Programs

Schools that participate in the fully funded* Good to Great Schools Australia program can participate in one or all of the programs on offer. Schools receive all of the teacher and student materials required to implement the program, plus tailored implementation support and training through our online professional development platform.

English Covers Language, Spelling,
Seading and Writing Using
Evidence-Based Instruction

Lessons are carefully sequenced and structured, have rapid reviews, check for understanding and regular progress tests so students can consolidate and master critical content.

Oz-e-maths works in synergy
with Connecting Maths
Concepts teaching explicit
strategies that enable students
to master difficult ideas

Connecting Maths Concepts and Oze-maths lessons are carefully sequenced and structured, have rapid reviews, check for understanding and regular progress tests so students can consolidate and master critical content.

Oz-e-science balances
teacherdirected
instruction and inquiry
learning and boosts student
engagement in science

Oz-e-science covers all the Australian Curriculum sciences encouraging all students to fall in love with knowledge, gain a sense of wonder about the universe, understand the power and potential of scientific endeavour, and make science a part of their life’s journey

Schools participating in the fully funded* program also receive:
  • Access to the Great Teaching Portal, our online library of ready to use curriculum and teaching resources.
  • Access to the Mastery Teaching Pathway, our online self-guided training and coaching pathway for teaching teams and instructional leaders.
  • Teaching and Learning Instrument
  • Access to Leading Mate, our software that provides school leadership teams with the tools and data to self-manage their delivery of the implementation, track progress toward their goals and follow up improvement actions with respective teaching team members. Leading Mate includes:
  • Continuous Improvement Framework allows school leaders and teaching team members to view and address persistent or impactful delivery anomalies causing drag on the school’s improvement efforts. It has a degree of automaticity that shows the problem, the impact, the correcting action required, by whom and when. They are always addressed through school leadership guidance and GGSA oversight.
  • Support Centre allows school leaders to send requests for specific support through the online system, which triages the responsible coach who will action the support request, with leader having full visibility of the status and advice or action provided.
  • Teaching Mate (SPT) provides teaching team members with the tools and data to monitor student progress and self-manage their delivery of teaching with levels of automatic analysis, so that they can interpret diagnostics and remedy their teaching and learning issues in the classroom.

* Places are limited and priority is given to schools that meet the following criteria:

  • Australian primary schools
  • Geographically located in outer regional, remote and very remote areas.
  • Have Indigenous students enrolled at the time of signing onto the program.