Sydney Catholic schools have maintained a trend of continual improvement in academic achievement with their latest NAPLAN gains.
Discovery, humor and questions ruled when Australian children’s author Morris Gleitzman shared his secret to beginning a story easily with students in Years 3 to 6 at St Therese Catholic Primary Mascot.
Our Lady of Fatima Caringbah student and gifted writer Zach O’Hara has won a state-wide storytelling competition with a timely tale.
A book club at Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Primary Sefton has renewed student interest in a magical series.
Home to more than 250 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, Australia is one of the most linguistically diverse countries in the world.
Data walls and high expectations are helping Our Lady of Mount Carmel Primary Waterloo students to improve their literacy skills.
There are many ways to foster a love of reading in your child, including these three quick tips.
A ‘SWAT’ team of teachers at St Therese Catholic Primary Sadleir-Miller has been working with students to help them improve their reading.
Teachers hold the key to ensuring students understand the language requirements for each of their subjects with ‘Literacy: The Next Step’.
A system-wide approach based on best practice and current research exemplifies the teaching of literacy across Sydney Catholic schools.