Catholic schools and colleges play an important part in the life of the Church and society in Tasmania. They were established because parents wished their children to receive an education inspired by the Catholic faith. Today our schools are important means by which students are formed in Christian character and prepared to make worthwhile contributions to both the society and the Church...
Catholic schools reflect and celebrate the diversity of contemporary Tasmania and Australia. Our schools and colleges make a substantial contribution to society and to the Catholic Church in Australia and particularly in Tasmania. Our mission is to be more than providers of high-quality education that advances the common good of society. We have a fundamental belief in the intrinsic value of each student based on a distinctive educational vision inspired by the example and message of Jesus Christ.
Catholic Education Week is an opportunity to recognise the contribution many different people make to Catholic Education in Tasmania. It is a time for students, teachers, support staff, volunteers, parents and parishes to acknowledge the efforts of so many who enrich Catholic Education in Tasmania.
Thirteen year-old Thomas Readman from St Peter’s Church in New Norfolk has made his acting debut in this year’s most anticipated mini-series The Kettering Incident. Filmed entirely in Tasmania, the eight part series began airing on Foxtel Showcase in July. Thomas is included in six of the eight episodes, with a speaking role. “They needed […]
Catholic Education in Tasmania was well represented at the Australian Council for Educational Leaders (ACEL) Tasmania Branch annual Awards Ceremony held earlier this year. Director of Teaching and Learning K-10 at Dominic College Selina Kinne; Head of Guzman House at Guilford Young College Marco Guerzoni, and Education Officer: Special Learning Needs at the Tasmanian Catholic […]
Guilford Young College (GYC) welcomed year 10 students, teachers and parents from all education sectors to its annual Pathways Expo. More than 100 senior secondary courses were showcased at the Expo, which offered visitors the opportunity to speak with GYC teachers and career advisors. The Pathways Expo is one of several initiatives by GYC to […]
Hospitality students from St Patrick’s College in Launceston have been praised for their professionalism following two days of work experience at the rural extravaganza, Agfest, in May. Some 49 hospitality vocational education students from Years 10 to 12 took part in what has become an annual program for the college. St Patrick’s acting principal, Dr […]
Daniel Groom from Guilford Young College, is Australia’s newest under eighteen schoolboy tennis champion, after winning the prestigious Pizzey Cup tournament in New South Wales on May 8. But the eighteen year old said he didn’t expect to win, after a heel injury kept him off the courts two weeks prior to the championship event. […]
Assistant principal, Samuel Morey, from St Paul’s Catholic school in Bridgewater, has won the prestigious University of Tasmania’s Teaching Excellence Award at the 2016 Tasmanian Young Achiever Awards on 8 April. Mr Morey won the award from a strong list of nominees, including two other teachers from the Catholic education sector. The twenty-eight year old […]
A student from Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School in Launceston has drawn wide-spread praise for his painting of the nearby Church of the Apostles. Grade 6 pupil Liam, 12, painted ‘The Church’ using acrylic paint on canvas in his weekly school art lessons. He worked on the painting over eight 40-minute lessons, under the guidance […]