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Art for safety’s sake

Grade 6 student, who created the winning design for Melbourne's 180th birthday card two years ago, has won the ‘Safe Travel on Metro Trains' poster competition.


The Blobs

Teacher Christian der Kinderen came up with an idea for his story, The Blobs, when taking a year off from teaching at Holy Family School.


Presentation student launches debut novel

Year 8 Presentation College Windsor student Isobel Stuart has written her own young adult novel, Fat Boy.


Engineering Stars

Year 8 students from Star of the Sea College, Brighton, were presented with a challenge that only engineering could solve.


Science Week breakfast at the zoo

Students from St Aloysius College, North Melbourne, were inspired to be the next generation of scientists by hosting their Future Earth breakfast at Melbourne Zoo.


Students given a glimpse of future

Building robotic cars is giving St Bridget's Primary School pupils insight into the future and what it might hold for them.


Green Rangers save the planet

Anthony Carbines MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Energy, Environment and Climate Change, recently visited Mary Immaculate Parish Primary School.


Students learn to lead for a sustainable future

Stella Maris School,Beaumaris, is empowering their students to learn and make a difference in the local community.


Singing with Glee

Singers from St Mary Magdalen's School, Chadstone, recently came first in a national singing competition.


STEM 4 All

Year 8 students worked as science mentors for Grade 4 students during the recent STEM 4 ALL program at Avila College, Mount Waverley.


Never see a need...

St Margaret Mary’s School, Brunswick North, held a Pyjama Day to raise awareness and collect donations for people facing homelessness


St Mary of the Cross MacKillop’s feast day

Today is the feast day of Australia’s first saint, St Mary of the Cross MacKillop.


Welcoming our newest teachers

Our newest teachers received a special welcome at last month’s graduate teacher celebration at the Catholic Leadership Centre.


Galilee Centre Blessed and Opened at Emmaus College

Emmaus College (Vermont South and Burwood) opened a state-of-the-art, new building, the Galilee Centre.


Celebrating Our Story

The community at St Timothy’s School, Vermont South, have marked their 50th anniversary by unveiling two large mosaics.


STEM Showcase Day at Scienceworks

Primary school students from 18 schools in the Western Region attended the STEM Showcase Day at Scienceworks.


Archbishop Hart’s Golden Jubilee

Melbourne’s Catholic community gathered at St Patrick’s Cathedral to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Archbishop Hart’s priestly ordination.


Welcome back to term 3

Catholic schools have a series of large events ahead to celebrate communities of learning.


Helping those who help the homeless

Orange Sky Laundry is the world’s first free mobile laundry service for the homeless.


Launch of Chess Club at Ss Peter and Paul’s School, East Doncaster

Students at Ss Peter and Paul’s School, East Doncaster, were involved in a chess incursion, conducted by International Chess Master, Leonid Sandler.


Where there’s a Will, there’s a day made better

Will Kent, a graduate teacher at St Francis of Assisi School, Mill Park, has been nominated for the 'A Day Made Better' teaching award.