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26/10/2017

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.

25/10/2017

Fatima centenary celebrated at St Clare’s

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

24/10/2017

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.

23/10/2017

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.

20/10/2017

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.

19/10/2017

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.

18/10/2017

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.

17/10/2017

ResourceSmart School of the Decade!

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

16/10/2017

St Peter Apostle Wakakirri national finalists

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

13/10/2017

Kick Arts

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

13/10/2017

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.

12/10/2017

Multicultural Youth Network

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

12/10/2017

A creative presentation

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

11/10/2017

Raising awareness of childhood cancer

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

11/10/2017

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.

10/10/2017

Finalist for Victorian Training Awards

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

10/10/2017

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.

09/10/2017

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.

05/10/2017

Sustainability at St Joseph the Worker

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

04/10/2017

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.

03/10/2017

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.