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We won’t give up

The message from St Mark’s School, Dingley, is clear and simple: they’re not giving up.


A new adventure

Remote learning is a new experience for our schools and, despite the current limitations, our students and teachers are moving forward in this way of learning.


Crossing another one off the list

Students have been collaborating at school and from home on a project that will transform their suburb.


Baking from home

Learning from home could present some challenges for practical classes, but schools are finding creative ways to overcome them.


People’s Choice Award winners

Congratulations to the winners of the People’s Choice Awards at the 2020 Creative Arts Exhibition.


In this together

The fun hasn’t stopped as Catholic schools are staying connected and sharing the hopeful message that we are in this together.


Open for learning

St Mary Magdalen’s School, Chadstone, principal Helen Healy and her staff have a goal to maintain the continuity of learning for students.


St Mary’s mural in support of fallen police officers

St Mary’s School, St Kilda East, created a mural in tribute to the police officers killed in last week’s tragic accident and to support the amazing work of Victoria Police.


Top All-Round VCE High Achievers

Two students from Melbourne’s Catholic schools have been recognised as VCE high achievers.


Supporting our health workers

‘Lest we forget’ has more meaning this year for the community at St Peter’s School, Clayton.


The Anzac spirit is alive and well

Learning continues this week as students and families create new and beautiful ways to celebrate Anzac Day.


A tribute to the military

Zac is using technology to share his love of history from his temporary classroom at home.


College lab leads the learning charge

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, has partnered with Edrolo to record the practical component of Year 12 Chemistry lessons.


Schools that Excel: Winners in the west

Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, was recently named the 2020 Schools that Excel winner for non-government schools in Melbourne’s west based on its significantly improved VCE results.


A remarkable part of the village

As we continue to adjust to new ways of learning, families have been speaking up to share their gratitude for the way student learning continues to be supported away from the classroom.


Creative Arts Exhibition: digital experience

Catholic Education Melbourne’s Creative Arts Exhibition has gone online as a digital experience, as voting for the People’s Choice Award opens.


Hearts together

Year 12 students at St Aloysius College, North Melbourne, came together last week as a community in prayer.


A special message in difficult times

As we begin our first full week of learning remotely, some principals of Catholic primary schools have recorded a special message for students and families.


Gratitude from home

Despite our students currently learning in different ways, the spirit of gratitude still runs deep in our schools.


Students take stand on bullying

Students from St Paul’s School, Coburg, celebrate the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.


Students lead the way in making a difference

Students at John Paul College, Frankston, have been helping wildlife through the Altitude program – a student-driven initiative using practical problem-solving skills in real-life situations.