The Spirit of Catholic Education Awards are presented annually in conjunction with Catholic Education Week to celebrate outstanding contributions to Catholic education in Queensland.
Our first Principal Profile of 2021 is Michael Rowe, Principal of St Rita’s School, Babinda. Mr Rowe talks about his vision for St Rita’s, reflects on his own childhood education and explains how sport brought him out of his shell.
Catholic schools in Far North Queensland will re-open on Wednesday morning, as will their outside school hours and long day care services. The exception may be a small number of schools still without power where the Principal will make a local decision whether to re-open. At this stage (3pm Tuesday) these schools are Holy Spirit […]
All Catholic schools in the Cairns, Mossman, Cooktown, Tablelands and Cassowary Coast regions will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday 2 March due to the current cyclonic conditions caused by the tropical low which is slow moving off the coast. The only far northern Catholic schools to remain open will be St Joseph’s Parish School, Weipa and […]
Excitement is building and enrolments are growing as construction continues at Cairns’ newest secondary school. Main building works are starting at Newman Catholic College following a month of demolition and preparation at the school’s site on the grounds of James Cook University. Newly-appointed construction company Bryant Building Contractors met with members of Cairns Catholic Education’s […]
A creative Cairns school has turned the humble shoe box into a heartwarming vessel of kindness and joy.
Catholic secondary schools around the Far North recently hosted “Bump Up Day” events for scores of eager Year 6 students, giving them a glimpse of the exciting year to come following a challenging 2020.
Educators from Catholic schools around the Far North have been recognised for their hard work at a prestigious awards evening.
In the land of lollies, what would your clothes be? What if hair was made with feathers and paper? What if an elephant had butterfly wings? What if you fell into a magical mirror and got stuck?
Far North families are invited to get in on the ground floor of the region’s newest secondary school.