Posted by Karen Mondo
on 8 October 2020
Hobe Christ the King Primary School is located in a remote part of Simbu Province in the Karamui District where there is no road excess and almost three quarters of the people, mostly children, have never seen a car in their life.
After so many years of hearing negative stories about this place I decided to go there. So I applied and was posted there.
We travel there by plane for thirty five minutes to an airstrip and walk with our cargo for four hours to get to the school. The place an...
Posted by Formation for Mission Team
on 8 October 2020
The people who work in our District institutions schools and educational centres, yourtown, our central office at Bankstown embrace a wide range of personal beliefs.
Some have connections, even regular connections, with a Christian church; many do not. For some, especially in Pakistan, their connection is with another faith tradition. Others may have no religious affiliation at all. While it's probably safe to assume that the background of perhaps most teachers in many of ou...
on 7 October 2020
LET'S BE CONTAGIOUS!
These days, we live in fear of contaminating or being contaminated by a virus. Can we still think contagion in a positive way? What do we have the desire to transmit in our heart as educator? In order for our life to make sense, or at least to be a sign, we must have a clear awareness of what we want to transmit. What do we have to say to those entrusted to us? Do our teachings, our behavior, our presence give them the desire to be good, to be better than the...
Posted by Kerry Martin
on 6 October 2020
During the COVID-19 lockdown, the De La Salle College Malvern's Music Department responded quickly to the challenges of adapting to a remote model of education. Both the junior band program classes and private instrumental lessons were conducted via Microsoft Teams and despite the change in format, students made excellent progress, culminating in some excellent band performances and individual recitals when classes resumed at the end of May.
The Music Coordinator, Mr Luke Serrano said...
Posted by Source: RELAF Newsletter N36
on 5 October 2020
It was 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, when I left the Fratelli Centre in Rmeileh for the Sacred Heart High School in Gemmayze, located less than two kilometres (as the crow flies) from the harbour of Beirut. That day, the accountant of the Fratelli Association and I had a long working session until 12:30 pm. The persistent difficulties linked to the fall of the Lebanese pound (the local currency) against the US dollar, the contribution and involvement of Fratelli with transparency in...
Posted by Oakhill College
on 2 October 2020
Under the guidance of Mrs. Roxanne Leopardi, Youth Ministry Coordinator, Oakhill College students continued their journey into understanding domestic violence and its impact on families.
Students participated in the 'Walk the Talk Program' by looking at their concept of healthy relationships and how they can make a difference in their lives and of those affected by domestic violence.
Students and leaders from Year 10 and year 9 hosted a 'Soft Drink Can Stall' raising mon...
Posted by David Leuthart
on 2 October 2020
The Board of Trustees of Francis Douglas Memorial College announced today that they have appointed current Deputy Principal, Tim Stuck, as their new Principal. He will also serve as CEO for the school's hostel and lead them both from the start of the 2021 school year.
Board Chairperson David Leuthart reports that Mr Stuck is a well-established and much admired entity within the College and his application and interview for the position served to reinforce to the Board that he is a ver...