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Feb 2019 '19
21st

30 years of service recognised

IN today's fast-paced, ever-changing world, it's rare to meet someone who has served three decades in one place of employment, but that's not the case at St John Fisher College, Bracken Ridge.
Feb 2019 '19
18th

Globetrotters slam-dunk positive message

STUDENTS at St Agnes School, Mt Gravatt, were amazed and excited when they welcomed two special visitors from the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters.
Feb 2019 '19
14th

San Sisto teacher receives national literary award

SAN Sisto College, Carina, teacher and author Richard Yaxley has a lot to live up to with his next novel.
Feb 2019 '19
11th

Staff urged to build a more just world

FATHER Frank Brennan challenged staff at Aquinas College, Ashmore, to "get their hands dirty!" when it came to Social Justice issues.
Feb 2019 '19
8th

Four generations can't be wrong about St Joseph's, Childers

STARTING at a new school can be a scary prospect for most Prep students.
Feb 2019 '19
6th

Con's crosses find a special place at St Augustine's

IN every classroom at St Augustine's Primary School, Currumbin Waters, hangs a very special wooden cross.
Feb 2019 '19
4th

PM praises Emmaus College students

PRIME Minister Scott Morrison received a rousing welcome at Emmaus College when he paid a surprise visit to the Jimboomba school.
Jan 2019 '19
30th

Schools in for BCE students and staff

THOUGHTS and prayers turned to foundation staff and students at our two newest schools, St Joseph's College, Coomera, and Good Samaritan Catholic College, Bli Bli, as students and staff began the new school year with...
Jan 2019 '19
24th

Move from OP to ATAR on track for BCE

A NEW pathway to tertiary study for Queensland's senior students is coming and Brisbane Catholic Education (BCE) schools are well prepared for the changeover.
Jan 2019 '19
17th

Pilgrims on way to WYD and a date with Pope

BRISBANE Catholic Education (BCE) farewelled a group of excited pilgrims as they began their amazing journey to World Youth Day (WYD) in Panama.
Jan 2019 '19
17th

Relief teacher recognised with inaugural award

2018 ended on a high for St John Fisher College, Bracken Ridge, relief teacher, Amanda Barry, when she picked up the inaugural Queensland Relief Teacher of the Year Award.
Jan 2019 '19
17th

Pilgrims on way to WYD and a date with Pope

BRISBANE Catholic Education (BCE) farewelled a group of excited pilgrims as they began their amazing journey to World Youth Day (WYD) in Panama.
Jan 2019 '19
4th

Successful appeal to help PNG school

A FAMILY holiday to Papua New Guinea was such a wonderful experience for St Joseph's School, Bracken Ridge, student Debbie Sibona, she felt inspired to give something back.
Dec 2018 '18
24th

Choir spreads Christmas cheer

ANGELIC voices brought Christmas cheer and a tear or two to patients' eyes when the choir from Good Shepherd Primary School, Springfield, visited the Mater Private Hospital in Springfield.
Dec 2018 '18
19th

Sharing the Christmas spirit

ST Augustine's School, Currumbin Waters, donated an amazing amount of food items for homeless people in the community in response to a growing need over Christmas.
Dec 2018 '18
14th

Sofia's pitch for pop-up art van

ST John Fisher College, Bracken Ridge, student, Sofia Velkos, had more on her mind than holidays as she prepared for a big pitch for a small van to Brisbane City Lord Mayor Graham Quirk.
Dec 2018 '18
11th

Guardian Angels' celebrates Caltex award winner

MALU Bow loves nothing better than giving back to her community at Guardian Angels' School, Wynnum.
Dec 2018 '18
6th

Seton shares research at inclusive education summit

A DELEGATION from Seton College, Mt Gravatt East, has delivered Action Research findings on inclusive education practices at the college to The Inclusive Education Summit (TIES).
Dec 2018 '18
4th

BCE rewarded for Reservists support

BRISBANE Catholic Education (BCE) has been recognised for its support of Australia's Defence Force Reservists with an Employer Support Award.
Nov 2018 '18
29th

Bethany crowned Young Scientist of the Year

A YEAR 5 student at Our Lady of the Rosary School, Kenmore, has taken out one of the nation's most prestigious awards for young scientists.
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