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Inspiring young music educators

A mentoring program is empowering teachers to confidently bring music education to their schools.


Students take flight in Braybrook

Senior students at Christ the King Primary School, Braybrook, have discovered the fundamentals of flight in a new STEM unit currently being taught.


Meet the teacher: a love of learning

Michael Dawson, a teacher in his second year at Emmaus College, Vermont South, was inspired by his own teachers to enter the profession.


Premier recognises top 2021 VCE high achievers

Congratulations to the students from Catholic schools among the Premier’s list of awards, recognising the hard work and excellence of students and teachers in 2021.


STEM centre and community garden blessed at St John’s Regional College

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli officially blessed and dedicated the $5 million Sr Genevieve Robertson Junior STEM Centre and Fidelis Community Garden at St John’s Regional College, Dandenong.


Book Bucks

Student leaders at Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Sunbury, devised an interesting way to grow a love of reading, and support sustainability and community connections at the same time.


Full STEAM ahead in Oakleigh

Construction has officially begun to transform the learning experience at Sacred Heart School, Oakleigh.


Meet the teacher: students are valued, heard and important

Andrea Contessotto, Learning Area Leader (Humanities) at Emmaus College, Vermont South, didn’t know she wanted to become a teacher until an opportunity at university shone a light on her career path.


FIRE Carriers

Maria Smith, creative literature specialist and support teacher at Holy Child School, Dallas, reflects on bringing the spirit of the FIRE Carriers to the Year 1 and 2 students at the school.


What parents and carers can do to promote maths every day

Research shows that one of the biggest barriers to parents and carers engaging in conversation about maths is their lack of confidence in leading maths education at home (Maloney et al. 2015; Phillipson, Gervasoni & Sullivan 2017).


Lifesaving lessons

Life Saving Victoria (LSV) has delivered the ‘Swimmovate’ virtual reality (VR) program at St Margaret’s School, Geelong East, to help children in Years 3 to 6 better obtain water safety knowledge without visiting the beach or a pool.


100 years of St John’s School, Footscray

Unveiling a mural celebrating 100 years of St John’s School, Footscray, is one of many events to mark the school’s centenary this year.


Meet the teacher: return to the sector

Simon Devlin is Deputy Principal at St Margaret Mary’s School, Spotswood.


Welcome to Term 3

As students and teachers return to classrooms following the mid-year school holidays, there is much to look forward to during the new school term.


Term 2 in review

The temperature may have dropped, but the energy levels remained high in Catholic schools across Melbourne during Term 2.


Hope in the world today

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli celebrated a special Mass at Our Lady’s School, Craigieburn, during a visit to Melbourne’s largest parish.


Stewards of creation

The community of St Joseph’s School, Sorrento, have had their hard work acknowledged when the school became a finalist for the ResourceSmart School of the Year Award.


Meet the teacher: from industry to the classroom

Eleanor Crawford switched from life as a petroleum chemist to become a Prep teacher at St Margaret Mary’s School, Spotswood.


POP stars at Padua

Matthew Williams, Vice Principal of Padua College, Mornington, reflects on the challenges of and opportunities for engaging with parents to promote successful learning outcomes for students through the ‘Parents of Padua’.


All that jazz

St Monica’s College, Epping, will present Chicago (High School Edition) at Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre (PRACC).


Like minds

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) congratulates winners in the 2022 Gifted Awareness Week competition.