Catch Up® offers training and support to deliver our two proven interventions

Catch Up® is a not-for-profit charity working to address literacy and numeracy difficulties that contribute to underachievement. We offer two structured one-to-one interventions, Catch Up® Literacy and Catch Up® Numeracy, proven to significantly improve the achievement of learners who find literacy or numeracy difficult.

The Catch Up® Literacy and Catch Up® Numeracy interventions help learners who struggle with literacy and numeracy to improve their skills so they can fully participate in learning and achieve lifelong success. The interventions have been implemented in schools across Australia – in New South Wales, Queensland, Tasmania and Victoria. Request a brochure to find out more.

Catch Up® Training

We offer training in delivering and managing the Catch Up® interventions at training centres and online Map showing
                    			training courses across Australia

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Catch Up Numeracy

15 Nov - Lynne’s logic – The Catch Up® Numeracy process

Welcome back, and as I write this, winter is approaching and the countdown to Christmas has already begun. Exciting times in schools!

I thought in these next blogs it would be good to reflect on the whole Catch Up® Numeracy process, and look closely at the 4 stages that form it. It can be all too easy as an established deliverer to focus on the everyday practicalities and any problems that face you session by session, but, hopefully, some time spent reading these blogs might remind you of – and reinforce – the philosophical foundations which underpin the intervention.

3 trainees

07 Nov - 3 is the magic number!

“It brings a buzz of excitement to the training room!”

Catch Up® has always advised that when starting out with either of the interventions, you have a minimum of three people trained in order to aid effective implementation in your school and success of the intervention. The three are made up of two people who will deliver the intervention (typically teaching assistants), and one person who will manage the intervention, the Catch Up® Coordinator.