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A whole new world of learning

The community at St Agnes’ School, Highett, celebrated an important milestone in the school’s history with the official opening of new learning spaces.


3-2-1 slam!

The young writers at St Mary’s School, Williamstown, have gone into a poetic battle at their annual poetry slam.


Shining a beacon on STEM

Year 5 and 6 students at St Thomas the Apostle School, Blackburn, have been given an extraordinary opportunity to take STEM to the next level.


Diverse faces of giftedness

MACS conducted a competition for primary and secondary students to celebrate Gifted Awareness Week, asking them to prepare a response to the prompt ‘the diverse faces of giftedness’.


Mission action ahead of immersion trip

A successful trivia night fundraiser by Catholic Regional College North Keilor, Keilor North, is supporting vulnerable communities overseas.


Travelling on a reconciliation journey together

St Paul’s School, Sunshine West, recently recognised National Sorry Day as the first step towards a longer celebration of elders in their own community to be held during NAIDOC Week in July.


Innovation, collaboration and growth

It was a day of celebration at St Louis de Montfort’s School, Aspendale, with the official opening and blessing of the new administration and leadership building.


Fulfilling the potential for goodness

The first part of the new campus of Marymede Catholic College, South Morang, has now opened in Doreen for the school’s youngest students.


Meet the teacher: a work−life balance

Kimberly Walker from St Macartan’s School, Mornington, was unsure about her original career path, but always knew she wanted to work with children. 


A school that prepares for life

The newest facilities at St Joseph’s College, Ferntree Gully, have been officially opened and blessed.


Exciting expansion for senior students at St Monica’s College

St Monica’s College, Epping, has announced an exciting new purchase for senior students in their final years of secondary education.


The Long Walk

As part of National Reconciliation Week, the community at Aquinas College, Ringwood, hosted the annual Aquinas Long Walk.


A lasting symbol of connection

Coinciding with National Reconciliation Week, a new mural was launched at St Michael’s School, North Melbourne, in a special ceremony for students and their families.


Meet the teacher: be genuine with who you are

Aaron Connolly from Our Lady of Fatima School, Rosebud, speaks about his motivation to become a teacher and the learning opportunities that come with taking care of the natural environment. 


Never too early to start learning

The community at Holy Child School, Dallas, was joined by the Hon Ingrid Stitt MP, Minister for Early Childhood and Pre-Prep, to officially open their new early learning centre on Friday morning. 


We truly have been blessed

The school community at Our Lady of the Assumption School, Cheltenham, joined with the parish community to celebrate an important milestone.


Robotics, as seen on TV

Students from Kilbreda College, Mentone, were in the presence of LEGO greatness at a full-day robotics workshop.


Meet the teacher: there’s value in everyone

Coming from a long line of teachers, Anna Bampton from St Macartan’s School, Mornington, made the decision to move from acting to continue the family tradition.


Family Week

This week is Family Week and the students from Antonine College, Pascoe Vale South, have created a video to recognise the importance of families. 


Reaching the top

Construction of the newest facilities at St Ignatius College Geelong, Drysdale, has reached an important milestone with a ceremony to celebrate the laying of the top concrete floor.


A creative celebration in Sorrento

Young writers and illustrators in Sorrento have been inspired by the best in the business as part of a new festival.