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Kingsbury leader in the Hot List

Kevin Burke, principal of Our Lady of the Way School, Kingsbury, has been included in The Educator Hot List 2021.


ARIA Award for Fitzroy teacher

Zoë Barry, a music teacher at Sacred Heart School, Fitzroy, has been announced the winner of the 2021 Telstra ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) Music Teacher Award.


Lisieux Catholic Primary School blessed by Archbishop Peter

The community of Lisieux Catholic Primary School, Torquay North, gathered on Friday for the official opening and blessing of the school by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli.


St Catherine of Siena blessed by Archbishop Peter

It was a joyous occasion for the community of St Catherine of Siena Catholic Primary School, Armstrong Creek, on Friday as they gathered for the official opening and blessing of the school by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli.


Searching for scientific talent

Aquinas College, Ringwood, has uncovered some rising scientific stars with two Year 9 students receiving major bursaries in the Victorian Science Talent Search (STS) competition.


STEM MAD National builds a better future

Following its success in Melbourne over recent years, STEM MAD will become a national event today with the theme ‘Learning from the past to build a better future’.


A new centre for Padua College

A new learning centre for Year 7 and 8 students at Padua College, Mornington, will start construction in 2022.


Remembrance Day

Catholic schools around Melbourne paused today to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.


New campus for CRC Melton

Catholic Regional College Melton, Melton, entered an exciting new phase with work commencing on its Cobblebank Campus.


Celebrating arts and technology

Ave Maria College, Aberfeldie, has celebrated the achievements of its VCE Unit 3/4 students as part of the Arts and Technology Festival.


Keeping Victoria beautiful

St James’ School, Brighton, is a finalist in the Education category of Keep Victoria Beautiful’s Sustainable Cities 2021 Awards.


Three cheers for teachers

Schools around Australia are celebrating the great work done by our amazing teachers on World Teachers Day.


Conversations with God

The students at St Ambrose’s School, Woodend, have been reflecting on their relationship with God in a series of conversations.


A vision to support mental health

Poppy Broomhall from St Mary’s College, Seymour, believes you can never be too young to speak out on important issues.


Student success beyond school

Former student Liz Watson was recently named the national captain of the Australian netball team, the Origin Australian Diamonds.


Play pods point to pioneers

As the students at St Peter’s School, Sunshine South West, return to the classroom, they’ll notice some interesting and informative new additions to their playground.


STEM MAD winners

Bringing together teams of students from schools around Melbourne, STEM MAD 2021 was a celebration of all things science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 


eSports entrepreneurial program

Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, is part of a team to deliver Australia’s first dedicated eSports entrepreneurial program.



Students across Melbourne will be using science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to make a difference as part of STEM MAD 2021 from 10.00 am today.


The Catholic Contribution

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) and the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne will be presenting The Catholic Contribution, a virtual lecture series from Professor John Haldane beginning tomorrow.


ARIA nomination for Fitzroy music teacher

Zoë Barry, a music teacher at Sacred Heart School, Fitzroy, has been nominated for the 2021 Telstra ARIA (Australian Recording Industry Association) Music Teacher Award.