Moving forward

From its genesis, the Building the Education Revolution was always going subject to political and media scrutiny.  Yet it’s unfortunate that schools get caught as collateral damage in the cross-fire of political debate and editorial opinion. While economists and politicians seem to stand divided over the Building the Education Revolution’s economic merits, there is no doubt that schools … More Moving forward

Reflections – part 2

The Building the Education Revolution has allowed many of our primary schools to closely examine the dynamic between contemporary pedagogy and learning environments.  New opportunities to reflect on how teachers work together, plan and teach is resulting in positive outcomes for learners. Throughout 2009,  staff at St Monica’s Primary, North Richmond have been exploring ways … More Reflections – part 2