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The University of Notre Dame Australia and Catholic Education Western Australia joined forces to host the “Formation as the Foundation” conference, exploring the pivotal role of formation in Catholic education.
Sr Elizabeth Dodds RSC has been recognised for her exceptional contribution to Catholic education, receiving the Brother Kelvin Canavan Catholic School Leadership Award at the Catholic Schools NSW education law symposium. Source: The Catholic Weekly.
Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools will work with its primary school teachers to develop high-quality, comprehensive curriculum resource materials enabling them to focus more on the core task of teaching, where their time and energy counts the most.
More than 850 talented Catholic school students from North Queensland converged at the Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre yesterday to kick off the 2023 Mulkadee Youth Arts Festival. Source: Townsville Catholic Education.
Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools has assured parents of the long-term future of De La Salle College after it was purchased from the De La Salle Brothers. Source: Herald Sun.
A report from the Teacher Education Expert Panel 2023, written by University of Sydney vice-chancellor Professor Mark Scott, has important insights into how to make teachers highly effective, writes Catholic schools leader Ross Fox. Source: SMH.
Catholic Schools NSW chief Dallas McInerney says there is a risk attendance levels will never return to normal, calling for an inquiry into the long-term consequences of shutting down schools during the pandemic. Source: Sydney Morning Herald.
Victoria’s highest-fee schools will face new payroll tax rules from next year, but the measure will raise $100 million less than expected after the Government backtracked from its original plan following fierce opposition. Source: The Age.