Students at Newman Catholic College, Smithfield have shared their love of reading with the next generation as part of a heartfelt group project with purpose.
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.
This month we spoke to Deanne Garrett, Principal of Our Lady Help of Christians School, Earlville. Deanne shares what she hopes to achieve as Principal and the best thing about living and working in tropical Far North Queensland.
Year 5 and 6 students at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School at Waibeni (Thursday Island) have been learning local traditional language as part of the school’s commitment to preserving the critically endangered languages of the remote region.
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!
Highly Accomplished Teacher and Lead Teacher (HAT and LT) certification is keeping our high-performing teachers in classrooms across the Cairns Diocese.
Job stability, lifestyle factors and opportunities for growth are enticing Far North workers to reskill as teachers.
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.