On Monday 8 August, history was made at Our Lady of the Rosary as the school community united on the one site after 40 years of operating on two separate sites at Collins Street and Saddington Streets, St Marys.
A writing competition run by the School Magazine for primary school students across the state, has resulted in an overwhelming number of winning entries for Our Lady of the Rosary, Kellyville students.
On Wednesday 2 April, all the students of Our Lady of the Rosary Primary, St Marys participated in a history walk as part of their Catholic Schools Week (CSW) celebrations.
On Thursday 26 May, students from Our Lady of the Way Primary, Emu Plains participated in a powerful ‘stand up’ event on National Sorry Day to show solidarity with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
On Tuesday 15 December, the school community of Our Lady of the Way, Emu Plains celebrated a thanksgiving mass and farewell ceremony in the final days before Christmas.
On Friday 1 April, Our Lady of the Way Primary (OLOW), Emu Plains held an opening and blessing ceremony for their new and refurbished learning spaces funded under the Australian Government’s Building the Education (BER) program.
On Thursday 13 August, 104 students from Years 3 – 6 at Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary, Greystanes performed in the Wakakirri National Story Festival.
An opening and blessing ceremony was held on Friday 19 October at Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary, Greystanes to officially open their $3.2 million newly constructed and refurbished classrooms funded by the Government's BER program.
Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary, Greystanes students recently participated in a mini-Olympics to raise funds for the St Vincent de Paul society.
Teachers from Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary (OLQP), Greystanes recently visited a rural school, Mount Evelyn Primary School, in the Yarra Valley Ranges to learn how the school had sought to engage students in their learning.