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Standing up to injustice

Students of St Paul's School, Coburg, recently saw a performance of 'The Power of One' and signed the pledge to speak out about bullying.


Premier’s VCE Awards

A total of 23 students were recognised as Top All-Round VCE High Achievers, including 5 from Catholic schools in Melbourne.


Inaugural Western Region Sacred Music Concert

Last Thursday, schools from the Western Region of Melbourne came together to present a Sacred Music Concert.


Mother’s Day Breakfast

Each year, hours of preparation go into making this special event open to all mums, grandmothers, female carers and guardians of our students at De La Salle College.


Lights, camera, Hattie!

Last week St Bernard’s School, Coburg East, hosted Laureate Professor John Hattie and television presenter Valerie Henschel from ZDF [Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen].


Generations in Jazz

Last weekend, musicians and music enthusiasts from around Australia gathered in Mount Gambier in South Australia for the Generations in Jazz festival.


National Schools Constitutional Convention

Approximately 120 students from government, independent and Catholic schools from across Australia attend the National Schools Constitutional Convention every year in Canberra.


VCAL Achievement Awards

The VCAL Achievement Awards were presented last Friday, recognising outstanding work by students and the teachers who support them. 


Learning starts early in Noble Park

Mr Pakula, joined the Mayor of the City of Greater Dandenong, along with Parish Priest Fr Brian Collins and other officials to open the Alfred Street ELC and cut the ribbon.


Catholic students to perform in Top Acts

The top 20 performers from the Top Class series of concerts will perform in one stunning event involving dance, drama, theatre and music studies.


Christ the King Catholic Primary School graduates heading to international design competition

A group of Geelong students will share their plan for Point Henry’s former Alcoa site with the world when they go to Hungary to compete in an international design competition next month.


Samantha Stosur on serve at Holy Name

It was game, set and match when tennis champions Sam Stosur and John ‘Fitzy’ Fitzgerald visited Holy Name School, Reservoir, on Tuesday. 


Not just another high school musical…

500 young performers from Catholic schools across the city come together with professionals for an incredible production of music, song and dance.


Exploring our Anzac history

Exploring our Anzac history earned two students from the Archdiocese of Melbourne overseas study tours to take a deeper look at our wartime history.


Lest we forget

Thirty-nine Catholic primary schools in Melbourne are planting Gallipoli Oaks this week as a symbolic link between the people of Turkey and the primary school children of Victoria.


School’s $2,000,000 upgrade

A Lara primary school is gearing up for a $1.95 million facelift with plans revealing a proposed redevelopment of its main building.


I am Victoria

Students from St Martin de Porres School, Avondale Heights, won the Grade 5&6 division at the Victorian Cultural Diversity Week Primary School Film Competition. 


St Michael’s treehouses of learning

A new learning centre has been under development at St Michael's, emphasizing a change on the traditional methodology of teaching.


Term 1 in Review

Schools are back from school holidays today. As learning commences for term 2, let’s take a quick look back at some of the highlights from term 1. 


End of Term 1

Term 1 is coming to a close today, and what a wonderful term it’s been.


Ave Maria student is Victorian winner of Simpson Prize 2018

Sara Hinton, student at Ave Maria College, Aberfeldie, is the Victorian winner of the Simpson Prize for 2018.