In Our Schools

Teaching and learning now - CEWA schools delivering education in uncertain times 

Teaching and learning now – CEWA schools delivering education in uncertain times 

April 3, 2020

As news about the spread of COVID-19 developed throughout Term One, CEWA schools and office staff were working to ensure that if and when the time came, teaching and learning…

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Leadership award for Clontarf Community Liaison Officer

Leadership award for Clontarf Community Liaison Officer

April 1, 2020

Jill Hill, a Nyoongar woman who has been working at Clontarf Aboriginal College since 1991, was recently named winner of the Excellence in Indigenous Education & Boarding Leadership award, part…

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Lumen Christi College loan 3D printers for COVID-19 response

Lumen Christi College loan 3D printers for COVID-19 response

April 1, 2020

Like many CEWA schools and colleges, Lumen Christi College provides students with opportunities to learn about 3D printing technology through hands-on experience.  The College was recently approached by a local…

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St Joseph's students take out Great Southern solar challenge

St Joseph’s students take out Great Southern solar challenge

April 1, 2020

A group of students from St Joseph’s College in Albany recently won the Year 8 category of Synergy’s Schools Solar Challenge for the Great Southern region, under unusual conditions for…

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The show goes on for CEWA college productions

The show goes on for CEWA college productions

April 1, 2020

About one year ago, 60 Irene McCormack Catholic College students successfully auditioned for a role in the bright and energetic Broadway Musical, Hairspray.  After months of planning, rehearsals, singing lessons,…

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Students’ Doughnut Day plan raises funds for fire relief

Students’ Doughnut Day plan raises funds for fire relief

March 16, 2020

After seeing news coverage of the devastation the 2019/2020 bushfires caused for communities and wildlife across Australia, two students from Our Lady of Good Counsel School in Karrinyup came up…

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Science trip opens eyes and doors to study

Science trip opens eyes and doors to study

March 6, 2020

Ursula Frayne Catholic College students Tyanna Orlando and Kate Pearson began year 12 with a once in a life-time opportunity to explore the myriad of options in science for study…

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Students from across WA head to second ViSN camp

Students from across WA head to second ViSN camp

March 6, 2020

150 senior secondary students from across WA met up recently at the 2020 ViSN camp, spending valuable time getting to know classmates and teachers who they will only interact with…

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100 Years of Catholic education celebrated in Dardanup

100 Years of Catholic education celebrated in Dardanup

March 6, 2020

At the start of Term One, Our Lady of Lourdes school in Dardanup celebrated 100 years since classes first began 100 years ago.  The centenary celebrations were timed to coincide…

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Pancake Day’s historic beginning and modern charity

Pancake Day’s historic beginning and modern charity

March 6, 2020

Students and staff at many CEWA schools ate pancakes last Tuesday but the meaning behind the annual tasty treat was far from lost.  Profits from the sale of Shrove Tuesday…

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