Sandhurst Catholic Early Childhood Education and Care Ltd has celebrated the launch of their brand new website!
The website contains information and resources for parents and features the Early Childhood Education communities of, Assisi Kindergarten in Strathfieldsaye and St Mel’s Kindergarten in Shepparton.
In addition, a Sandhurst Catholic Early Childhood Education & Care Ltd Facebook page was also launched to celebrate ‘all things’ Early Childhood Education and Care.
With 'Early Learning Matters Week' commencing on Monday 26th July the timing is perfect to engage with Sandhurst Catholic Early Childhood Education & Care Ltd.
Please visit the website and like the Facebook page.
It is a joyous occasion to witness the baptism of one child, but on the final day of Term 2, the St Peter’s School community welcomed eight children into the Church family.
The entire school community gathered at St Kilian’s along with the families and Godparents of the children who were to be baptised. Fr Junray presided at the Mass which also celebrated the feast day of St Peter, the patron saint of the school.
Read more: Baptism joy
If all that is old is new again, then one of Australia’s most iconic program has found a new generation to delight this year, when St Augustine’s Primary School Wodonga discovered why Hey, Hey it’s Saturday was one of the nation’s most popular programs for almost three decades.
The long running Australian variety program inspired the schools 2021 musical production which was aptly named, ‘Hey, Hey it’s St A’s!’ With appearances from many of the shows well-loved characters, live music from the fabulous 70’s, 80’s and 90’s, and the antics of not one, but two plucka ducks … well you couldn’t help but remember why the show held such appeal for so long.
Read more: Hey, hey, it's awesome!
There were 200 reasons to celebrate on Monday, May 24 as every diocese in the country held a Mass to mark the bicentenary of Catholic Education in Australia. The Sandhurst Diocese gathered at St Kilian’s Catholic Church, the site of the first Catholic school in our diocese, established in 1853. The event was livestreamed so that all Sandhurst communities were able to join in the celebrations.
Read more: 200 reasons to celebrate!
Tuesday 26 January, 2021
St Mary of the Angel's Secondary College has been recognised in the 2021 Moira Shire Australia Day Awards for their contribution to the local community through their outstanding VCAL program.
The award was announced by Deputy Mayor Julie Brooks, who congratulated the College for winning the 'Event of the Year' award for their community initiative.
Read more: Community at Heart
Monday 18 January, 2021
A remarkable contribution recognised as the Elmore community farewell the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart.
After 91 years of service to the Elmore community, the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart were farewelled by the Elmore Community at a commemorative Mass on Tuesday 5 January 2021.
After arriving in Elmore in 1929, the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart (DOLSH) have played a crucial role in the provision of Catholic Education and in the broader ministry of the Elmore region for almost 100 years.
Read more: Farewell and thank you
Tuesday 8 December, 2020
Bishop Shane Mackinlay has announced the membership of the inaugural boards for Catholic Education Sandhurst Ltd (CES) and Sandhurst Catholic Early Childhood Education and Care Ltd (SCECE&C). The directors of these companies will lead Catholic Education and Early Childhood Education & Care in the Diocese into a new era of governance from 1 January 2021.
Read more: New Boards Announced
Friday 13 November, 2020
The annual MacKillop Art Exhibition has been officially launched today on the Catholic Education Sandhurst website.
This is the first time the exhibition will take place online due to Covid-19 restrictions. It is also the tenth anniversary of this exceptional student art exhibition, which show cases the artistic talents of student from across the Sandhurst Diocese.
Read more: MacKillop Art Exhibition Launch Online
Friday 9 October, 2020
A team of Galen College VEX students from Wangaratta have coded their way into history, by being one of three teams that successfully completed the space mission for JAXA’s inaugural Kibo Robotic Programming Challenge: KiboRPC.
300 teams entered the competition from around the world, seven made it to the final, and only three successfully completed the final mission in Space: Indonesia (first), Thailand (second) and Australia (third), with Japan, UAE, Taiwan, Singapore not being able to complete the space mission successfully.
Read more: On top of the world
Tuesday 18 August, 2020
Ablaze 2020 - Listen to the Spirit
In 2020, Catholic Education Sandhurst in partnership with Sandhurst Youth Ministry and FRG Ministry has brought the experience of the Ablaze events virtually to primary and secondary schools.
Established in 2018, the Ablaze Youth Festival provides an opportunity for young people to come together and celebrate their faith through music and conversation.
Read more: Ablaze 2020: a virtual experience