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Senators need to know the facts about Birmingham’s dodgy funding figures

Education Minister must stop misleading colleagues and parents and school communities with dodgy figures...


Julie Bishop and Julia Banks visit to Avila

The Minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon. Julie Bishop, and Ms Julia Banks MP, Federal Member for Chisholm, visited Avila College, Mount Waverley.


Young leaders in action

Teachers and student leaders from over twenty Catholic schools gathered at Australian Catholic University for Student Social Justice Leaders' (SSJL) Day.


World Environment Day

World Environment Day is the biggest annual event for positive environmental action and takes place every 5th June.


Christ the Priest Food Drive

Four superstars from Christ the Priest Catholic Primary School have done a food drive for refugees, raising $1,000 worth of food.


St Leo the Great’s Wheel-a-Thon

As part of Family Week this year, St Leo the Great School in Altona North decided to hold a Wheel-a-Thon to raise funds for CatholicCare.


If the Prime Minister is right, so many are wrong

In an exchange during Question Time yesterday, Prime Minister Turnbull refuted comments made on 2GB by CEM Executive Director, Stephen Elder.


St John's School Farm: A Community Garden

The St John’s School Farm is a community project taking shape on the Parish land across the road from the school.


Award for Sustainability Leadership at St Justin’s

Deborah Butler from St Justin's School, Wheelers Hill, has been awarded the Sir John Monash Award for Sustainability Leadership.


VEX Robotics World Championships 2017

Emmaus College was thrilled to be one of only two schools from Australia invited to participate in the 2017 VEX Robotics World Championships.


The Long Walk

Aquinas College, Ringwood, hosted one of Melbourne’s largest events to promote Aboriginal reconciliation at their Long Walk on Tuesday 23 May.


Young Farmers going well beyond school

Mount Lilydale Mercy College's Young Farmers program has seen the students, staff and school itself transform beyond classroom learning and teaching.


Who is ‘conflating different data sets producing a result that suited a particular narrative’?

The federal Education Minister claims that data released by CEM has been produced to suit a particular narrative.


The Forgotten Schools

Many public schools across the country are facing funding cuts under Malcolm Turnbull and Simon Birmingham’s new ‘needs-based’ mode.


Marcellin’s Young Leaders in China

Alexander Peano of Marcellin College, Bulleen, guides us through their visit to China.


Susan Ryan to lead new school

A Geelong local and dedicated Cats fan will head up a new Torquay primary school when it opens next year.


St Bede’s Mission Action Day reaching those in need

St Bede’s College, Mentone, held their Mission Action Day on 24 March 2017 in order to to raise funds for numerous overseas projects.


Luke wins International Public Speaking Competition

Former St Kevin’s College, Toorak, student, Luke Macaronas, wins International Public Speaking Competition.


Celebrating Mother's Day at St Columba's

On Friday 12 May, St Columba’s School, Elwood, celebrated Mother’s Day with a liturgy for the mothers and grandmothers of the school community.


St Bernard's teacher to make history

Eleni Glouftsis from St Bernard’s College, Essendon, will be the first female to officiate as a field umpire in the AFL.


Let’s talk about ‘special deals’, Minister

The Minister has put forward highly selective changes to the school funding model that almost exclusively disadvantages Catholic schools.