A 15-year-old computer whiz who loved playing soccer, Carlo Acutis, was beatified in the Italian town of Assisi on Saturday October 10.
St Paul’s College student Kayron Treloar Walker has been learning more about his Indigenous cultural background through working one-on-one with mentor Phillip Allen from Warkala Cultural Consultancy.
When Cabra College old scholar Alison Appleby responded to a call for volunteers to assist with the school’s archives and heritage museum, she thought it would be a good way to reconnect with a place dear to her heart.
Staff from Nazareth Catholic Community have put their artistic skills to good use to help brighten the inside of the Vinnies Men’s Crisis Centre.
Students of St Patrick’s Primary School, Mansfield Park, were given a masterclass in table tennis today, thanks to Sport Australia’s Sporting Schools initiative to get kids moving.
‘Ditch single-use plastics’ was the message from Gleeson College students who participated in a series of events to celebrate National Science Week.
Brightly coloured fish, an enormous octopus and even a real-life hermit crab were all on show as St Augustine’s Parish School held its STEM Expo in early September.
As Catholics celebrate the season of creation, a college in the South East continues to build on its long commitment to ecological conversion and sustainability.
Urban beekeeping at St Mary’s College is helping to create learning opportunities about the environment while also supporting apiarists impacted in the State’s recent bushfires.
The challenges of delivering creative and engaging teaching and learning activities during COVID-19 has been shared by all teaching staff nationwide.
Work on the new state-of-the-art educational facility at Two Wells is well underway, with the new school set to open its doors next year.