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CSA News

  • 02 June 2016

    A New Season

    Recently the Chairman informed members that our CEO will be stepping down at the end of his current term. In this article Stephen talks about his decision, reflects on 15 years with CSA and  talks about his new challenge. 

  • 18 May 2016

    A letter to members from the CSA Chairman

    The CEO , Stephen O'Doherty, has informed National Council of his intention to step down at the end of his current term. A letter from the National Council Chairman. 

  • 09 December 2015

    End of Year CEO Report 2015

    It has been an amazing year for CSA. This newsletter explains why I see 2015 as the year we made substantial gains towards greater unity within our movement and the reasons for my optimism about what we can achieve together in 2016. 


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  • 12 April 2016

    Jano's a real star

    IN ONE week young Jano Kirchner showed how just talented he is on a sporting field. Over four days the 11-year-old Bundaberg Christian College student achieved feats in four different sports.

  • 21 March 2016

    Tiaro girl awarded a $12K scholarship to study food

    A KEEN interest for science and a strong passion for food, nurtured while growing up on the family farm, have inspired Tiaro's Josie Jamieson-Bews to study the science behind food at the University of the Sunshine Coast.

  • 02 February 2016

    Wollongong sisters welcome International students

    Wollongong sisters Yeo Jin and Ji Won Bang are helping welcome international students arriving in Australia to undertake tertiary study. WARM WELCOME: Sisters Ji Won and Yeo Jin Bang volunteering at the International Student Airport Welcome Desk at Sydney Airport.

  • 02 February 2016

    New primary school opens in Harrisdale

    Page Content $15.2 million new primary school in growing southern suburb School for kindergarten to Year 6 students The first 500 students walked through the doors of Harrisdale Primary School this week - one of the newest public schools in Perth's southern suburbs.

  • 02 February 2016

    Classes start for 123 preps

    THERE were tissues and tears and also smiles and a sense of anticipation last week when the district's prep. grade students began their primary school education.

  • 01 February 2016

    New principal wants to make a good school ‘even better’

    IT’S a year of change for Summerland Christian College with a new prinicpal, new learning spaces and a refurbishment of classrooms. The principal, David Roach, recently moved to the Northern Rivers for the job.

  • 01 February 2016

    Students favour online technology in 'flipped' classroom models

    As school kicks off for another year, an increasing number of teachers are ditching traditional teaching models for "flipped" classroom programs, which rely on engagement with online learning content at home. In a "flipped"

  • 29 January 2016

    Secondary link complete

    HISTORY was made at Kerang Christian College on Thursday when the first ever Year 12 cohort commenced study. The college has added one new year level annually since 2011, after operating as a primary school from 1983 to 2010.

  • 27 January 2016

    Dunsborough Cornerstone Christian College open day

    Cornerstone Christian College will open the doors to its new Dunsborough campus on Friday. CORNERSTONE Christian College will open the doors to its brand new Dunsborough campus on Friday January 29.

  • 19 January 2016

    College WACE success

    Thornlie Christian College principal Bill Innes said he was “really excited” when he saw the results. He credited the way the school built relationships betweens students and teachers as the reason why the school did so well.