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Embrace culture and identity

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV) has launched the CECV Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan.


Meet the teacher: finding your passion

Imasha Hewavasam, a teacher at St Francis de Sales Catholic Primary School, Lynbrook, reflects on her journey to becoming a teacher


Building a future at Holy Trinity

Sunbury’s newest Catholic school, Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, is celebrating the opening of its new facilities as the school continues to grow.


Celebrating principals

Principals from Catholic primary and secondary schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne were recognised at the annual Celebration of Principalship.


Refurbishment a game-changer

Newly refurbished learning spaces at St Mary’s School, St Kilda East, were officially opened during a ceremony last week.


Ground-breaking in Kilsyth

Victorian Deputy Premier the Hon James Merlino MP visited St Richard’s Primary School, Kilsyth, to officially launch the school’s building refurbishment program. 


Malaya and Borneo veterans 20th anniversary service of remembrance

Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, held a ceremony to commemorate the 20th anniversary of its relationship with the National Malaya & Borneo Veterans Association Australia Inc.


Biscuits for Ukraine

Students from St Francis de Sales Catholic Primary School, Lynbrook, have been responding to the conflict in Ukraine by adding some sweetness to their community.


Robotic victory for Aquinas

The Junior Robotics Team at Aquinas College, Ringwood, has won a VEX Robotics state championship.


Earth Fest in Ocean Grove

Our Lady Star of the Sea School, Ocean Grove, has hosted Earth Fest, a community event to promote sustainability.


A ministerial visit at Wallan East

Acting Minister for Education and Youth, the Hon. Stuart Robert MP visited Our Lady of the Way Catholic Primary School, Wallan East, for a school tour on Wednesday morning.


New hall maximises opportunities

A new multi-use hall has increased the opportunities for students and community at St Anthony’s School, Melton South.


Prep centre becomes a reality

The community at Christ the King School, Newcomb, have celebrated the opening of their newest facilities for their youngest learners.


A boost for Preps in Moreland

It was the start of a new era at St Fidelis’ School, Moreland, as redeveloped learning areas for the school’s youngest students were officially opened and blessed.


Meet the teacher: teaching adds up

Kellie Barnhoorn, a teacher at Stella Maris School, Beaumaris, is taking steps into leadership through her work as Maths Leader at the school.


Premier visits St Paul’s School, Bentleigh

The Premier of Victoria, the Hon. Dan Andrews MP, visited St Paul’s School, Bentleigh, on Friday to officially open the refurbished junior school building, which is enabling outstanding learning experiences and possibilities for students at the school.


Fifty years of unity

As part of their 50 years celebrations, students at St Leo the Great Primary School, Altona North, have created a striking, memorable and environmentally responsible piece of artwork.


Meet the teacher: different paths to the classroom

Some teachers begin their professional careers in the classroom, while others gain expertise in other fields before finding their calling to teach.


Mercy College re-creates ‘Obliteration Room’

The Year 10 Art class at Mercy College, Coburg, re-created a piece of installation art for all students and staff at the college to participate in.


Making their mark

The principal of Mary Queen of Heaven Primary School, Greenvale, along with the first student to enrol, left a permanent impression on the school’s foundation.


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.