Aspiring young writers from St Monica’s College, Cairns are reaching for the stars – and they haven’t let a global pandemic get in their way.
History echoes throughout the halls of St Augustine’s College, Parramatta Park – a school with humble beginnings as an all-boys’ primary school that has since grown in both reputation and size throughout the 90 years of operation in the Far North. We reflect on the proud history of the now day and boarding secondary college […]
Our latest Principal Profile stars Dr Sean Mangan, principal of St Andrew’s Catholic College, a co-education P-12 college nestled in the foothills of Redlynch Valley. Dr Sean is a committed and experienced Catholic educator with more than 25 years’ experience teaching and leading in P-12 settings.
The Child Protection Week 2020 Student Protection T-Shirt Competition is an opportunity for students in the Cairns Diocese to promote awareness about safety for themselves and others.
This year’s graduate teachers launched their teaching careers in unprecedented times, and while they should have been celebrating at their graduation ceremonies, they were instead forced into the biggest learning-from-home experiment the country has ever seen.
This month we catch up with Good Counsel Principal Liam Kenny to find out about his hopes and plans for the Innisfail-based primary school.
Cairns Catholic Education is aware of the issues in a southern Catholic school involving ‘Zoom bombing’ and had worked with its service provider prior to the start of online learning to enhance security protocols.
Catholic Education Services Director Identity and Outreach Sharon O’Keeffe and Leader Formation Rachel McLean share their Easter reflections in a time of COVID-19.
The Australian Government has released a new guide to online safety for parents and carers in response to COVID-19.