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18/05/2020

National Volunteer Week

Sheilah, a former student from St Paul’s College, Balwyn, volunteers with TeleFriend, a service to support isolated and vulnerable people, as well as connecting with current students at her former school.

15/05/2020

Seeds of learning

Students undertaking Year 7 agriculture at Salesian College, Sunbury, have had to learn how to harvest and grow produce from their own homes.

13/05/2020

Learning Italian with the family

St Robert’s School, Newtown, started 2020 with a new principal and a renewed languages offering.

13/05/2020

Breaking the barriers for remote learning

Overcoming the challenges of remote learning at Sacred Heart School, Fitzroy, is the focus of a story recently published by SBS.

12/05/2020

Working together

At Holy Child School, Dallas, the entire school community has been working together to support students and families.

11/05/2020

All aboard for Mother’s Day

It was a Mother’s Day with a difference for the students and their families from St Anthony’s School, Noble Park.

11/05/2020

Cross country with the family

Cross-country running went ahead as a family event at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour School, Surrey Hills.

11/05/2020

Harmony in a digital world

Year 3 and 4 students from St Gabriel’s School, Reservoir, have created self-portraits to express how they feel about harmony.

08/05/2020

We won’t give up

The message from St Mark’s School, Dingley, is clear and simple: they’re not giving up.

08/05/2020

A new adventure

Remote learning is a new experience for our schools and, despite the current limitations, our students and teachers are moving forward in this way of learning.

06/05/2020

Crossing another one off the list

Students have been collaborating at school and from home on a project that will transform their suburb.

04/05/2020

Baking from home

Learning from home could present some challenges for practical classes, but schools are finding creative ways to overcome them.

04/05/2020

People’s Choice Award winners

Congratulations to the winners of the People’s Choice Awards at the 2020 Creative Arts Exhibition.

01/05/2020

In this together

The fun hasn’t stopped as Catholic schools are staying connected and sharing the hopeful message that we are in this together.

30/04/2020

Open for learning

St Mary Magdalen’s School, Chadstone, principal Helen Healy and her staff have a goal to maintain the continuity of learning for students.

30/04/2020

St Mary’s mural in support of fallen police officers

St Mary’s School, St Kilda East, created a mural in tribute to the police officers killed in last week’s tragic accident and to support the amazing work of Victoria Police.

30/04/2020

Top All-Round VCE High Achievers

Two students from Melbourne’s Catholic schools have been recognised as VCE high achievers.

29/04/2020

Supporting our health workers

‘Lest we forget’ has more meaning this year for the community at St Peter’s School, Clayton.

24/04/2020

The Anzac spirit is alive and well

Learning continues this week as students and families create new and beautiful ways to celebrate Anzac Day.

24/04/2020

A tribute to the military

Zac is using technology to share his love of history from his temporary classroom at home.

23/04/2020

College lab leads the learning charge

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, has partnered with Edrolo to record the practical component of Year 12 Chemistry lessons.