FREE ONLINE WORKSHOP: ENGAGING PROFESSIONALLY WITH LASALLIAN COLLEAGUES

Posted on 22 October 2020
FREE ONLINE WORKSHOP: ENGAGING PROFESSIONALLY WITH LASALLIAN COLLEAGUES
Lasallian Mission Services will offer a free one-hour online workshop on 11 November (4.00-5.00 pm AEST) with the theme, Engaging Professionally with Lasallian Colleagues. Aim: To explore and act on the benefits for students, clients and educators of a Lasallian Professional Learning Community, both in the workplace and throughout the District and beyond. The workshop, Engaging Professionally with Lasallian Colleagues, will be open to all Lasallia...
 

The Young Lasallians Team Continues to pass on the flame

Posted by Br Gary Wison on 22 October 2020
The Young Lasallians Team Continues to pass on the flame
Cathy Freeman did it in 2000, at the Olympics, making it our Olympics celebrating Aussie identity. How to do that as Church, as young people today? The Young Lasallians pursues it with gusto, through connecting, inspiring and commitment in the network of 25+ Lasallian schools. In 2014 there were nine Youth Ministers in Lasallian schools; now the team is 28. With COVID-19, innovation is demanded, and the Team hosted an online reunion of Youth Ministers in September 2020. Eighty previous mi...
 

Association in the ANZPPNG District

Posted by Amanda Proulx on 20 October 2020
Association in the ANZPPNG District
The experience of Association in the District of Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, and Papua New Guinea (ANZPPNG) is unique and reflects the diverse realities of our District. From secondary schools in Australia and New Zealand, scattered across rural and urban settings and staffed almost entirely by Lasallian partners for many years; to remarkably remote primary schools and urban teachers colleges and high schools in Papua New Guinea; to the daily witness of peaceful community at schools f...
 

BECOMING "BROTHER" - HOW TO INNOVATE!

Posted by Br Gary Wison on 19 October 2020
BECOMING "BROTHER" - HOW TO INNOVATE!
Face-to-face or virtual? In this year of COVID, the ANZPPNG "Novices" (learning to be De La Salle Brothers), are dealing with it well. Adan and Nabeel, the Pakistani young men taking up their spiritual year of "Novitiate", can' t travel to the Philippines where the De La Salle Region has its community study centre, so they are living at Gujranwala in the Brothers' community, outside of Lahore, Pakistan. Joining Brothers Amir, Naqash, Christie and Peter who se...
 

Announcement: Principal of St Johns College, Dubbo 2021

Posted by Christina Trimble on 16 October 2020
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Mrs Nicole Morton as the Principal of St Johns College, Dubbo commencing January, 2021. Nicole is the Assistant Principal at Xavier High School, Albury (2015-current) and is currently acting in the role of Professional Learning Leader for Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga. Nicole's previous leadership positions include at Hennessy Catholic College, Young where she held the position of Director of Mission (2014-15), Director of Gro...
 

Global Compact on Education

Posted by Brother Nestor Anaya on 16 October 2020
Dear Directors and Mission Secretaries. Lasallian friends. Greetings from Rome. I hope you are well. As you know, Pope Francis has invited all sectors of society to collaborate in the renewal of the educational pact. This Pact wishes to promote a "culture of encounter" that will develop more just, peaceful, supportive and sustainable societies. The event will be broadcast on October 15 at 2:30 pm (GMT+2), open to all and transmitted live on Vatican Media's Youtube chan...
 
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