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Stewards of creation

The community of St Joseph’s School, Sorrento, have had their hard work acknowledged when the school became a finalist for the ResourceSmart School of the Year Award.


Meet the teacher: from industry to the classroom

Eleanor Crawford switched from life as a petroleum chemist to become a Prep teacher at St Margaret Mary’s School, Spotswood.


POP stars at Padua

Matthew Williams, Vice Principal of Padua College, Mornington, reflects on the challenges of and opportunities for engaging with parents to promote successful learning outcomes for students through the ‘Parents of Padua’.


All that jazz

St Monica’s College, Epping, will present Chicago (High School Edition) at Plenty Ranges Arts and Convention Centre (PRACC).


Like minds

Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools (MACS) congratulates winners in the 2022 Gifted Awareness Week competition.


Meet the teacher: surprised by resilience

Sasha Sant from St Peter’s School, Sunshine South West, began her teaching career during a global pandemic, but it’s the resilience of her students that continues to surprise her.


Scientific collaborations

Primary school students worked with senior Science students from St John’s Regional College, Dandenong, as they conducted experiments as part of their curriculum programs.


Winter wonderland

It was a celebration of all things cold and wintery as St Roch’s School, Glen Iris, showcased student art at a community celebration.


Meet the teacher: building on tradition

Celeste D’Souza from St Paul’s School, Sunshine West, has a long tradition as a student in Catholic primary and secondary schools, as well as Australian Catholic University.


ResourceSmart winners

Congratulations to two Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne that have won 2022 ResourceSmart Schools Awards.


Be brave, make change

Catholic schools around the Archdiocese of Melbourne have been reflecting on their role as active participants in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander reconciliation during National Reconciliation Week.


Hands up for reconciliation

The community at St John’s School, Mitcham, have begun National Reconciliation Week with a liturgy and an event to inspire their local community.


Meet the teacher: bringing new ideas

Aoife McGuinness has gone from being a regular replacement teacher at St Mary’s School, St Kilda East, to having her own Year 4 class at the school.


New building designed to inspire

There’s a change coming to Sacred Heart School, Oakleigh, with a new building program transforming learning spaces for the school’s learners.


Catholic school finalists in 13th ResourceSmart awards

Catholic schools from across Melbourne are finalists in the 2022 ResourceSmart Schools Awards.


Cobblebank campus construction commences

Construction of a new campus for Catholic Regional College Melton, Melton, has begun.


Meet the teacher: prepare for the unknown

Ian Scott, Year 5 teacher at St Mary’s School, St Kilda East, began his first year as a graduate teacher during a global pandemic.


Leadership lessons

Student leaders from the St Paul’s Campus of Emmanuel College, Altona North, hosted a visit from their local member of parliament to learn some important lessons in leadership.


Embrace culture and identity

The Catholic Education Commission of Victoria Ltd (CECV) has launched the CECV Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan.


Meet the teacher: finding your passion

Imasha Hewavasam, a teacher at St Francis de Sales Catholic Primary School, Lynbrook, reflects on her journey to becoming a teacher


Building a future at Holy Trinity

Sunbury’s newest Catholic school, Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, is celebrating the opening of its new facilities as the school continues to grow.