Scots School students ready to face the world  

On Monday, students throughout Victoria received their ATAR scores. One of these students was Saad Al-Kassab, a Syrian refugee who only started learning English two years ago after his family was resettled in Australia.

Students speak up on justice

Claudia McSwain and Emily Hill “If you had to leave home, for fear of being killed, what would you take with you?” This was the question asked by Mohammed from Lentara Uniting Care when he spoke to 50 school students fro

Crossing the Bridge at Billanook College

Crossing the Bridge at Billanook College Many great works of children’s literature include a threshold moment. There is the wardrobe into Narnia, platform 9 ¾ for Hogwarts and Alice’s rabbit hole to her Wonderland.

Change in the wind in Church/School relationships

Cornish College students A panel of four experts, appointed by the Commission for Mission (CFM), has been exploring governance and operational matters regarding Church/Schools relationships over the past 10 months.