Students enrolled in an industry-focussed vocational program at Loyola Senior High School, Mt Druitt, were formally introduced to key members of the local business community at a breakfast on Friday 8 June.
Holy Family Primary School, Granville East celebrated Harmony Day with lots of colour and excitement on Thursday 21 March.
On 22 February, staff and students at St Mary MacKillop Primary, Penrith South honoured the canonisation of their school patron by officially changing their school name from ‘Mary MacKillop Primary’ to ‘St Mary MacKillop Primary’.
Hundreds students, parents and staff from McCarthy Catholic College, Emu Plains braved the elements on Friday 1 March to be a part of 2UE’s live broadcast from the college.
As part of the school's celebrations of Catholic Schools Week, Year 5 students at St Mary's Primary, Rydalmere built 'Tippy Taps' which are used in Uganda to collect fresh water to wash their hands.
St Michael’s Catholic Primary School launched a values education forum on Friday 28 September. The launch celebrated the school’s learning and teaching program designed and implemented in term three.
Australia is now engaged in a discussion about employment law and industrial relations that is important to each and every one of us, to our families and to the future of our country.
During August, second year teaching undergraduates from the Australian Catholic University (ACU), Strathfield visited Our Lady of Lourdes Primary, Seven Hills to observe learning and teaching in action.
On Tuesday 10 March, Australian author, Simon Higgins visited students at Patrician Brothers' College, Blacktown to share his inspiration for writing.
On Friday 15 March, well-known adventurer, Chris Olsen, visited Trinity Catholic Primary, Kemps Creek to share his experiences about life in Antarctica with Year 5 students.