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27/02/2017

St Francis Xavier's Worry Tree

By Naomi Corfield, Wellbeing Leader, St Francis Xavier School, Frankston.

24/02/2017

New Performing Arts Centre opens at Loyola College

The Magis Performing Arts Centre at Loyola College, Watsonia, was opened by Executive Director of Catholic Education Melbourne, Stephen Elder.

21/02/2017

Loreto students at Space School in Houston

22 students from Years 9 –12 at Loreto Mandeville Hall, Toorak, visited HASSE Space School in Houston. 

16/02/2017

Applied Learning School and Student of the Year

Our Lady of the Sacred Heart College (OLSH), Bentleigh, and OLSH student Mikaela Hum were presented with the Applied Learning Awards.

15/02/2017

Back to school for Bishop Mark

Bishop Mark Edwards visited Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, to meet with staff and students of the College to get know the College community better. 

13/02/2017

An education community in Frankston

A cluster of 8 Catholic schools in and around the Frankston area, have collaborated to produce a short film.

09/02/2017

Unique school marks milestone

Specialist school St Paul’s College, Kew, marks its 60th anniversary this weekend.

06/02/2017

United in faith

Staff from all Catholic schools in the Parish of St James the Apostle, gathered for Mass to celebrate the commencement of the new school year.

02/02/2017

Sunrise at St Peter Julian Eymard

Channel 7’s Sunrise program filmed at St Peter Julian Eymard Primary School in Mooroolbark this morning, attracting 300 students and parents.

01/02/2017

Leading the way in safety

Teachers and school leaders have undertaken the Graduate Certificate in Education: Safeguarding Children and Young People at ACU.

30/01/2017

Welcome to the new school year!

This week more than 153,000 students enrolled in 330 Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne, will be returning to or beginning school for 2017.

30/01/2017

Minister Birmingham’s change of rhetoric welcome

Education Minister Simon Birmingham’s has acknowledged current funding arrangements disadvantage some non-government schools.

23/01/2017

Catholic schools welcome refugees

Catholic schools welcome refugee students and their families to be part of their school and parish communities.

22/12/2016

Postcodes of Hope

St Dominic’s School in Broadmeadows were delighted to host their local MP and former student, Frank McGuire, to launch their program Postcodes of Hope

21/12/2016

Walk Through Bethlehem

Walk Through Bethlehem, is an epic and interactive experience, providing visitors with the unique opportunity to engage with life as it was 2000 years ago. 

20/12/2016

Building community at Christmas time

St Aloysius’ School, Caulfield, brought their Christmas spirit and cheer in the form of handmade cards for the residents at nearby Sheridan Hall Aged Care Home.

19/12/2016

Corey Lyons’ VCE and AFL draft success

Former De La Salle College student, Corey Lyons, relfects on his journey to AFL draft success with Brisbane Lions.

16/12/2016

A little help at Christmas

The community at St Michael’s School in North Melbourne has opened its heart and its doors to some special families this year.

15/12/2016

Dhruvi’s dual dux success

Dhruvi Desai is becoming joint dux of Aquinas College, Ringwood, and St Mary’s College for the Deaf, with an ATAR of 99.1.

13/12/2016

Dux of CRC Sydenham’s ‘new life’

Saad Al-Kassab topped the table at Catholic Regional College, with an ATAR of 96.65 despite only arriving as a refugee from Syria in June 2014.

12/12/2016

Infinitude races to glory

Joel Bright from St Bede’s College, reflects on team Infitudes achievements, at the F1 in Schools World Finals In Austin, USA.