As South Australians experience another lockdown, Catholic Education SA is working hard to support the students who attend every one of its 101 schools.
“We will continue to get through this pandemic together,” said Dr Neil McGoran, Director, Catholic Education South Australia.
Three Catholic schools have been named as winners at this year’s South Australian Architecture Awards for their recent building projects.
McAuley Community School, Loreto College and Blackfriars Priory School were recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects, who award projects that have a considerable impact on the communities they serve and demonstrate generosity toward the broader public.
Six leaders in Catholic Education South Australia have been recognised by the Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL).
Each year, the South Australian branch of ACEL honours educational leaders who in the view of their peers have made a significant contribution to the understanding and practice of educational leadership.
More than 550 students and staff from Catholic Education SA joined in a simultaneous celebration with schools throughout Australia to mark 200 years of Catholic education.
In a national first – the event was livestreamed with participants from every corner of the country – coming together for a simultaneous Mass.
Students from Gleeson College, Golden Grove have recently taken part in a virtual reality trial that allowed students to tour the world – virtually!
Gleeson is the first school in South Australia to take part in an exciting trial with The University of Adelaide Computer Science Education Research Group (CSER), with access to cutting-edge technology helping students to experience countries around the world.