Staff from Catholic Education South Australia, including educators from our schools, will be available at the Pregnancy, Babies and Children’s Expo at the Adelaide Showground at Wayville on Saturday April 17 and Sunday April 18.
Parents, teachers and staff are invited to share their insights through a new survey focused on gifted students and gifted education.
The proposed new Catholic Special Assistance School in the northern suburbs of Adelaide has been named.
The fee-free, co-educational learning village for young people aged 17 to 24 will be known as Compass Catholic Community.
Opening at Davoren Park in January 2022, Compass Catholic Community will work with young people in the Playford area to engage with new opportunities for learning, work and community participation to support their wellbeing, needs and aspirations.
School of the Nativity, Aberfoyle Park is partnering with Flinders University in a unique digital technologies project.
Year 5, 6 and 7 students and staff will have the opportunity to learn about and use digital technologies to create their very own movie trailer in ‘The Void’ at Flinders University – SA’s largest motion capture and VR lab.
The site that is becoming St Francis of Assisi College, the new Years 7 to 12 Catholic secondary school for the Riverland has been officially blessed and welcomed into the Riverland community.
As the preliminary earthworks continue, a group gathering was held on the site, with Bishop Karol Kulczycki SDS, Bishop of Port Pirie blessing the land and aboriginal elder Howard ‘Barney’ Lindsay conducting a traditional smoking ceremony.
On Wednesday March 17, 2021, our St Patrick’s School, Mansfield Park’s vibrant multicultural community came together to celebrate two important occasions close to our hearts: St Patrick’s Day and Harmony Week.
Aaliyah, Year 11 student at Nazareth Catholic College has successfully been providing sustainable sanitary wear for girls in Korogocho, Kenya as part of her inspirational ‘In2 Eradicating Period Poverty’ Project.