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18/12/2020

Christmas message

This year’s Christmas message includes a combined choir of four schools from across the regions.

17/12/2020

Virtual awards presentation

John Paul College, Frankston, has recognised students who have achieved academic excellence and displayed outstanding personal qualities in 2020.

17/12/2020

Year in Review

2020 has been a year like no other and, despite all the challenges, students have continued to learn and teachers have continued to teach.

16/12/2020

Strategic approaches to improving student outcomes

ACARA has recently profiled 24 schools around the country that consistently deliver strong progress in NAPLAN assessments of reading, writing or numeracy.

16/12/2020

Consul-General of the United Arab Emirates visits Mercy College

Principal Lila McInerney of Mercy College, Coburg, was delighted to host UAE Consul-General Dr Nariman Al Mulla and special guests for an open and affirming discussion around interfaith dialogue and tolerance.

16/12/2020

In the spirit of giving

This year, the Mini Vinnies group at St Paul’s School, Coburg, asked their community to put together Christmas hampers.

15/12/2020

Kilbreda 2020: Living the motto of strength and kindliness

Reflecting on 2020, Nicole Mangelsdorf, principal of Kilbreda College, Mentone, said this has been ‘a year like no other’.

15/12/2020

Story of the Nativity

The Prep students from St Joseph’s School, Crib Point, have prepared their own rendition of the Nativity story to celebrate this special time before Christmas.

14/12/2020

Students share creative stories of COVID-19 experience

Students from 26 Catholic schools across Victoria have shared stories through prose, poetry and art, with many focusing on the COVID-19 pandemic as part of this year’s Shared Stories Anthology.

11/12/2020

Good luck Year 6

The graduating class of St Paul’s School, Coburg, received a special message of support and encouragement from a couple of very familiar faces.

11/12/2020

Farewell Ormond

After 96 years of serving the Catholic education community of Ormond, the school bell at St Kevin’s School will ring for the final time.

09/12/2020

Learning to change the world

The inaugural Year 7 students at Iona College Geelong, Charlemont, are ‘learning to change the world’.

08/12/2020

Students turn designers

VCAL students at Caroline Chisholm Catholic College turned designers for their recent end-of-year assessment – launching a mini-market.

03/12/2020

Lessons from leadership

This year’s annual Celebration of Principalship has been postponed until April 2021, but our ‘virtual event’ invited all leaving principals to share some of their wisdom from their time in Catholic education.

02/12/2020

St Aloysius College to accept boys in 2023

St Aloysius College, North Melbourne, has announced today it will move from being an all-girls school to become a co-educational school.

01/12/2020

Principal for the day

Monique Davood from St Columba’s College, Essendon, recently found out that there’s much to learn from seeing the school from a different perspective. 

30/11/2020

Catholic schools on air

Young broadcasters from Catholic schools across Melbourne have taken over the airwaves for a week of news and stories from a younger perspective.

27/11/2020

Key to the door

Lumen Christi School, Point Cook, celebrated its 21st birthday with a mix of activities, reflection and the revelation of an insightful prediction.

25/11/2020

Dancing the story of the black-throated finch

This year, St Mary MacKillop Catholic Primary School, Bannockburn, won the Best Raising Awareness Story Award and the National Environment Award in the Wakakirri challenge.

24/11/2020

Wellbeing – practising what we preach

Wellbeing is an important focus for Catholic schools in Melbourne. For Kahli Schroder, Year 5/6 teacher and wellbeing leader at St Bede’s School, Balwyn North, it’s about practising what she preaches.

23/11/2020

Why we hire graduates

Principal Marcy De Nardis at St Thomas More’s School, Hadfield, has always believed in hiring graduate teachers.