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Students pray for mission

During October, student faith and liturgy leaders at Sacred Heart Girls’ College, Hughesdale, focused their fortnightly online prayer group on the theme ‘Here I Am, Send Me’.


St Anthony’s mindful moments

St Anthony’s School, Noble Park, allocates time for mindful breaks after each recess and lunch break, when school children re-enter the classroom.


Socktober goes online

‘Rise up from the couch – with your boots laced – and turn your hands into signs of love’, says Pope Francis on the Catholic Mission website.


VCE Art Show

Loreto Mandeville Hall Toorak is hosting its inaugural virtual VCE Art Show.


A virtual Care for Creation camp

The ‘Virtual Care for Creation Camp’ at St Macartan’s School, Mornington, has re-energised the Year 6 students as well as teachers and families.


Back to class

Term 4 may have started last week, but today has been a day of celebrations as students in metropolitan Melbourne returned to the classroom for face-to-face learning.


St Macartan’s making connections

In a lovely gesture of community engagement, the students of St Macartan’s School, Mornington, have created cards and artwork for the local hospital, The Bays.


Keana’s reflection

Principal Christopher Reed of Mother Teresa School, Mount Ridley, shares this week’s school newsletter, highlighting the incredible wisdom and resilience of our children.


Ready for onsite learning

As students, families and teachers get ready for the return to onsite learning, CatholicCare has offered some helpful ways to support children through the transition. 


Paying it forward

The community at St Paul’s School, Coburg, are ‘paying it forward’ to support some of Melbourne’s most vulnerable people.


Here comes the sun

The vocal program students from Aquinas College, Ringwood, have kept singing even during remote learning.


Specialist teaching – the best gig

Friday 30 October is World Teachers Day (Australia). Much-loved specialist teacher Hygenia Lobo has taught at St Paul’s College, Balwyn, for 21 years.


St Kevin’s College student shines in international informatics Olympiad

Congratulations to Tunan Shi from St Kevin’s College, Toorak, who has been awarded a silver medal in the 32nd International Olympiad in Informatics (IOI).


Mount St Joseph sleepout

Students and staff at Mount St Joseph Girls’ College participated in the St Vincent de Paul Society’s 2020 ‘Winter School Sleepout’ despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Letters to the elderly in Ocean Grove

The students at Our Lady Star of the Sea School, Ocean Grove, have shown their care for the elderly parishioners in their community by writing them letters.


An inspiring leader

Caroline Chisholm Catholic College’s Deputy Principal Learning and Teaching Suzanne Farley has been recognised by The Knowledge Review as one of the 10 most inspiring educational leaders in Australia.


New building opened in Mordialloc

The community of St Brigid’s School, Mordialloc, have celebrated the opening of their newest building.


Kolbe Catholic College delivers 500 face masks and heartfelt thanks

Kolbe Catholic College, Greenvale Lakes, has coordinated a project to produce and deliver face masks to frontline health workers, and needy individuals and organisations in its local community. 


Clonard VCAL students lead R U OK?Day

The Year 12 VCAL class of Clonard College, Herne Hill, initiated a college community campaign in partnership with R U OK?Day to allow everyone to participate in a national day of action and to check in on each other’s wellbeing.


Year 12 You’ve Got This

The Year 12s of 2020 have overcome extraordinary disruptions to their final year of school.



For students and staff at Our Lady of Sion College, Box Hill, there has never been a more important time to shine a light on mental health and wellbeing than on R U OK?Day 2020.