St Oliver’s Catholic Primary, Harris Park celebrated St Oliver’s Day on 2 November with a public celebration of the school’s values and their community’s multiculturalism.
St Oliver’s Catholic Primary Harris Park multicultural community values open classrooms parents traditional cultural Arabic dancing sushi making Tongan songs storytelling belly dancing Lebanese drumming Catholic Education Office
A school in the remote mountain village of Turescai, East Timor, will employ two teachers this year thanks to donations from two Catholic schools in the Parrramatta Diocese
The High Court of Australia, by a majority of 5 to 2, today dismissed challenges to the validity of the Work Choices legislation.
St Madeleine’s Primary, Kenshurst dads donned pink aprons to serve high tea for mums and students on Mother’s day, as part of its celebrations of Catholic Schools Week (CSW).
On Friday 20 June, St Mark's Catholic College, Stanhope Gardens, became a medieval battlefield for the day.
Catholic schools in the Parramatta Diocese have seen some outstanding results in this year’s Higher School Certificate (HSC) including a history making performance by one Year 12 student.
Ellicia Davis of Holy Cross Glenwood has been selected for NSW PSSA Netball team 2009.
On Tuesday 15 September, the school community of Holy Cross Primary, Glenwood celebrated its 10th anniversary with a special liturgy to mark the occasion and celebrate the Feast Day of the Triumph of the Cross.
Over the course of Catholic Schools Week (10-16 March) students at Holy Cross Primary, Glenwood participated in a number of events and themed learning activities focused around exploring the many facets of their learning.