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14/04/2021

Respectful relationships education a priority for Catholic schools

Teaching about respect and consent aligns with the beliefs of our Catholic schools as enshrined in the gospel values, and should not be seen as a one-off or stand-alone exercise.

31/03/2021

Certification program for Highly Accomplished and Lead Teachers piloted in Melbourne Catholic school

In a first for Victorian education jurisdictions, Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) has initiated a pilot certification program for Highly Accomplished and Lead Teachers (HALTs).

19/03/2021

We must all do more to improve respectful relationships education

Respectful relationships are not only at the core of Catholic values and teachings, but are a necessary element of a proper functioning society.

05/03/2021

Respectful relationships a responsibility for all

Respectful relationships are not only at the core of Catholic values and teachings, but are a necessary element of a proper functioning society.

10/02/2021

Supporting and developing new leaders a high priority for MACS

Twenty-two Catholic school principals in the Archdiocese of Melbourne will be inducted into their new roles today at the first of four workshops addressing leadership, faith and formation, accountability and compliance, network learning and support.

27/01/2021

155,000 students return to Melbourne Catholic schools

More than 155,000, or one in five, students are expected to commence or continue their schooling journey at one of 337 Catholic primary, secondary and special needs schools across the Archdiocese of Melbourne this year.

23/12/2020

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd Board Announced

The Catholic Archbishop of Melbourne, Most Rev. Peter A Comensoli has announced the appointment of the Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools Ltd (MACS) Board.

15/12/2020

Catholic education welcomes further fast-tracked funding for school building projects

The CECV has welcomed the announcement by the Victorian Government to bring forward a further round of funding for school building projects under its Non-Government Schools Capital Fund.

25/11/2020

Catholic sector welcomes budget commitment to education

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV) has welcomed the Victorian Government’s focus on education in the State Budget announced today.

24/11/2020

A new era for two of Melbourne’s oldest Catholic secondary schools

Christian Brothers’ College, St Kilda East, and Presentation College, Windsor, will become St Mary’s College, a Catholic co-educational school to be operated by Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA). 

10/11/2020

Catholic education backs VCE students and teachers

The Catholic education community sends wishes of support and encouragement to all Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE) students and teachers as they begin exams today.

30/10/2020

Teachers deserve our appreciation now more than ever

On World Teachers Day 2020, Catholic Education Melbourne says thank you and congratulations to all teachers for the incredible contribution they make in our community, and especially amid the circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.

20/10/2020

Catholic education fast-tracks building projects to support Victoria’s economic recovery

The CECV will deliver 42 school building projects valued at over $185 million in 2021, including fast-tracking around $35 million in projects to help support Victoria’s economic recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and recent bushfires.

13/10/2020

Catholic education welcomes funding for tutoring support program

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV) has welcomed additional funding to employ tutors to support students to get back up to speed with learning.

05/10/2020

Certainty for all students and families welcomed

Catholic Education Melbourne has welcomed today’s announcement by Education Minister James Merlino that Year 7 students in Melbourne can now safely return to school from next week, followed by Years 8–10 on 26 October.

08/09/2020

Effective child safety includes the voices of young people

‘The care, safety and wellbeing of children and young people is a central and fundamental responsibility of Catholic education,’ Jim Miles said today in recognising the start of National Child Protection Week.

28/08/2020

CECV welcomes NAPLAN Review final report

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV) has welcomed some sensible suggestions in the combined state governments’ NAPLAN Review final report released today.

07/08/2020

Primary school principals – we salute you!

Today, on Australian Primary Principals Day, we recognise the work of the 260 Catholic primary school principals in the Archdiocese of Melbourne, and all principals across the country.

03/08/2020

Catholic schools build on experiences for return to remote learning for senior students

Catholic schools will seek to build on their earlier experiences of remote learning and are well-placed for the return to remote learning for VCE and VCAL students this week.

22/07/2020

Archdiocese commends forward-looking masterplan announcement by Xavier College

CAM and CEM have commended Jesuit Education Australia and the Xavier College Board for their forward-looking approach in announcing significant building programs and changes to the college footprint today. 

17/07/2020

Catholic schools work to build on experiences for remote learning 2.0

Students in Prep to Year 10 will return to remote learning in Catholic schools across metropolitan Melbourne and Mitchell Shire on Monday 20 July.