On Thursday 9 May, six international educators visited Loyola Senior High School, Mount Druitt as part of the Global Education Leaders Program (GELP) conference that was held in Sydney.
Seven Year 10 students from St Mark’s Catholic College, Stanhope Gardens were given a taste of the sign and graphic industry, attending a three-day ‘Work Inspiration’ program from 7-9 May.
On Monday 6 May, St Finbar’s Primary, Glenbrook held a yellow fun day to coincide with the 2013 Yellow Ribbon Road Safety campaign ‘Drive So Others Survive!’, a registered event of the United Nationals Global Road Safety Week.
Today, more than a million students across Australia in years 3, 5, 7 and 9 will be assessed on their literacy and numeracy skills as part of the annual National Assessment Program – Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) testing in schools.
The ampitheatre at Marian Catholic College, Kenthurst was transformed into a magical woodland on Saturday 4 May and Sunday 5 May, as the Year 12 VET students showcased their production of 'A Midsummer Night’s Dream'.
On Monday 6 May, Holy Family Primary, Emerton premiered the film ‘Can you hear me? Otitis Media in the classroom’ as part of the National Indigenous Ear Health Campaign filmed on location at the school and featuring Year 1 students.
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