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Thriving and surviving Term 4

Spring Back into School The spring break passes oh so quickly and while simply turning up for Term 4 works for many, others can benefit...

Asking teachers are you Ok?

We all know that mental health is one of the biggest issues facing young Australians, with ABS statistics finding that one in six Australians...

Putting their faith into action

A group of teachers from Sydney Catholic Schools are putting their faith into action and helping to establish a school in the middle of...

Novel way of teaching

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New schools boss Tony Farley tells teachers exciting changes await

By Marilyn Rodrigues and Catherine Sheehan Catholic school teachers are well placed to change and adapt their schools in “uncertain times” says the new head of...

Labor Senator is Australia’s new National Catholic Education chief

Outgoing Labor Senator Jacinta Collins has been appointed Executive Director of the National Catholic Education Commission. Senator Collins, who entered the Federal parliament in 1995,...

The relationship that adds up

By Mary Ryan ‘Starting school is a watershed moment for families. As a principal you deeply respect the trust that parents have in handing their child...

Simcha Fisher: To my teachers

It's the time of year to start thinking about Christmas presents for your kids' teachers. It's also the time of year to start composing...

Monica Doumit: Shorten option is sinister

In last week’s column, I wrote about the push to remove existing religious freedom protections for Catholic schools when it comes to students who...
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Bishop Peter Elliott: St John Henry Newman, a true son of...

His long life spanned the nineteenth century. John Henry Newman was born in London in 1801 and died in Birmingham in 1890.

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