St Catherine’s in the News

Top Acts to thrill at Recital Centre

Past student, Greta Chen(’16) is set to thrill in her TopActs performance at the Melbourne Recital Centre​ this Friday. During her time at St Catherine’s, Greta captivated and mesmerised her audiences with her brilliance playing the marimba. Being selected to perform at Top Acts is a wonderful achievement for Greta and the School is incredibly proud. Read below as her outstanding achievement is recognised in The Stonnington Leader​.

http://www.stcatherines.net.au/media/top-acts-thrill-recital-centre/

Equipping girls for reality in the 21st Century

In case you missed it, please find linked here an article featured in The Age by Alex Borlenghi, Head of Digital Learning and Practice. The article titled Equipping girls for reality in the 21st Century focuses on how Augmented and Virtual Reality is being adapted in the classroom here at St Catherine’s School.

Only last year, our School’s work in AR and VR was recognised by Educator magazine, with Mr Alex Borlenghi and Mr Adrian Puckering being included on its list of the most influential educators in Australia.

This article further cements our position as a leading School in this area and highlights how we continue to present subjects in new and interesting ways.

http://www.stcatherines.net.au/media/equipping-girls-reality-21st-century/

 

St Catherine’s is crowned Snowsports School of the year

Earlier this month, at the Australian Ski and Snowboard Awards, St Catherine’s was awarded the 2017 School Club of the Year Award. This was an outstanding achievement for St Catherine’s. It recognises the strength of the St Catherine’s School program and the contribution it has made towards the ongoing development of school Snowsports within Australia. This achievement not only highlights the large participation and exceptional performances of our students on the slopes, but also highlights the outstanding support and enthusiasm given by our wider St Catherine’s Snowsports community, including its staff, Auxiliary and parents.

 

To read more about this achievement visit click here.

 

Mrs Katie Adelman, Communications Officer