Catholic Education Diocese of Cairns is committed to attracting, supporting, and keeping graduate teachers in the Far North with more than 50 teaching scholarships being awarded to local students to date.
For our first Principal Profile of the year, we spoke to Linda Gaia from St John’s, a small, community-focused school nestled amongst sugar cane fields in the Cassowary Coast region.
Madonna Archibald shares her experience of Lead Teacher certification as well as the benefits for herself, her school and her students.
Good Counsel Primary School has an extraordinary history punctuated with natural disasters, fires and the incredible strength and resilience of the local community. Today, the Cassowary Coast school celebrates 120 years of quality education in the tight-knit community of Innisfail.
Briohny Jones is one of our most northern based teachers. She is a passionate educator based on Thursday Island and Hammond Island at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School.
The National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) announced today that the Diocese of Cairns will host the next Australian Catholic Education Conference at the Cairns Convention Centre from 20-22 August, 2025.
After choosing to study education at university, Leanne Shead has gone on to teach Visual Art for more than 29 years.
The 2023 Docemus Awards celebrated seven stand-out staff from the Catholic Education Diocese of Cairns community.
Inclusivity changes school communities for the better, writes Caitlin Humphrys, Consultant – Relationships and Engagement at Catholic Education Diocese of Cairns.
This month, we spoke to newly-appointed Principal at Mother of Good Counsel School, North Cairns, Katherine Boot.