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Welcome to Edmund Rice Education Australia
Since 1872, Catholic Schools in the Edmund Rice Tradition have been educating young Australians in every state and territory. Edmund Rice Education Australia (EREA) aims to offer a Liberating Education, based on a Gospel Spirituality, within an Inclusive Community committed to Justice and Solidarity. We acknowledge and respect the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples of Australia as the Traditional Owners of the Country/ies of our schools and are inspired and nurtured by their wisdom and spirituality.
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A YEAR LIKE NO OTHER – THE RICEAN – DECEMBER 2020

Reflecting on some of the stories from what has been an extraordinary year. 

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Latest Message from Pope Francis
Let us all pray together for the sick, for the people who are suffering. I thank all Christians, all the men and women of good will who pray at this moment, in unison, whichever religious tradition they belong to.
Pope Francis (2020)
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Student Leaders’ Conference (Day 2) July 26, 2021
A Vision for Liberation (Mulgoa) August 3, 2021

A Vision for Liberation (AVFL) serves leaders within the school who contribute significantly to strategic and/or management decision making within …

A Call to Mission (Southern Region) August 10, 2021

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A Call to Mission (Southern Region) August 11, 2021

Treacy Centre, Parkville

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In exciting news, Information Communication Technology (ICT) students Maxwell Woods, Austin Salter and Jacob Field, have been selected to implement their innovative idea at our very own Yeppoon Lagoon!

After working closely with Livingstone Shire Council (LSC) for the past 10 weeks, the Year 9 and 10 Digital Technology students presented their creative ideas to use electronic sensors in public spaces. Head of ICT, Miss Sheridan Blackford, in partnership with ICT Gateway to Industry School’s Program, organised the IOT based experience to further develop industry links between the college and LSC. The boys worked hard under the guidance and support of their teacher Mr Michael Jensen to create business plans that were presented in “elevator” style speeches to a panel of judges. Collectively Max, Austin and Jacob conceived the idea to track visitor numbers at the Lagoon and have this data available to the public. The idea being the data could be used by visitors to get an indication of facility availability and how many people they could be potentially sharing the space with. The ‘winning’ idea, judged by LSC representatives and Arthur Hunt (LSC citizen of the year 2015), means these students will now be afforded the opportunity to work alongside Livingstone Shire Council to make their idea a reality.
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Today marks the anniversary of the Luna Park fire which tragically claimed seven lives, including four Year 8 Waverley students; Jonathan Billings, Seamus Rahilly, Richard Carroll and Michael Johnson. Our thoughts are with their families and with College Old Boy Jason Holman, who has bravely lived with harrowing memories of that night for 42 years. You are all in our hearts forever. There has, as a result of the three-part documentary series Exposed: The Ghost Train Fire (ABC), been a renewed push to reopen the case, long suspected as being a deliberate act of arson shrouded in corruption. Read more here

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This was horrific those poor boys those poor families God bless them all. Hope the people responsible who apparently deliberately did this rot In hell for what they have done

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Always an amazing celebration, that is made even more so by the talented Ms Rollins and the Cantores.

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Did you know that every Wednesday morning a group of our boys help run the Good Start Breakfast programme at East Hamilton Hill Primary School?

The gentlemen give up their mornings to prepare breakfast for students of the school as part of CBC's Service Learning programme, learning plenty about the joy of a life lived in service in the process.

Any students interested in joining the Good Start Breakfast team can email Mr Stockton to be placed on the roster.
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