As Catholic schools around the State celebrated another successful Open Week in September, Catholic Education SA confirmed that enrolments have surpassed 50,000 for the first time.
Nine representatives from Catholic Education SA (CESA) joined more than 1400 delegates from around Australia for the 2022 National Catholic Education Conference held in Melbourne last month.
Craig Fosdike, principal of St Martin de Porres School at Sheidow Park, has been awarded life membership of the Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation.
After a challenging start to the year, it’s full steam ahead for the annual Catholic Schools Music Festival which will begin on September 26.
St Aloysius College Year 10 student Imogen Robinson has won first place in the STEM MAD competition with her design of an ‘Anxiety App’ to assist students who suffer anxiety in the classroom.
McAuley Community School students Livi Meehan and Angelina Schinella shook off the nerves and stood up for people experiencing homelessness at Sunday Mass in St Joseph’s Church, Brighton, last month.
Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si’ was the inspiration for the Salisbury Parish Team Day held on August 25.
Work has commenced on the installation of a unique set of stained glass windows in the Sisters’ Choir section of the Cabra Chapel.
It is not often you get to work alongside your granddaughter but for long-serving educator Sue McDonald that is one of the added joys of doing relief teaching at St Patrick’s School, Mansfield Park.
A new centre that provides a vibrant space for ‘social exchange, interaction and collaborative learning’ was officially opened at Cardijn College in June.
Catholic schools across the State will be opening their doors and showcasing their offerings to the wider community as part of the annual ‘open week’ event starting today.