Job stability, lifestyle factors and opportunities for growth are enticing Far North workers to reskill as teachers.
Cairns’ newest and most innovative school has given key stakeholders an exciting first glimpse of the building ahead of its 2022 opening.
A fruity bunch of staff at a Cairns secondary school are sparking important conversations and a whole heap of fun.
A Cairns primary school will give sick and vulnerable kids a compassionate – and very cuddly – gift this Christmas.
A Catholic school in Tully has officially opened a new junior precinct that helps cater to the needs of diverse learners and students with a disability.
Proving to be more than the teacher’s pet, newly appointed Mount St Bernard College staff member, Bernard, has been recruited for the role of School Therapy Dog to assist the wellbeing of all staff and students.
A group of Cairns schoolgirls have created an app that helps to promote body positivity by lifting the lid onfilters and Photoshop.
A number of Cairns Catholic colleges have been recognised for their achievements following an analysis of Queensland high schools.
After moving to study teaching in Townsville, this first-year teacher couldn’t be happier to return home to Innisfail. She shares what it’s like to be a graduate teacher living and working in the “small town with heart”.
Kerry Manders believes every young person can help to change the world. And, as Principal of St Stephen’s Catholic College in Mareeba, she is passionate about helping each and every one of her students achieve their goals and dreams. Ms Manders opens up about her vision for St Stephen’s, her strong sense of justice and […]