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ACEL Scholarship for ICT Teacher

Anthony Speranza has been awarded a 2017 New Voice Scholarship for Educational Leadership.


Robotics at St Augustine’s

Two Grade 4 students from St Augustine’s Primary School, have become RoboCup Junior Soccer Champions.


Principal feels at home in new role

Anthony Drill has been named new principal for St Mary Mackillop Catholic, Primary School in Bannockburn.


Safety first

First group in Australia to complete a postgraduate qualification specifically on safeguarding child safety in schools.


Refugee student wins Young Journalist Award

Australian Catholic University, have announced the winners of this year’s Young Journalist Award.


Child safety milestone marked

The first 15 participants in Australia’s only dedicated tertiary course in child protection have used Child Safety Week to mark the end of the coursework component of their study.


St Monica’s World Drone Champion

Thomas Bitmatta from St Monica’s College, Epping, has become a dual World Drone Champion.


Catholic school salary agreement reached, but funding fears prevent longer deal

The CECV and the Independent Education Union Victoria Tasmania have agreed to pay rises for 28,000 Catholic school staff.


Father's Day

Schools across the Archdiocese have been celebrating the fathers in their communities.


So much for the end of the ‘special deals’

The Turnbull government has finally admitted its Gonski 2.0 funding model permanently disadvantages systemic schools.


Sienna is the new Junior Lord Mayor

Sienna Koop, 11, was declared the competition winner at a ceremony at Melbourne Town Hall on 24 August, 2017.


Food Bank Cook Off

Students, parents and staff from St Bridget’s School, Greythorn and Siena College, Camberwell attended the very first ‘Food Bank Cook Off’ at Siena College.


Book Week fun and fundraising

To celebrate Book Week this year, the CBC St Kilda library has taken on a new look for the week.


Art for safety’s sake

Grade 6 student, who created the winning design for Melbourne's 180th birthday card two years ago, has won the ‘Safe Travel on Metro Trains' poster competition.


The Blobs

Teacher Christian der Kinderen came up with an idea for his story, The Blobs, when taking a year off from teaching at Holy Family School.


Presentation student launches debut novel

Year 8 Presentation College Windsor student Isobel Stuart has written her own young adult novel, Fat Boy.


Engineering Stars

Year 8 students from Star of the Sea College, Brighton, were presented with a challenge that only engineering could solve.


Science Week breakfast at the zoo

Students from St Aloysius College, North Melbourne, were inspired to be the next generation of scientists by hosting their Future Earth breakfast at Melbourne Zoo.


Students given a glimpse of future

Building robotic cars is giving St Bridget's Primary School pupils insight into the future and what it might hold for them.


Green Rangers save the planet

Anthony Carbines MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, recently visited Mary Immaculate Parish Primary School.


Students learn to lead for a sustainable future

Stella Maris School,Beaumaris, is empowering their students to learn and make a difference in the local community.