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St Mary Magdalen's 'Secret Garden'

St Mary Magdalen’s School, Chadstone, have created a food garden, which is a haven for birds and pollinators.


From a mother and an educator

By Lila McInerney. Originally published in the May 2017 edition of Melbourne Catholic.


'As good Catholics, we make every cent count'

Our Lady Help of Christians principal has warned fees at the primary school could more than double under proposed changes to school funding.


Launch of book that puts focus back on student learning

Dr Kathy Smith & Prof John Loughran, from Monash University have produced a book about the conditions that enhance meaningful learning.


St John’s at UN Youth Conference

Seven young ambassadors from St John’s Regional College, Dandenong, attended the 2017 UN Youth State Conference.


Funding calculator as farcical as an episode of Yes, Minister

The Australian Government’s School Funding Estimator has become an omnishambles for the government hours after its launch.


Government denies Catholic school parents information on fee increases

Openness and transparency have been abandoned by the Turnbull Government in the government's school funding estimator.


Prayer Time in Foundation

Every morning in the Foundation classroom, parents, carers, children and their siblings gather together to pray together.


It’s not just the Catholic system: all schools face funding cuts from 2021

ll Australian schools will face cuts in real funding of around $250 million per annum from 2021 under the Turnbull government’s new 10-year funding proposals.


Victorian International School Student Award winner

On 26 April 2016, the Victorian Government announced the winners for the prestigious Victorian International School Student Awards.


Catholic school revolt brews

Catholic schools are threatening a revolt over a federal funding overhaul they claim could force a dramatic increase in students fees.


Reaching out to refugees in detention

Mount Lilydale Mercy College's Social Justice Program has enabled their students to visit 100 detained asylum seekers, in order to raise awareness.


Birmingham scores an F for Quality Schools

Today’s Quality Schools announcement is a direct attack on Catholic primary schools, Catholic Education Commission of Victoria, Executive Director, Stephen Elder says.


Premier’s VCE Awards recipients

The 2017 Premier’s VCE Awards were announced earlier today.


Nazareth’s tribute to the Anzacs

By Deputy Principal Gary Giese, Nazareth College, Noble Park North.


Anzac Day 2017, Lest we forget

Remembering the men and women who acted with courage to protect our way of life is the essence of ANZAC Day.


Star student’s Spirit of Anzac experience

By Adele Nicolas, Star of the Sea College, Brighton.


Construction to start on new Torquay school

With construction about to begin, Bishop Mark Edwards has blessed the building site for the new Lisieux Catholic primary school in Torquay that will open in 2018.


New performing arts centre at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College

Construction has commenced on Caroline Chisholm Catholic College’s new performing arts centre at its Christ the King campus in Braybrook.


A reflective Holy Week

Students at St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Catholic Parish Primary School, Epping North, have been exploring and thinking deeply about Holy Week.


Principal Profile – On the Couch with Chris Gleeson

Chris Gleeson graduated HSC in 1976 and tossed between two career directions – teaching and the police force.