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Building a new learning facility at St Martin of Tours

Anthony Carbines MP, visited St Martin of Tours School, Rosanna, as work began on the school’s $3.5 million building project.


Fatima centenary celebrated at St Clare’s

Father Aurelio Fragapane today gathered the children from St Clare’s School to celebrate the Fatima centenary.


Padua students go Full Steam Ahead

Students from Padua College, Mornington, were among 40 Year 10 pupils from across Victoria to participate in FULL STEaM AHEAD.


Birmingham entrenches two-speed system that favours wealthy independent schools

Education Minister Simon Birmingham is entrenching discrimination against Catholic and other religious school systems by refusing to revisit funding anomalies.


Loyola’s short film makers win prize

Alexia Tomasello and Roxanne Garzia placed third in the Secondary School category in this year’s Sunshine Short Film Festival.


Our Lady of Fatima – an innovative school

Our Lady of Fatima School, Rosebud, has been included on The Educator’s third annual Innovative Schools report.


Loreto alumna to play in AFLW

Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak graduate, Aisling Utri, has just signed with the Western Bulldogs for the 2018 AFLW season.


ResourceSmart School of the Decade!

The ResourceSmart Schools Awards were announced yesterday and Catholic schools are among the winners!


St Peter Apostle Wakakirri national finalists

St Peter Apostle School, Hoppers Crossing, competed in Wakakirri – Australia’s largest Story–Dance Festival.


Kick Arts

St Pius X School, Heidelberg West, teamed-up with Kids Thrive to present Kick Arts.


Fantastic news for St Brigid’s

St Brigid’s School, Mordialloc, hosted the Hon. Deputy Premier of Victoria, Mr James Merlino and State Member for Mordialloc, Mr Tim Richardson.


Multicultural Youth Network

Nicole Nabbout, from Mercy College, Coburg, is the newest member of the Multicultural Youth Network (MYN).


A creative presentation

Presentation College, Windsor, celebrated a year of creativity with hundreds of pieces of art in their school hall.


Raising awareness of childhood cancer

Bridgette has turned her attention to raising funds and awareness of childhood cancer while suffering it herself.


Celebrating Sophie and the Day of the Girl

Sophie from St Joseph's Primary School, Boronia, is celebrating United Nation's International Day of the Girl.


Finalist for Victorian Training Awards

Daniel Fisher from Assumption College, Kilmore, is a Victorian School-based Apprentice of the Year Finalist for 2017.


Independent schools gaming disability funding

Freedom of Information data has confirmed wealthy independent schools are gaming the new federal funding system for students with a disability.


Welcome back to Term 4

Welcome back to Term 4, 2017 with Year 12 VCE, VET and VCAL students in their last few weeks of school.


Sustainability at St Joseph the Worker

St Joseph the Worker, Reservoir, produced a video about their sustainable practice for Cool Australia's Enviroweek.


Amelia makes her move

Amelia at Our Lady of Sion College, Box Hill, was chosen to make a movie for the Australian Government campaign Girls Make Your Move.


St Francis Xavier's Inaugural Arts Festival

St Francis Xavier’s School in Box Hill held a highly successful Inaugural Biennial Arts Festival on 14 September 2017.