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I have your back

Students from two of Melbourne’s Catholic schools have been named winners in the #ihaveyourback poster competition.



A group of boys at St Mary’s School, Mount Evelyn, have been stamping their feet for the last six months, and they couldn’t be happier.


Melbourne page by page

Year 5 and 6 students from Holy Family School, Mount Waverley, have created Melbourne 3000, a coffee-table book celebrating Melbourne.


Always extend the olive branch

Students at St Peter’s School, Clayton, have been working with their community to harvest a bumper crop of home-grown olives.


Australian Catholics Young Journalist Award 2019

Two students from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne were crowned winner and runner-up in the Intermediate Section (Years 7 to 9) of the Young Journalist Award earlier this month.


Living our gospel values

The Mini Vinnies team at St Luke’s School, Wantirna, has received a Leader Local Grant to help them continue to support families.


Authors at the double

Book Week was twice as good for St Paul’s School, Coburg, who had two authors visit the school to celebrate the week with them.


Democracy in action

Student leaders from Catholic Regional College, St Albans, are taking their ideas straight to the government.


Down Memory Lane

To celebrate its 40th anniversary, St Augustine’s Primary School, Keilor, presented an art show ‘Down Memory Lane’.


Mixed netball finalists

The mixed netball team from St Thomas the Apostle School, Blackburn, has reached the state finals for the third year in a row.


Feast of the Assumption

The community at Aquinas College, Ringwood, gathered last Thursday for the Feast of the Assumption.


The art of Book Week

Art has been a focus for students at Our Lady of Lourdes School, Bayswater, for this year’s Book Week.


Reading is my Secret Power

It was superpower central at St James the Apostle School, Hoppers Crossing North, as students and staff all got into the spirit of this year’s Book Week theme: Reading is my Secret Power.


Well at heart of caring

Wellbeing is such a priority at St Jude the Apostle School, there is a classroom dedicated to it.


Flushed Away

The young scientists from Our Lady Help of Christians School, Eltham, are taking the health of their local environment very seriously.


Science Week 2019

Destination Moon: more missions, more science is the school theme for National Science Week in 2019.


20-year champions

On 3 August 2019, Marcellin College was awarded its 20th consecutive Associated Grammar Schools of Victoria (AGSV) cross country title.


Be courageous, be inquisitive and be persistent at Mercy College

At Mercy College, Coburg, three dispositions constitute the college’s learning mantra: ‘be courageous, be inquisitive, be persistent’.


One Fire - with faith and love

The community of St John’s School, Mitcham, celebrated the commissioning of their FIRE Carriers by unveiling the collaborative artwork One Fire – with faith and love.



Nazareth College, Noble Park North, has been making connections with other schools, STEM and Literacy through its LitSTEM initiative.


To the Moon and back

Fifty years after those famous footsteps, the world is still fascinated by the first Moon landing.