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Research Trip takes in St Philip’s (Newcastle) and the CSA National Policy Forum in Canberra

A group of ten staffers travelled to St Philip’s Christian College (SPCC) in Newcastle to visit the SPCC system of schools before journeying south to Canberra for the Christian Schools Australia (CSA) National Policy Forum and Symposium. The SPCC visit allowed the representatives to reconnect with SPCC Chief Executive Officer, Mr Graeme Irwin. […]

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2024 Annual General Meeting (AGM) celebrates God’s provision in our schools

Organisational maturity and a celebration of God’s work in our schools were the themes that were presented at the Annual General Meeting for Swan Christian Education Association () on Thursday 23 May 2024 at Swan Christian College. This year, all current Board Members remained, with Board Chair Mr Craig Clark giving a devotion on ‘real

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Looking back on the 2023 school year and the most-read articles from News this year…

The graph above shows the News readership each fortnight this year. Here are the ten most-read stories of 2023… 10. BCS opens its doors for Day 1 on its new campus! After decades of searching and praying, Beechboro Christian School (BCS) has a permanent home. Principal Mr Michael Bolan was all smiles on Day

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Looking back on the 2022 school year and the most-read articles from News this year…

The graph above shows the News readership each fortnight this year. Some stories are popular across all of our staff, some stories don’t attract quite the same amount of attention.  Here are the ten most-read stories of 2022… 10. Grand Final Rivals In Schools This story pitted two of the most ardent footy

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Day 1, 1982

Forty years ago, the first school opened in West Midland with 55 students. The uniforms were homemade, the demountable buildings were discarded from the local hospital and most importantly – there was no air-conditioning! Recently, a reunion was held for the very first families who had set up this school during 1981 and

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