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15/03/2019

Celebrating Catholic schools’ service to the community

Three thousand students from over 300 Catholic schools across Greater Melbourne led by Celtic pipers and bearing their school banners have marched at St Patrick’s Cathedral to mark the feast of St Patrick.

13/03/2019

A voyage towards ocean literacy

Students from St Joseph’s School, Springvale, recently participated in marine science program ‘Six Schools and a Pelican’.

12/03/2019

Curating leadership and talent

St John’s Regional College’s, Dandenong, Lara Vulic, was one of three students to have been selected as co-curators for Emergent 2018.

12/03/2019

A day for farmers

The community at St Margaret Mary’s School, Brunswick North, brought a little bit of the country to the city for their first Farmers’ Day.

05/03/2019

Give Lent 100%

Archbishop Comensoli attended the 2019 Project Compassion launch at St Monica’s College, Epping, with representatives from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne.

04/03/2019

History on the menu at Aquinas

An important piece of French culinary history has been presented to Aquinas College, Ringwood.

27/02/2019

CLC’s Deputy Principal awarded prestigious fellowship

Catholic Ladies’ College, Eltham, Deputy Principal Georgia Heffernan has been awarded the Menzies School Leader Fellowship.

26/02/2019

Insect Hotels

Students from St Joseph’s School, Sorrento, have been working on a sustainability project called ‘Insect Hotels’ in partnership with members of the Point Nepean Men’s Shed.

25/02/2019

School reunion delights

First-year teacher at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Joseph Pham, was reunited with his former Prep teacher from St Peter Chanel School, Natalie Brown, in her new role as community engagement coordinator at Caroline Chisholm.

22/02/2019

Spirit of Anzac

Students from four of Melbourne’s Catholic secondary schools have been recognised by the 2019 Premier’s Spirit of Anzac Prize.

22/02/2019

Poetic Voices from Black Saturday

A group of aspiring young authors from Marymede Catholic College, paid their respects to the victims of the Black Saturday bushfires by publishing a book of poetry titled Poetic Voices from Black Saturday.

21/02/2019

On the leadership horizon

A twilight session yesterday at the Catholic Leadership Centre launched the induction program for new principals.

20/02/2019

Luke Brewis’s experience as a World Youth Day pilgrim in Panama

Luke Brewis was one of the 44 young Melburnian pilgrims who participated in this year’s World Youth Day festival held in Panama.

19/02/2019

Sky is the limit for girls

At Star of the Sea College, Brighton, girls are defying the stereotype that scientists are usually men.

15/02/2019

Mount St Joseph’s commitment to cleaning up Australia

Next month Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, will celebrate a decade of involvement in Clean Up Australia Day.

15/02/2019

CECV fully supports transparency and accountability

Victorian Catholic schools fully support calls from the Commonwealth Parliament’s Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit for public reporting of the funding models used by school systems in Australia.

15/02/2019

CECV welcomes Jacinta Collins appointment

The CECV welcomes the appointment of former senator Jacinta Collins as Executive Director of the NCEC by the Bishops Commission for Catholic Education.

11/02/2019

Acting with kindness

Students from St Vincent de Paul’s School, Strathmore, gave up part of their summer holidays to make a difference to disadvantaged people around the world.

08/02/2019

St Bede’s pair to use gap year to help others

Two recent St Bede’s College, Mentone, graduates are spending their gap year lending a hand in a remote Aboriginal community.

07/02/2019

State education deals highlight limitations of federal funding model

Reports today that state and territory governments will be permitted to vary the amount of funding they provide to public schools, relative to the federal funding model, provide further evidence of the limitations of that model.

07/02/2019

Leea Nanos Could Represent Australia at Eurovision 2019

Leea Nanos, a 16-year-old student from Catholic Ladies’ College, Eltham, has been selected to perform her song ‘Set Me Free’ live on SBS’s Eurovision.