Five students from Catholic schools have been named among the winners in the prestigious 2023 Premier’s Anzac Spirit School Prize competition which is run annually by the South Australian state government to encourage young South Australians to understand, connect with and maintain the Anzac Spirit.
An educator from a South Australian Catholic school is helping raise the status of the teaching profession across the country as part of the national ‘Be that teacher' advertising campaign.
As part of World Teachers’ Day celebrations, Educators SA has presented a range of awards at a gala evening where the achievements of outstanding educators and all they contribute to children and young people were recognised and celebrated.
The Catholic Schools Music Festival has wrapped for another year.
Now in its 35th year, the Catholic Education SA festival brought together more than 2000 students from 71 regional and metropolitan Catholic schools from across South Australia to showcase their vast musical gifts across four nights from September 26 to 29.
Inspired by the patron saint of creativity, St Hildegard, Catholic school students from around the State have produced beautiful artworks showing how they can be ‘agents of change’ in today’s world.
Catholic Education SA is continuing its partnership with the University of South Australia (UniSA) to facilitate a program for young female students to explore engineering careers and pathways.
38 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Year 12 students from fifteen Catholic schools have been recognised for completing their schooling in Catholic education.
The Catholic Church in Australia marks Safeguarding Sunday on the second Sunday of September - at the conclusion of National Child Protection Week. It invites people to pray for those harmed by abuse directly and indirectly within Catholic contexts.
It has been a very 'egg-citing' start to Term 3 for Catholic Education SA's supported playgroups thanks to a new literacy project that includes a golden speckled egg and a book illustrated by primary school students.
70 young minds from 17 Catholic schools across South Australia have come together for the annual CESA STEM MAD Showcase at the Adelaide Convention Centre, a culmination of months of work by students in Years 3 to 12 to design a product, service or innovation to Make A Difference (MAD) to others or the environment.