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Found in translation

A Year 10 student from Marcellin College, Bulleen, competed in a Chinese language and culture contest against students from around the world and finished in third place.


St Louis de Montfort’s School opens new facilities

Students at St Louis de Montfort’s School, Aspendale, now have bigger, better classrooms and a new performing arts and learning centre.


NAIDOC Medal of Excellence

Two Victorian Catholic school students were recognised with a NAIDOC Medal of Excellence.


Science Talent Search success

Holy Rosary School, Kensington, has been awarded with the Peter Craig School Award (non-government primary school category) in the 2019 Science Talent Search.


Mini fete

The students at St Paul’s School, Sunshine West, created games and activities at their recent ‘mini fete’, and the community was the winner.


Award winner: best landscaped outdoor learning area

St Mary MacKillop Catholic Primary School, Bannockburn, has established its identity and values, and won an architectural award in the process.


Australia’s highest MS Readathon fundraiser … again!

For the second year running, Lumen Christi School, Point Cook, has been named MS Readathon’s top fundraising school in Australia.


LitSTEM Expo

Literacy and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) came together at Nazareth College, Noble Park North, for the inaugural LitSTEM Expo.


Innovative Schools

Two of Melbourne’s Catholic schools have been recognised in The Educator ’s Innovative Schools 2019 list.



The auditorium at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, has been transformed into an art gallery for the college’s annual art, design and technology exhibition, Imagine.


2019 Victorian Early Years Awards

Good Samaritan Catholic Primary School, Roxburgh Park, was declared a finalist in the 2019 Victorian Early Years Awards last month.


Award-winning disability pathways

Kristine Smith from the Student Learning Support team at St Bernard’s College, Essendon, won the ‘Community Do it Better Award’ at the 2019 Scope Awards.


Young voices provide a connection

Throughout 2019, the students at St Macartan’s School, Mornington, have brought delight to the retirement villages located next to their school by singing to entertain the residents.


Times of transition invite reflection

Principal of Siena College, Camberwell, Mrs Gaynor Robson-Garth was invited to share her thoughts on behalf of all principals who are moving on from their roles.


World Teachers Day 2019

For World Teachers Day 2019, we asked principals of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne what it means to be a good teacher.


Annual Children’s Mission Mass

More than 2,000 Catholic school students and teachers gathered last Wednesday at St Patrick’s Cathedral for the annual Children’s Mission Mass.


Local Elder visits St Paul’s School

St Paul’s School, Coburg, had a special visit last week from Uncle Bill – a Wurundjeri educator from Moreland City Council and member of the Woi wurrung language group.


STEM is making a difference

Teams of students from Melbourne’s Catholic schools presented their projects at this year’s STEM MAD (Making a Difference) Showcase.


Connected through dance

The Kilbreda Dance Company aims to connect students with the wider community, regardless of their year level.


Never forgotten

The community of Mazenod College, Mulgrave, remembered a former student at their annual Constable Steven Tynan Commemoration.


The Three Bridgeteers

Not only was Mount St Joseph Girls’ College chosen to host this year’s Aurecon Bridge Building Competition, but its students were awarded first prize for building the strongest bridge.