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Schools can make submissions to the Journey magazine by contacting Journey Submissions


To add an article please email Tim Gilmour

BBI's 14th National eConference, Synodality in Practice: Listening to the Spirit and Leading Change available for purchase on DVD

Order by Monday 3 December for delivery for Christmas​

2019 Premier's Anzac Memorial Scholarship Tour

Schools across NSW are invited to submit an expression of interest to participate in the 2019 Premier’s Anzac Memorial Scholarship.

In 2019 the Scholarship will fund a study tour for 20 students to travel to Germany, France and Belgium during September and October. Students will visit the battlefields where Australians fought to learn about the causes of the First and Second World Wars, and to commemorate their service.

2019 Australia-Asia BRIDGE applications are now open

Applications are now open for the 2019 ASEAN, India and Indonesia BRIDGE School Partnerships Programs. Apply now to be part of one of these generously (full or partly) funded programs and build global competency in your school. 

ACEL COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONALISM - Evidence, Examples and Applications - Presented by Andy Hargreaves

Andy Hargreaves Collaborative Professionalism Workshops originally scheduled for Oct & Nov this year have been moved to March 2019. Due to recent personal injury suffered by Andy Hargreaves inhibiting his travel all current dates have been moved and confirmed for March 2019.

Registrations for this unmissable workshop across Australia & New Zealand are now open.

CatholicCare Courses for Parents & Carers - OASIS - A Creative Arts Therapy Program

Explore your creativity, boost your wellbeing and enjoy time out for self-expression and reflection using the creative arts.  Held during October, November & December 2018

ACEL - RESOURCES IN ACTION - Transform your Ideas into Practice

Since November last year, Resources in Action has offered a wide range of topics within the six themes: Management, Leadership, Technology, Teaching, Wellbeing and Early Childhood. 

Youth Mental Health Firt Aid - Remaining Courses for 2018

​CatholicCa​re are offering Youth Mental Health First Aid courses, providing important and often life-saving information on how to assist adolescents who are experiencing a mental health crisis or developing a mental health problem.

Getting creative with tax and super - Australian kids can get creative and win big with the ATO’s Tax, Super + You Competition

​The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has launched the 2018 Tax, Super +You competition, which aims to encourage high school students to think outside the box and develop creative ideas on how they think tax and/or super contributes to the community. 

There are two categories - Junior Secondary (Years 7-9) and Senior Secondary (Years 10-12) with a total cash prize pool of $6,200 to be won. Students have until 2 November 2018 to enter the competition, with the top 10 finalists to be announced in November 2018.

To help students learn about tax and super, the ATO has also published teaching resources in line with the Australian curriculum, which school teachers can incorporate into their lesson plans. The materials are available for download at

St Vincent de Paul Society NSW will be launching a Vinnies Drought Appeal across the state to assist communities impacted by the devastating effects of the drought

The campaign will be launched this Sunday 5 August via the Vinnies website, social media channels, various media outlets and electronic mail.​

New Curriculum-aligned Teaching Resources - Just in time for Armistice Centenary

​Bringing Australia's Defence History to life with free online teaching​ resources for Prep to Year 12

ACER School Assessment Services Webinar Calendar - Semester 2, 2018

​These webinars are a great way of building staff capacity in utilising PAT effectively.


NESA CEO David de Carvalho joins Professor Pasi Sahlberg from the University of NSW’s Gonski Institute to discuss whether more technology in schools is as good as it's perceived to be.

Through his blog, David aims to challenge assumptions and clichés that are often thrown about in the education environment.


​Pope Francis has approved the Australian Bishops’ decision to hold a Plenary Council in Australia in 2020 and 2021. It is a significant moment for the Church in Australia to make decisions about the future. To prepare the agenda for the Plenary Council, all of God’s people are invited to reflect on the question: “What do you think God is asking of us in Australia at this time?”


​Following Francis Sullivan's address in relation to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (the Royal Commission) at the Diocesan Assembly at Fairy Meadow in June 2017, participants were invited to ask questions. The Professional Standards and Child Protection Team have spent careful and considered time responding to the questions. Some of the questions were very similar and accordingly have been merged to avoid unnecessary repetition.


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