Extra-curricular activity thrives at Cardijn!


The winter sport season has now concluded and I am happy to report that our teams have again achieved success. Last week I watched on proudly as some of our netball teams played off in the finals and I am pleased to report that the girls represented the College brilliantly with their honourable approach to the game and their attitudes.

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Supporting your child through subject selection


Subject selection and deciding on a career pathway when I was in high school was not easy. I don’t remember if I was very clear about what the future may bring.

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Term 2 Academic Award Recipients


The Cardijn Community gathered to acknowledge the commitment and excellence of a number of students within the College. We congratulate all students who received Academic Awards in Term 2

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Welcome to Term 3


Welcome back to an exciting and busy Term 3.

Term 3 is that “light at the end of the tunnel term”. Believe it or not, we are already planning for 2019 and our most senior students, our Year 12s are planning to complete their secondary education.

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Term 2 – That’s a wrap!


Thriving communities are places with enormous energy and passion who make a difference in the lives of people.

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Fr Charles Gauci appointed Bishop of Darwin


We are delighted to share the news that Fr Charles Gauci who served our community for the past 20 years, has been appointed by Pope Francis as the new Bishop of Darwin.

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Annual Cardijn – Tenison Woods Exchange


The annual Cardijn-Tenison Woods Exchange began last Sunday 27 May 2018. This is the 32nd exchange between the two colleges involving students from a Catholic country school and a Catholic city school to compete in sports and debating.

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Cardijn College Parent-Teacher Interviews


Next week we will begin the first of our parent-teacher interviews following the release of reports at the end of term 1. Cardijn College offers families a range of options to be in touch with the progress of their children. 

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Archbishop Faulkner dies aged 91


It is with great sadness that we inform the Cardijn community of the passing of Faulkner house patron, Archbishop Emeritus Leonard Faulkner, aged 91.

We send our thoughts and prayers to his family at this time.

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Welcome back


I am delighted to welcome both the Cardijn and Marcellin students and staff back for term 2. I hope that the next ten weeks provide a wonderful experience for learning and opportunities to engage in the many co-curricular activities offered.

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