saige Conners was awarded The Council of Catholic School Parents NSW/ACT Scholarship valued at $2,000 to put...

Best career working with animals

If you are an animal lover with a penchant for teaching, Georgia Cairns has one of the most enviable jobs in the world. For the...

“Miss, just because you look like a princess doesn’t mean you...

When you teach Kindergarten you get to experience the adoration of thirty-two students as well as their brutal honesty. From fashion tips to marriage...

Archbishop celebrates Mass with bicentennial beginner teachers

  Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP welcomed hundreds of new teachers to the Sydney Catholic Schools family with a New Teachers Mass last week. The Archbishop celebrated...

NSW Schools Boss calls for better, smarter regulation

Catholic Schools NSW has called for reform to regulation in our schools with Executive Director Dallas McInerney saying we need to "let teachers be...
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