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Victoria’s first HALTs

In a first for Victorian educators, 12 teachers from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne have been recognised as Highly Accomplished and Lead Teachers (HALTs) at an event at the Catholic Leadership Centre.


Salesian College raises over $18,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation

VCAL students and staff members from Salesian College, Chadstone, have raised $18,717 for the Leukaemia Foundation in a World’s Greatest Shave fundraiser.


Construction begins in Mickleham

An important milestone in the construction of Holy Cross Primary School, Mickleham, took place last Friday with a ceremonial breaking of soil.


Creative Arts Exhibition award-winners

The final awards for the Catholic Education Week Creative Arts Exhibition have been announced.


A commitment to Laudato Si’

The Eco Committee from Caroline Chisholm Catholic College, Braybrook, has demonstrated its commitment to the environment at a gala dinner.


Harmony Day at St John’s Regional College, Dandenong

St John’s Regional College, Dandenong, celebrated Harmony Week last Thursday.


Five sets of twins start Year 7 at Killester College

In what must be some sort of record, five sets of twins are enrolled in Year 7 at Killester College, Springvale, this year.


Bullying. No Way!

On Friday, the students and staff of St Fidelis’ School, Moreland, began the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence with the words of St Matthew: ‘Always treat others as you would like them to treat you’ (Mt 7: 12). 


Patrick Oration 2021

Archbishop Peter A Comensoli has delivered the 2021 Patrick Oration at the Catholic Leadership Centre this week. 


Young Speakers Colloquium

The Young Speakers Colloquium invites past Catholic education students to share their work and their motivation for making a difference, and reveal pathways into professions that advocate for change.


A message from Archbishop Peter

In lieu of our annual St Patrick’s Day Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Archbishop Peter shares his words of encouragement for us as a Catholic education community as part of Catholic Education Week 2021 celebrations.


Concert in the park … reimagined

The traditional Catholic Education Week Concert in the Park is taking place … though it’s looking a little different than usual.


St James’ Heritage Garden

The new Heritage Garden at St James’ School, Brighton, has transformed the playground into a day at the farm.


Creative Arts Exhibition

Hundreds of students from Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne are exhibiting their artwork as part of the annual Creative Arts Exhibition.


Rerum Novarum Awards 2021

The Rerum Novarum Foundation and Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) have launched the 2021 Rerum Novarum Awards.


Play Pod further extends learning opportunities

St Margaret Mary’s School, Brunswick North, will introduce a ‘Play Pod’ to further extend learning opportunities for its students in Prep to Year 6.


Choose to challenge

‘Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world’ is the 2021 theme for International Women’s Day.


Clean up at St Mary MacKillop Bannockburn

This year the St Mary MacKillop senior environmental team suggested the senior students could work with their Prep buddies to pick up litter around the school grounds and entrance.


Side by side: Celebrating St Mary’s College St Kilda East

This year marks a new beginning for Catholic education in the Archdiocese, with St Mary’s College Melbourne, St Kilda East, becoming the only Catholic coeducational secondary school in inner-city Melbourne.


Antonine College leader celebrates 50 years of service to Catholic education

Christina Staunton-Burke, Faith and Mission Leader at Antonine College, Pascoe Vale South, marks 50 years of service to Catholic education this year and will be presented with a commemorative plaque at the college today.


Celebrating 125 years at Mount Lilydale Mercy College

Mount Lilydale Mercy College, Lilydale, is celebrating 125 years this year. Picture courtesy of Melbourne Catholic.