08th September 2015
Research from the Foundation for Young Australians has revealed that almost two thirds of Australian students are training for jobs that won't exist or are set to change drastically in the future.
13th August 2015
St Luke's is able to provide consistency to students, both academically and behaviourally, as they transform from children to young men and women, ready to take their place in the world.
10th August 2015
While the vast majority of Australian schools are coeducational, single-sex schooling is a popular choice for many families. We present some of the latest news on gendered schooling in Australia.
16th July 2015
Education is a clear winner in the Queensland Budget 2015-16, with $12.4 billion in funding provided for the vocational sector, schools and the teaching profession.
24th June 2015
The New South Wales 2015-16 Budget has been released, with a heavy focus on new infrastructure and services. Here are some of the highlights for families and students.
10th June 2015
Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne has put forward a proposal to enforce study of a maths or science subject in Year 12. We take a look at what the changes would mean for your child, as well as some of the arguments on both sides.
13th May 2015
The federal government's Budget has been released overnight, delivering largely positive news for school students and families.
06th May 2015
In what Victorian Treasurer Tim Pallas has called a budget for families, some of the most significant investments will go towards schools.