Banquet of books

Students from Our Lady Queen Of Peace School, Greystanes, were served up a book tasting experience in which they sampled different genres to create a menu of preferred stories.

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Happy by nature

Studies show that kids who connect regularly with nature are healthier and happier so that's why these students have smiles on their faces. St Canice's and St Monica's are learning about the importance of clean waterways across the breadth of Sydney.

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Emmaus wins ANZAC award

An ANZAC documentary made by Emmaus Catholic College students has won the NSW’s runner-up prize in an Australian Government competition.

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Message of inspiration

How far do you want to go in life? This was the question Australia’s High Commissioner to India, Harinda Sidhu, asked the students at her old school Nagle College.

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University, here we come

Five exceptional Aboriginal Xavier Catholic College students have gained early entry into Western Sydney University through a alternative testing program that does not include the HSC or ATAR scores.

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Santa Sophia Catholic College

Enrolment applications are now being accepted for Year 7 and 8 for 2018.

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Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta provides quality learning and teaching in a faith-centred environment in its 79 schools and four early learning centres in western Sydney. Find a Catholic school.

Catholic schooling is a work of love, for the full human development of students, grounded in the person of Jesus Christ and at the service of society. All staff share in the evangelising mission of the Church as they endeavour to accomplish a synthesis of faith, life and culture in their communities.

Our strategic intent is to provide quality Catholic schooling by strengthening the professional lives of staff, to improve the learning outcomes for each student within a Catholic faith community. 

 
   
  
 
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  • Serving up a book banquet

    19/10/2017
    Students from Our Lady Queen Of Peace School, Greystanes, were served up a book tasting experience in which they were asked to sample a variety of genres and create a menu of preferred stories.
  • Happy journey from the Mountains to the Sea

    18/10/2017
    Primary school students from the mountains to the beaches gathered together for a special project to raise awareness of the importance clean waterways across the breadth of Sydney.
  • Emmaus wins national ANZAC award

    13/10/2017
    An ANZAC documentary made by Emmaus Catholic College students has won the NSW’s runner-up prize in an Australian Government competition.
  • ATAR system is dead

    12/10/2017
    As hundreds of thousands of students across Australia prepare to do Year 12 exams, stress levels across the country are soaring for both students and parents.
  • Top diplomat returns to Nagle

    11/10/2017
    How far do you want to go in life? This was the question Australia’s High Commissioner to India, Harinda Sidhu, asked the students at her old school Nagle College.
  • Welcome back

    9/10/2017
    Term 4 begins this week and we welcome back all our school communities from across the diocese.
  • University, here we come

    27/9/2017
    Five exceptional Aboriginal Xavier Catholic College students have gained early entry into Western Sydney University through a alternative testing program that does not include the HSC or ATAR scores.
  • Happy and safe holidays

    22/9/2017
    Term 3 is over so have a safe, restful and fun school holiday. Check out the fun things to do in western Sydney over the break.
  • Ava's girl power speech wins

    22/9/2017
    Ava Foxe was frustrated because the boys at school would not pass her the soccer ball so channelled her angst into a brilliant speech on gender equality and is now the Voice of Youth 2017 champion.
  • Remembering 'superhero' Julian

    21/9/2017
    St Bernadette’s Primary Lalor Park staged a ‘Be a Superhero for Julian’ day to raise funds for the family of 7 year-old student Julian Cadman who tragically lost his life in the recent attack on Barcelona.
 
   
  
 
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