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Today is R U OK?Day, an important reminder to connect with those around us, especially during periods of remote learning.


A new look for St Lawrence of Brindisi

St Lawrence of Brindisi Catholic Primary School, Weir Views, has unveiled its logo ahead of the first students beginning next year.


Continuing to build for the future

As part of the 10-year master plan at John Paul College, Frankston, building works have commenced on site, with completion due in mid-2022.


Ending slavery one cup at a time

Ensuring schools follow ethical purchasing practices to prevent exploitation and slavery can be as easy as drinking a cup of coffee.


Three cheers for learning support officers

While most of us are learning from home during the current restrictions, learning support officers (LSOs) are providing a valuable service so that all students continue to thrive.


Buon appetito

The students at St Macartan’s School, Mornington, have found a delicious way to develop their skill in learning Italian.


Fitzroy’s Sacred Heart School wins Multicultural Film Festival awards

Year 5 and 6 students from Sacred Heart School, Fitzroy, recently created two music videos celebrating their diverse cultures and both were finalists in the schools category of Victoria’s Multicultural Film Festival, with the music video Double Double Culture taking the gong.


VCE Transnational Conference 2021

The 2021 VCE Transnational Conference was co-hosted by Thomas Carr College, Tarneit, and Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook. The theme for this year was ‘Reimagine, Reposition and Reengage’.


Junior Lord Mayor

Students from Catholic schools in Melbourne are once again in the running to be named Melbourne’s Junior Lord Mayor.


Celebrating families at Our Lady of Fatima School

The support from families to students undertaking remote learning was the focus of last Friday’s assembly at Our Lady of Fatima School, Rosebud.


Teacher Aide of the Year finalist

Julie Buick, an education support officer at Kolbe Catholic College, Greenvale Lakes, is the Victorian finalist in 2021’s Australian Teacher Aide of the Year Awards.


Olympic connections at St Monica’s College

St Monica’s College, Epping, had more reason to cheer than most during the recent Olympic Games in Tokyo.


Art prize winners

The young artists from Christ the Priest Catholic Primary School, Caroline Springs, have won a People’s Choice Award in the Zart Art National Student Art Prize 2021.


The future’s bright for Emma

Emma Gerber from Mater Christi College, Belgrave, has a bright future ahead of her after receiving a prestigious scholarship from The University of Melbourne.


Reading time with the principal

The students at Our Lady of Perpetual Succour School, Surrey Hills, have a special story time with their principal each evening during lockdown.


Learning languages at Loyola

Students from Loyola College, Watsonia, are ‘curing’ monolingualism by making the most of the languages offered at the school.


Let the games begin

The Olympic spirit was alive and well at St Paul’s School, Coburg, when staff and students held their own mini version of the games last week.


Singing superstar

She may only be eight years old, but Olivia Servello from St Fidelis’ School, Moreland, is already a singing veteran.


St Mary of the Cross MacKillop

St Mary of the Cross MacKillop Catholic Parish Primary School, Epping North celebrated with a series of COVIDSafe festivities to mark the feast day of Australia’s first saint.


Parade College teams up with English Premier League champions Manchester City

Melbourne Catholic boys school, Parade College, Bundoora, has entered into a new collaboration with Manchester City to launch the first football school of its kind in Australia.


Creative Industries at Emmaus College

Emmaus College, Vermont South, is building new pathways for its creative students with work commencing on the new Creative Industries building.