A series of conversations with educators who are delivering quality teaching and learning to improve life opportunities for every young person in their care. Episodes will be published every two weeks.
Primary School Principal of the Year Paul McDermott joins Mark Scott to discuss how Blue Haven Public became a ‘hot school’.
Author and educator Cameron Paterson stops by the Every Student Podcast to discuss flipping the system.
Tim Lloyd joins Mark Scott on the Every Student Podcast to discuss how industry partnerships set up students for success.
Mark Scott sits down with Moulamein Public School Principal Jennie Wilson to ask why she fell in love with teaching in small schools.
Teacher, scientist and aquanaut Lloyd Godson joins Mark Scott on the podcast to talk world records, inspiring students and changing careers.
In an episode of firsts: a student joins the Every Student Podcast with Stephanie McConnell – the first principal of Lindfield Learning Village.
Teachers Federation President Maurie Mulheron joins Secretary Mark Scott for a candid interview discussing bureaucracy, banjos and leading a school.
What can the experiences learned in founding a school teach us about future-focused education? Anzac Park Public School’s Unity Taylor-Hill on the Every Student Podcast.
Mark Scott sits down with Murray Kitteringham from Sir Joseph Banks High to ask why the most innovative schools are “uncomfortable but willing”.
Fiona Kelly joins the podcast to explain her journey to becoming an exceptional leader at the school she once attended, one of the state’s most remote.
Campbelltown Performing Arts High principal Stacey Quince stops by the podcast to talk about how her school ensures every student is known, valued and cared for.
Australia’s favourite maths teacher and ‘Local Hero’ Eddie Woo chats with Mark Scott in a special episode recorded live at the University of Sydney.
ANU Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell joins the Every Student Podcast to discuss emerging artificial intelligence and its impact on society.
How did the child of migrants become one of our most well-known school leaders? John Goh from Merrylands East Public School chats with Mark Scott.
Meet one of NSW’s most exciting young educators, a high school teacher at Rooty Hill in Sydney’s west, and one of the world’s top 10 teachers for 2019.
Join Mark Scott, Secretary of the NSW Department of Education, as he introduces listeners to the education leaders who are doing things differently to drive positive change in our classrooms.