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100 days of Prep

Prep students at Corpus Christi School, Kingsville, celebrated 100 days of learning earlier this week and the school community couldn’t be prouder.


Nazareth student takes out national writing competition

Nazareth College, Noble Park North, is celebrating a budding young writer. Year 8 Laurel English teacher, Mish Mackay shared the news.


Sewing for safety

Year 12 VCAL students at Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, are making reusable masks as part of their Personal Development and Work Related Skills project this semester.


Australian Primary Principals Day

Today is Australian Primary Principals Day, a day to recognise the great work done by all of our principals. 


The fullness of life

John Visentin, principal of John Paul College, Frankston, reflects on his role in leading the school, and how a disrupted year has uncovered new ways of learning in partnership with students and families.


St Mary of the Cross MacKillop

Celebrating the feast day of Australia’s first saint, St Mary of the Cross MacKillop, will continue this year, although it may look a little different.


Fun Fridays at St John’s Mitcham

The community at St John’s School, Mitcham, are setting a trend with their new Fun Fridays initiative aimed at boosting the wellbeing of staff and students during remote learning.


World Day Against Trafficking in Persons

30 July marks the United Nations World Day Against Trafficking in Persons.


School camp 2020

Senior students at St Margaret Mary’s School, Spotswood, went on their annual camp recently … with a few differences.


Reminder of the times

Salesian College, Sunbury, has unveiled a new mural in the school grounds.


Remote learning 2.0: a culture of thinking

Following staff sharing and feedback from parents and students, St Paul the Apostle, Doreen, has worked diligently to build on its remote and flexible learning program the second time around.


Business as (un)usual

A number of schools in the Archdiocese outside metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire have started Semester 2 with face-to-face learning.


Building on the experience of remote learning

This week, students have returned to study in diverse ways in response to the changed learning arrangements due to COVID-19.


A virtual playground during remote learning

The remote learning 2.0 experience will be enhanced at St Brendan’s School, Flemington, with the introduction of a virtual kids CaFE.


STEM is making a digital difference

STEM MAD (Making a Difference) returns in October with this year’s Showcase going digital. 


Semester 2

Semester 2 has begun, but for our students and teachers in metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire it has been a disrupted start.


St Brendan’s School mobilises to support families locked down in community housing towers

St Brendan’s School, Flemington, has mobilised over recent days to support the families of its 33 students locked down in the area’s community housing towers.


The Governor in classrooms

St Monica’s College, Epping, was pleased to be the first school to participate online in ‘The Governor in Classrooms Program’.


Stories of Refugee Week

Despite this year’s limitations, Refugee Week remains an important moment for our schools.


Term 2

Term 2, 2020 has been one of the most challenging yet creative terms for our schools.


Mentone on the move

St Patrick’s School, Mentone, teamed up with the Level Crossing Removal Project to create a unique art display on the hoarding around the Mentone crossing removal site.