Reconciliation Week at the FAME Flexible Learning Centre (Adelaide, SA) The Senior School at FAME decided to fully embrace Reconciliation …
There’s a new student card being issued at Ambrose Treacy College, Brisbane, for Oliver’s seeing eye dog, Sadie.
Five young people from FAME Flexible Learning School (South Australia) recently received the Youth Recognition Award for being valuable members of their local community.
The first section of the St Laurence’s College Wellbeing Project art mosaic was recently placed inside the artwork’s frame.
Ignatius Park College will hold its inaugural White Ribbon Day today teaching 1100 students the importance of ending violence against women and girls.
Noosa Flexible Learning Centre young person, Talisha, has got behind the Edmund Rice Foundation’s campaign to support the education of women and girls from around the world.
When St Joseph’s Yr 12 student, Jolyon Simpon’s parents got COVID-19, this extraordinary young man became both carer and scholar.
We are pleased to announce the following recipients of the Charter Leadership Awards 2021. Congratulations to the awardees and the many people who were nominated.
A message from the EREA Council as we celebrate 14 years since Edmund Rice Education Australia was formed.
EREA Conversations # 2 Jacinta Collins In celebration of 200 Years of Catholic Education in Australia, EREA Executive Director, Dr …
Dr Craig Wattam recently wrote to the Prime Minister to encourage the Australian Government to show support for Afghani refugees and offer educational support.
EREA hosted the 2021 National Safeguarding Conference with almost 130 delegates were in attendance.
Over 80 delegates from across Australia gathered for their annual Deputy Principals’ and Heads of Campus Conference.
Fr Greg Boyle sj, the Founder of Homeboy Industries, the largest gang rehabilitation program in the world joined Dr Craig Wattam in conversation recently.