The coronavirus pandemic has created a learning curve for everyone. Teachers, students, parents and grandparents are acquiring new skills and techniques in relation to interacting and imparting and receiving knowledge.
Senior student luminaries from the Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle attended a successful three-day retreat in the first week of March during which they grew their understanding of leadership in a Catholic school setting.
The Interim Report of the $104 million Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety released on 31 October last year assesses the sector as being in “a sad and shocking state that diminishes Australia as a nation”.
The email from the Department of Communities and Justice on 19 December last year to those from the Hunter involved in the state government’s Family Preservation Program (FPP) was a lesson in great communication — succinct and powerful.