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07/08/2017

Welcoming our newest teachers

Our newest teachers received a special welcome at last month’s graduate teacher celebration at the Catholic Leadership Centre.

03/08/2017

Galilee Centre Blessed and Opened at Emmaus College

Emmaus College (Vermont South and Burwood) opened a state-of-the-art, new building, the Galilee Centre.

01/08/2017

Celebrating Our Story

The community at St Timothy’s School, Vermont South, have marked their 50th anniversary by unveiling two large mosaics.

31/07/2017

STEM Showcase Day at Scienceworks

Primary school students from 18 schools in the Western Region attended the STEM Showcase Day at Scienceworks.

28/07/2017

Archbishop Hart’s Golden Jubilee

Melbourne’s Catholic community gathered at St Patrick’s Cathedral to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Archbishop Hart’s priestly ordination.

25/07/2017

Welcome back to term 3

Catholic schools have a series of large events ahead to celebrate communities of learning.

24/07/2017

Helping those who help the homeless

Orange Sky Laundry is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for the homeless.

21/07/2017

Launch of Chess Club at Ss Peter and Paul’s School, East Doncaster

Students at Ss Peter and Paul’s School, East Doncaster, were involved in a chess incursion, conducted by International Chess Master, Leonid Sandler.

21/07/2017

Where there’s a Will, there’s a day made better

Will Kent, a graduate teacher at St Francis of Assisi School, Mill Park, has been nominated for the 'A Day Made Better' teaching award.

21/07/2017

Who’s misleading using taxpayer funds, Minister?

Education Minister Simon Birmingham says Catholic education has been misleading parents using taxpayer funds.

20/07/2017

Shining the Light of Mercy on a New Principal

Lila McInerney, has been commissioned as the new principal at Mercy College in Coburg.

18/07/2017

Birmingham’s brinkmanship costs Catholic schools another $1 billion

The Turnbull’s government policy-making on the run will cost Catholic schools a further $1 billion over the next decade.

17/07/2017

Giving a helping hand this winter

The community at St Kevin’s School, Templestowe Lower, have decided to do something practical to help those experiencing homelessness.

14/07/2017

Defenders of the Patka (Sikh head covering)

Principal Gerard Broadfoot and his Learning & Teaching Leader Michelle Buckley were awarded the title Defender of the Sikh Dastar by Sikhs United.

13/07/2017

VCAL Student Achievement Award

Students at Mount Lilydale Mercy College have received the award for Senior Team Achievement at the 2016 VCAL Student Achievement Awards.

12/07/2017

Lighting a FIRE

Five colleges visited Kilbreda College Mentone to discuss the issues that indigenous communities have faced in the past and still do today.

06/07/2017

Engineering for success

Catholic Education Melbourne's 2016 annual report contains some personal stories from around the Archdiocese.

30/06/2017

Term 2, 2017 Wrap-Up

As we look forward to some well-earned school holidays, we look back on a sample of news from second term for Catholic schools.

28/06/2017

We will remember them

Holy Name School in Reservoir have planted a Gallipoli Oak as a symbol of the community’s commitment to remembering those who sacrificed so much.

23/06/2017

Welcome the stranger

Students from Antonine College’s Cedar Campus in Coburg East stood in prayerful silence as part of the College’s recognition of World Refugee Day on Tuesday.

22/06/2017

Ministerial visit to Sacred Heart, Croydon

Sacred Heart School, Croydon, received a visit from the Victorian Minister for Education