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Welcome to Term 2

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


Term 1 in review

Despite the challenges and complexities facing school communities during a pandemic, Term 1, 2022 saw a return to normality as we celebrated the important events from the first part of the year.


Meet the teacher: you feel like you belong

Matt Crowe, teacher at St Roch’s School, Glen Iris, reflects on what his experience teaching grade 5 students and the opportunities for parents and families to be part of the learning journey.


Iona officially opens the Columba Centre

Iona College Geelong, Charlemont, has officially opened the Columba Centre in a recent ceremony at the college.


Top Arts 2022

A group of talented young artists have made their mark on the art world as part of this year’s Top Arts exhibition.


Leading the way for HALTs

The latest group of Highly Accomplished and Lead Teachers (HALTs) has been recognised at an event at the Catholic Leadership Centre.


Meet the teacher: Mentone homecoming

Stephanie Murnane and Bridget Last, Prep teachers at St Patrick’s School, Mentone, are teaching at the school they originally began at as students.


Ukrainian children enrolling in Australian schools

On Friday, SBS News visited Mother of God School, Ardeer, and Stella Maris School, Beaumaris, to highlight their work supporting four newly arrived Ukrainian students.


Sisterhood of St Vincent’s Hospital Foundation

Genazzano FCJ College, Kew, welcomed back alumnae Sarah Kennedy and Rebecca Martin to celebrate an exciting collaboration between the Genazzano Institute and the Sisterhood of St Vincent’s.


Catholic Education Today, March 2022

Welcome to the first edition of Catholic Education Today in 2022.


Break the bias

International Women’s Day was celebrated earlier this month with the theme ‘break the bias’. St Columba’s College, Essendon, co-captains Adriana Cilia and Annalise Ferbrache share their reflections on the day:


Being part of a young person’s journey

Caroline Fitzpatrick has been part of the teaching community at De La Salle College, Malvern, for 11 years.


Stand with Ukraine

The students from Mother of God School, Ardeer, stood with their community to support the people of Ukraine.


The Way of the Gospel

For the first time since 2019, the Mass of St Patrick for Schools returned to St Patrick’s Cathedral yesterday.


Schools Clean Up Day

Mary Immaculate School, Ivanhoe, participated in the annual Clean Up Australia – Schools Clean Up Day.


Opening and blessing at Mickleham

It was cause for celebration at Holy Cross Catholic Primary School, Mickleham, as one of the newest schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne was officially opened and blessed.


Opening and blessing at Wallan

It was a joyous occasion for the community of Our Lady of the Way Catholic Primary School, Wallan East, on Thursday as they gathered for the official opening and blessing of the school by Bishop Terence Curtin.


Working together in mission

To celebrate Catholic Education Week, a series of videos has been produced with principals, parish priests and parents reflecting on the importance of working together for the benefit of their school communities.


The Thomas Carr College Titan

Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, has recently launched a new representative, one that is gigantic in both size and power: the TCC Titan.


Meet the teacher: Use your voice to make change

Social Justice Coordinator and teacher of English, History and Religion, Tania Ragusa is no stranger to Mercy College, Coburg.


First look at new book

While the rest of Australia waits, the students at St Paul’s School, Coburg, got an exclusive sneak peek into a new book.