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Meet the teacher: the power of ‘yet’

Kate White, a teacher at St Mary’s School, Mansfield, knows that not all students learn in the same way and at the same time.


MACS principals experience Indigenous culture in the Tiwi Islands

A group of Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) east-central region principals recently visited Darwin and the Tiwi Islands to better understand Indigenous culture and the work of the Church in a remote context.


St Mary of the Cross MacKillop, pray for us

Schools around the Archdiocese of Melbourne will reflect on the life and ongoing legacy of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop as they celebrate her feast day today.


Meet the teacher: teach people to become good people

Cassie O’Connell from St Mary’s School, Alexandra, became a teacher to make a difference in the lives of her students.


Premier’s VCE Awards

Students from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne have been recognised in the annual Premier’s VCE Awards.


Meet the teacher: making a difference

Stacey Elliott from Sacred Heart School, Yea, talks about her motivation for becoming a teacher and the joy she gets from making a difference in how her students learn. 


Mary arose and went with haste

Young Catholics from around the world are gathering for the beginning of World Youth Day, and a large contingent of pilgrims from Melbourne are front and centre for the experience.


Our Lady of Good Counsel wins Victorian Kids in Space final

Students from Our Lady of Good Counsel School, Deepdene, have won the Victorian final of The Andy Thomas Space Foundation ‘Kids in Space’ program and will travel to Adelaide for the national final in October.


Once-in-a-lifetime experience as emerging leaders meet Pope Francis

Pilgrims from the Archdiocese of Melbourne met the Holy Father Pope Francis in Rome yesterday in a special private audience as part of the lead-up to World Youth Day in Lisbon.


Working together in mission

Staff from St Charles Borromeo School, Templestowe, St Gregory the Great School, Doncaster, and St Kevin’s School, Templestowe Lower, came together for a special day of professional learning about the theme of ‘working together in mission’.


A call to action on homelessness

Over 60 compassionate students and staff from Mount St Joseph Girls’ College, Altona, spent the night in their sports hall to raise awareness about the prevalence of homelessness in our society.


VCE Transnational Conference returns to China

Tom Bridges, Assistant Principal – International and Community Partnerships at Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, reflects on the conference and the way teachers and students are making meaningful connections beyond Australia.


A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

Almost 600 young Melbournians gathered on Sunday for a commissioning ceremony and Mass led by Archbishop Peter A Comensoli in St Patrick’s Cathedral ahead of their departure for World Youth Day.


Embracing diversity and unity

The culturally diverse community at Kolbe Catholic College, Greenvale Lakes, celebrated everything that unites them during their Cultural Awareness Week.


Plants for peace and the planet

Students from St Macartan’s School, Mornington, ran, skipped and danced for peace and the planet in their contribution to the global eco-relay, Run4Unity.


On a roll in Lancefield

The students at St Mary’s School, Lancefield, have embarked on an ambitious project to support their local farmers.


Welcome to Term 3

As students and teachers return to classrooms following the mid-year school holidays, there is much to look forward to during the new term.


A birthday present to remember

St Bernadette’s Catholic Primary School, The Basin, celebrated its 40th anniversary with the opening of a new senior learning centre.


Winter Fun Fest

The community at Holy Saviour Parish School, Vermont South, celebrated the beginning of winter with a party and an important message.


Simply stunning stories

Students from Year 2 and 3 at Mother of God School, Ardeer, have just launched their first book.


Documentary bridges tragic past with bright future

Year 6 filmmakers from St Augustine’s School, Yarraville, have walked the red carpet at the premiere of their film.