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Faith in the future

Catholic education celebrated 200 years in Australia with a Mass on the Feast of Our Lady Help of Christians on Monday 24 May 2021.


Family Week at St Brigid's

St Brigid’s School, Gisborne, celebrated Family Week in style. The school’s Mini Vinnies organised a week filled with fun events and fundraising initiatives.


Bunurong stories shared in book by St Augustine’s students

Students at St Augustine’s have worked with the Bunurong people of the Mornington Peninsula to help preserve some of their oral language stories in the form of a children’s book called Kurboroo.


Australian Education Awards 2021

Catherine Spurritt, Director of Improvement at Avila College, Mount Waverley, is an excellence awardee in The Educator’s Australian Education Awards 2021.


Melton South’s newest school

Work has officially commenced on St Lawrence of Brindisi Catholic Primary School, Weir Views, in Melbourne’s outer west.


National honour for teacher librarian

Anne Girolami, Learning Leader – Information Services at Mercy College, Coburg, has been announced as ASLA Australian Teacher Librarian of the Year 2021.


College’s performing arts education ramping up in 2021

Students at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College will showcase their performances after the school secured VET Live Production Services as a subject in collaboration with the Victorian Arts Centre.


Illuminare et Ardere

Year 12 students at Aquinas College, Ringwood, have contributed to an impressive art installation as a vehicle for their intentions during their final year of secondary school.


Mother’s Day

The special women in our lives have been celebrated over the weekend, as our schools recognised mothers, grandmothers and those we love.


25 years of Thomas Carr show faith in the future

Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, has recorded a special rendition of ‘Faith in the future’, the song for the 200th anniversary of Catholic education in Australia.


Catholic primary schools compete for inaugural Paul Wade Cup

St John’s Regional College, Dandenong, hosted the inaugural Paul Wade Cup soccer tournament for its feeder Catholic primary schools this week.


Earth Day 2021

Students at St Margaret Mary’s School, Spotswood, celebrated Earth Day by continuing their journey towards sustainability and participating in a variety of investigations about the environment.


History’s bright future

A teacher from one of Melbourne’s Catholic secondary schools has been recognised for excellence in teaching history.


All that jazz

Young musicians from across the state came together last weekend in a celebration of jazz.


National song recorded to mark Catholic education bicentenary celebrations

‘Faith in the future’, a song composed by Fr Rob Galea especially for the 200th anniversary of Catholic education in Australia celebrations, has been performed by school choirs around Australia as part of a collaborative video production. 


Anzac: more than a day

Anzac Day is an important celebration in every school, but it is even more significant when your school is located only 10 km from Puckapunyal army base. 


Killester College officially opens award-winning performing arts centre

The award-winning Performing Arts and Music Learning Facility at Killester College, Springvale, was officially opened and blessed on Thursday 22 April.


Self, system and school

Long-serving principal Steve Bellesini has delivered the address on behalf of leaving principals at the 2020 Celebration of Principalship.


Celebrating principals: Homily by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli

At last week’s Celebration of Principalship, Archbishop Peter shared a very special homily with principals at St Patrick’s Cathedral.


Lest we forget

Catholic schools have marked Anzac Day 2021, as Australia pauses to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.


VCAL award success

The Victorian Certificate of Applied Learning (VCAL) Achievement Awards 2020 were announced on Friday, with three of Melbourne’s Catholic schools recognised.