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Nothing old school about Brisbane Catholic Education’s new leader

Dr Doug Ashleigh

DR Doug Ashleigh has decades of experience as a Catholic teacher, principal and administrator, but there’s nothing old school about this senior educator. Dr Ashleigh recently moved with his family from Sydney to take on the challenging role of deputy executive director at Brisbane Catholic Education. He has spent much of the past decade at the leading edge of digital ... Read More »

Pay dispute rolls on with more industrial action

MORE than 7500 Catholic school union members in 180 schools across Queensland stopped work this morning over increasing workloads and inequitable wages. Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland and Northern Territory Branch Secretary Terry Burke said it was the fifth time Queensland Catholic school employees had taken stop work action as their employers continued to reject employee concerns about ... Read More »

Mums and dads not just ‘fundraising machines’

CATHOLIC mum Kaylene Campbell doesn’t believe handing over a credit card to her son’s school is the best way to support his senior secondary education. The mother of two boys and Brisbane archdiocesan branch chair of the Federation of Parents’ and Friends’ Association believes in having an emotional investment with her son’s school at St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace. “And ... Read More »

A week of celebrations

By Emilie Ng DONNA Hamid skipped school to bask in the sunshine over Brisbane city last week, but received no threats of detention or expulsion. The San Sisto College, Carina, student was among thousands of students who swapped school for a ticket to the city’s first festival acclaiming Catholic education. Brisbane Catholic Education hosted the inaugural three-day festival to launch ... Read More »

The Catholic Loop | January 27, 2015

The Catholic Loop – Today’s news headlines for the busy Catholic | January 27, 2015 Queensland Catholic schools welcomed more than 12,000 new Year 7 students who started their first secondary school year. Church leaders were “stirred” by the high numbers of the “Millennial generation” at a recent US pro-life rally, proving it’s not just the grandparents who oppose abortion. ... Read More »

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