Catholic Education Week: CTK School is a community of faith, hope and love

​​This Catholic Education Week (Sunday, 23 July to Saturday, 29 July), Christ the King School celebrates all that makes its school a community of Faith, Hope and Love.

​Celebrated annually in Week 3 of Term 3, Catholic Education Week is an opportunity for Christ the King School, Graceville to join with more than 300 Catholic schools in Queensland to recognise and promote its distinctive mission and ethos.

​Catholic education strives to make a difference in the lives of those in our schools and the wider community by challenging young people to live out the message of Jesus and to reach their potential as compassionate, contributing, life-giving members of society.​

CTK School Principal, Damien Sullivan, thanked all those involved in our Catholic schools.

"Students, parents, dedicated educators and committed staff; you have been through some testing times over the past few years and I sincerely appreciate each of you for your efforts," Mr Sullivan says.

During Catholic Education Week, CTK School will embrace the 2023 theme 'Communities of Faith, Hope and Love', with a range of activities for students from Prep to Year 6. 


"Students will raise funds and donate goods for the St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal, which was launched at the end of Term 2," Mr Sullivan says.

"Our Catholic Education Week celebrations will conclude with NAIDOC recognition and student activities.

Throughout the year students also take part in other endeavours to that strive to make a difference in the lives of those in the school and the wider community.

"Christ the King School is a community of faith. In recent years, we have banded together to provide support to families in our school and those in the wider community with support and assistance during hard times. This is what makes have a Catholic education a distinct experience," Mr Sulivan says.

​​​This year's celebrations mark 178 years of Catholic in the Archdiocese of Brisbane.