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Olivia keeps on swimming: questions and activities

05 Mar 2018 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for ‘Olivia keep on swimming’ in the Autumn 2018 edition.


Students engage with sport program for disabled

04 Mar 2018 | Nathan Ahearne

ENGAGE Sports aims to provide disabled students with an enjoyable experience of sport and interaction with Marist College students.


Olivia keeps on swimming

05 Feb 2018 | Emilie Ng

Olivia HargroderYoung Australian of the Year nominee Olivia Hargroder is talented, determined and a fierce advocate for Australians with Down Syndrome. 


Sports and community

09 Aug 2017

In what ways do sports help build community? Steve Boscacci looks at some examples from his favourite sports. 


Reflection questions and activities for ‘What can one person do?’

29 Aug 2016 | Geraldine Martin

Read the article 'What can one person do' and answer the following questions. Then share your answers in pairs, small groups or in a classroom discussion.


What can one person do?

17 Aug 2016 | Chelsea Hard

One person can change the way you see yourself, one action can change the way you see the world.


A letter to a runner

31 May 2016 | Michael McGirr

Dear David Rudisha,

I am writing to wish you well for the Olympic Games coming up shortly in Rio. It hardly seems four years since you blitzed the field to win the 800m men’s final in London, 2012. That event has been hailed as one of the great races of history. Every competitor broke the previous world record.


Gaming the Gospels: The Good Samaritan

31 May 2016 | Staff

This game is based on the Gospel story in Luke 10:25-37, known as the Parable of the Good Samaritan.


Reflection questions and activities for 'Tackling violence against women'

20 Apr 2016 | Geraldine Martin

Reflection questions and activities for 'Tackling violence against women' in the Easter 2016 edition


Tackling violence against women

10 Mar 2016 |  Clare Deignan

Our loved ones should be the people with whom we feel safest, yet for many that is not the case. More than a million women across Australia have experienced some kind of violence from their male partner or ex-partner since the age of 15. Having seen the attitudes that give rise to these statistics, former AFL footballer Luke Ablett is one of many men taking a stand for women. Luke has worked within Australia and internationally to educate communities about women’s rights to safety and equality. Clare Deignan interviewed Luke about his passion for ending violence against women. 


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