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Dedicated teachers shaping lives for the future

BCE awards

SIX outstanding educators have been acknowledged for their innovation and leadership at the annual Brisbane Catholic Education Excellence in Teaching Awards. With more than 35 finalists representing 14 schools, family, friends, sponsors and special guests gathered at Victoria Park Golf Club to witness Brisbane archdiocese vicar general Monsignor Peter Meneely and BCE executive director Pam Betts present the awards and ... Read More »

Musical maestro visits Holy Name to create new sound

Holy Name Primary School

WELL-known for his work with small-town schools, musician Josh Arnold had a change of scenery when he collaborated with a small school in a big town – Holy Name Primary School, Toowoomba. In a process he has refined into a work of art, Mr Arnold has been collaborating with the students of Holy Name to produce a song that is ... Read More »

Sod turned at site of south-east Queensland’s first school named after St Clare

St Clare's Primary School

THE first sod has been turned on St Clare’s Primary School at Yarrabilba. Brisbane Archbishop Mark Coleridge joined Brisbane Catholic Education executive director Pam Betts, foundation principal Chris Thomas, Logan dean and Beaudesert parish priest Fr Michael McKeaten, representatives of the Franciscan Sisters and other guests for the blessing and sod-turning ceremony. During the ceremony Archbishop Coleridge told those gathered on ... Read More »

Senior Leadership Vacancies – Brisbane Catholic Education

Brisbane Catholic Education invites applications for the following positions: Principal – Secondary:• St Thomas More College, Sunnybank (enrolments 975)Deputy Principal – Secondary:• Our Lady’s College, Annerley (enrolments 323)Assistant Principal – Secondary:• Carmel College, Thornlands (enrolments 1,118)• St Peter Claver College, Riverview (enrolments 1,008) For further information, click here: BCE Read More »

Catholic Education Cairns – Multiple positions

Catholic Education in the Diocese of Cairns is targeting Graduate Teachers looking to kick start their teaching career in 2017. Applications are also invited from suitably qualified and experienced Catholic School leaders for the position of Assistant Principal – Religious Education within the Cairns Diocese. For further information, click here: CEO Cairns Read More »

Diocese of Lismore – Principal Positions

The Diocese of Lismore seeks applications from outstanding professionals who are practicing Catholics and enthusiastic witnesses to Jesus Christ. The successful applicants must possess an informed, critical and contemporary understanding of Catholic school education in the 21st Century. Education in the Diocese of Lismore is built upon the Central Beliefs in Jesus Christ and the Foundational Values for Catholic Identity ... Read More »

ST MARY’S COLLEGE – Campus Minister

This is a contract position until December 2016 (with the possibility of a permanent position) and involves 30 hours per week.The Campus Minister works under the direction of the College Leadership Team to assist in ministering to the today school community to: • Extend the faith development opportunities and religious experience of students and, where appropriate, staff and parents• Foster ... Read More »

DIRECTOR OF MUSIC – Cathedral of St Stephen, Brisbane

The Cathedral of St Stephen is seeking a talented music leader to develop and deliver its music program. This full-time role will be responsible for the co-ordination and development of the choral program with the assistance from the Assistant Director of Music along with organising special events/performances. Salary $107,500 (Total Employment Cost)+ AUDFor further details or to apply please email ... Read More »

Cairns town tends to grief 12 months after tragic explosion

RAVENSHOE parishioners gathered for an ecumenical service at St Teresa’s Church to commemorate the lives lost in a disaster last year that shook the whole community. The small town located on the Atherton Tablelands was rocked by disaster 12 months ago when a vehicle crashed into a gas bottle at a local cafe, causing an explosion that killed two people ... Read More »

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