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.
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.
This month, we spoke to newly-appointed Principal at Mother of Good Counsel School, North Cairns, Katherine Boot.
This month we speak to Rachelle De Iacovo, Principal of St Anthony’s School, Dimbulah. The small country school holds a very special place in Rachelle’s heart as it was the primary school that both herself and her children attended. She shares what is most special about her school community as well as what she hopes […]
Student enrolments in Cairns Catholic schools have topped the 12,000 mark for the first time.
In this month’s Principal Profile, Mother of Good Counsel School Principal, Ruth Mallon, shares what is most special about the North Cairns school as well as what makes her most proud to be the leader of the thriving inner-city school community.
St Thomas of Villanova Parish School Year 2 Teacher Shannon Grantley is the latest teacher in the Cairns Diocese to receive Highly Accomplished Teacher status.
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School teacher Hannah Cantwell shares her experience swapping her big city life in Melbourne for a slower-paced existence on Thursday Island – and the career opportunities that came with it!
Job stability, lifestyle factors and opportunities for growth are enticing Far North workers to reskill as teachers.