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A Footscray icon celebrates a century

It’s been a rolling series of celebrations at St John’s School, Footscray, as the school marks 100 years serving the Catholic communities in Melbourne’s inner west.


150 years of learning in Mitcham

A special milestone was reached at St John’s School, Mitcham, with the school celebrating 150 years of operation.


Lighting the path for the next generation

Our school leaders were front and centre at the 2022 Annual Archdiocesan Celebration of Principalship.


Intercultural Expo 2022

The intercultural expo at Catholic Regional College, Melton, was an initiative that emerged from listening to students’ voices and responding to their expressed needs in relation to cultural recognition as a key component of their engagement in schooling.


Meet the teacher: follow your heart

Thomas Pham is in his first year of teaching at Resurrection School, Kings Park. Having originally studied a Bachelor of Biomedicine, Thomas discovered that the career his heart was leading him to was teaching.


New outdoor learning space officially opened at Mother of God School, Ardeer

A new outdoor learning space developed with the assistance of $20,000 in federal government funding, along with support from local council, business and community groups, was officially blessed and opened at Mother of God School, Ardeer, this week.


A spirit of learning

The community at Avila College, Mount Waverley, have celebrated the opening of their new senior learning centre, Ballygriffin.


Vision, mission and values in Templestowe

Students, teachers and parents at St Charles Borromeo School, Templestowe, worked together to create succinct vision, mission and values statements to express their purpose and direction.


Catholic schools celebrate linguistic diversity through film

St Catherine of Siena Catholic Primary School, Armstrong Creek, was announced today as the inaugural winner of the Narrm Multilingual Film Festival for Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools.


An immersive art experience in Bentleigh

The arts will be on show at St Paul’s School, Bentleigh, with the return of the school’s arts festival this week.


Rerum Novarum award-winners

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) and the Rerum Novarum Foundation have announced the winners of the 2021/2022 Rerum Novarum Awards.


Creative minds at St Thomas More’s School

Two years in the making, the community at St Thomas More’s School, Mt Eliza, were finally able to enjoy the spectacular artworks on display at their 2022 Creative Minds Art Show.


Innovative approaches prepare Year 8s for an ever-changing world

Over 200 Year 8 students recently engaged in designing, building and testing film canister rockets in conjunction with the STEM unit focusing on physical and chemical changes.


Our Lady’s School takes action for World Mission Month

Students and staff at Our Lady’s School, Craigieburn, have participated in World Mission Month in October by learning about the concept of Catholic mission and raising funds to support a farming project in rural Ethiopia.


Hats off to teachers

Today is World Teachers Day, a celebration of the professionalism of all teachers and the work they do to support the learning needs of all students.


Meet the teacher: learning is a never-ending story

Thomas Punzalan, a teacher at St Lawrence of Brindisi Catholic Primary School, Weir Views, talks about being authentic with his students and how learning is a never-ending story.


Celebrating diversity

Diversity was on the agenda at Our Lady Star of the Sea School, Ocean Grove, with a day dedicated to developing greater understanding of differences and similarities.


MACS teachers work with Monash Uni to build STEM expertise

Teachers and curriculum leaders from Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) and staff from Monash University continue to collaborate on a project aimed at building teacher capacity to create challenging, authentic and exciting STEM learning opportunities for their students.


Planting trees for the jubilee

Current and former families, as well as members of the parish community, came together at St Roch’s School, Glen Iris, for a royal-themed afternoon tea to officially open and bless the school’s new outdoor classroom.


A rapidly growing community

Construction of the second stage of St Lawrence of Brindisi Catholic Primary School, Weir Views, is well underway with the school’s population set to boom.


Room to grow

The students at Holy Eucharist School, St Albans South, will have more room to move with ground broken on a new $4.7 million expansion to the school.