Students of Delany College, Granville, celebrated St Patrick's Day by participating in a walkathon to raise money for air conditioning their learning spaces.
Eight students from St Columba’s High, Springwood have been awarded prizes in the 26th Australia-Japan Relations Essay Contest.
Over 120 beginning teachers and 42 leaders new to their schools were commissioned into their roles of service in the Parramatta Diocese at the annual Education Mass and Commissioning Ceremony on Wednesday 11 March.
Last Wednesday, more than 80 parents spent the evening at St Mark's Catholic College, learning about their online learning platform, CENET.
Finn O’Connor, a Year 3 students from Christ the King Primary, North Rocks, now holds the record for the 8 year old boys freestyle event for the MacKillop Zone, with an amazing time of 36.20 seconds.
On Monday 9 March, Robyn Parker MLC, the Shadow Parliamentary Secretary for Education visited St Monica’s Primary, North Parramatta for a tour of the school and an overview of the current refurbishment project.
The successful schools of Round One (Phase Two) of the ‘Trade Training Centres in Schools’ program have been annouced, with McCarthy Catholic College, Emu Plains among the schools granted funding.
Catholic schools in the Diocese of Parramatta are busily preparing building and maintenance submissions in response to the Australian Government’s $42 billion economic stimulus package.
Schools around Australia were involved in the national Schools Clean Up campaign on Friday 27 February, including St Agnes Catholic High, Rooty Hill and St Andrew's Primary, Marayong.
On Friday 27 February, Fr Tom Roach SJ, the Secretary of Education for the Society of Jesus, visited Loyola Senior High, Mt Druitt to speak with staff and students as part of a tour of Jesuit schools in Australia.