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Victoria’s Catholic schools ready for second phase of students’ return on Tuesday 9 June

Students in Years 3–10 will return to onsite learning at Catholic schools across Victoria this Tuesday 9 June, following the return of Prep, Years 1, 2, 11 and 12, and specialist schools a fortnight ago.


Victoria’s Catholic schools ready to welcome students back to classrooms

Catholic schools across Victoria will welcome students in Prep, Years 1, 2, 11 and 12, and specialist schools on Tuesday 26 May for a phased return to onsite learning.


Catholic Education Calls for Funding to Be Brought Forward to Support Building Blitz

The CECV is calling for a $400 million capital works package allocated to non-government schools over four years at the 2018 election to be brought forward.


Catholic Education Welcomes Funding to Relieve Cleaning Cost Pressures

The state government will bring forward one-off funding amounts of $1.3 million now and a further $2.5 million from 1 July 2020 to assist Victoria’s nearly 500 Catholic schools to undertake enhanced cleaning measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 


Appointment of Executive Director of Catholic Education Melbourne

Statement from Archbishop Peter A Comensoli.


Statement: Catholic Education Week events cancelled

Catholic Education Melbourne has made the decision to cancel or postpone all events planned for next week’s Catholic Education Week.


Statement regarding St Kevin’s College, Toorak

Statement from Catholic Education Melbourne Acting Executive Director Jim Miles regarding St Kevin’s College, Toorak


New scores deliver significant funding increases for non-government schools with low-income families

The CECV welcomes the release of new Direct Measure of Income scores, which will deliver fairer funding for non-government schools in Australia and replace the flawed SES scores.


Investment in Catholic schools to help meet capacity challenge of the future

The $47 million capital investment in increased school capacity announced today by the Victorian Government has been welcomed by the CECV.


We are here to stay: Catholic education boss says

Despite media speculation on school closures, Catholic education is strong and here to stay, says Catholic Education Melbourne Acting Executive Director, Jim Miles.


Celebrating Catholic schools’ service to the community

Three thousand students from over 300 Catholic schools across Greater Melbourne led by Celtic pipers and bearing their school banners have marched at St Patrick’s Cathedral to mark the feast of St Patrick.


CECV fully supports transparency and accountability

Victorian Catholic schools fully support calls from the Commonwealth Parliament’s Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit for public reporting of the funding models used by school systems in Australia.


CECV welcomes Jacinta Collins appointment

The CECV welcomes the appointment of former senator Jacinta Collins as Executive Director of the NCEC by the Bishops Commission for Catholic Education.


State education deals highlight limitations of federal funding model

Reports today that state and territory governments will be permitted to vary the amount of funding they provide to public schools, relative to the federal funding model, provide further evidence of the limitations of that model.


More misleading information on school funding

Fresh claims public schools will be ‘hit hardest’ under new school funding arrangements are simply wrong, CECV acting Executive Director Jim Miles says.


Welcome to the class of 2019

Almost 210,000 Catholic students are beginning at or returning to over 500 schools statewide this week.


Funding brinkmanship will see schools and students suffer

Teaching and learning in Victorian Catholic schools will suffer thanks to the failure of the State and Commonwealth Governments to reach an agreement on education funding.


End the school funding standoff

Catholic Education Melbourne is urging the Victorian state government to end the stand-off with the Commonwealth over school funding.


Enough of the hypocrisy and ignorance on school funding

Ross Gittins’ Fairfax Media comment piece today is yet another example of the hypocritical and ignorant attacks being made by public education advocates on funding for Catholic schools.


Prayers for the Class of 2018

Students from Victoria’s Catholic schools are embarking on their VCE exams, backed by the thoughts and prayers of the state’s second biggest school system.


Liberal–National support shows significance of Catholic schools

The CECV has hailed the Liberal–National Party’s pledge to provide $400 million across the next four years for non-government schools if elected on 24 November as a win for parental choice.