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  • St John Paul II Social Justice Committee leading the way!

    23/1/2019
    St John Paul II Catholic College Year 7 Social Justice Committee members are doing their bit to overcoming inequity by creating literacy packs for students in Catholic schools in the NSW outback town of Wilcannia. Read more...
  • St Canice’s Sisters in Stone!

    21/1/2019
    St Canice’s Primary, Katoomba has adopted a school totem inspired by Blue Mountains landmark, the Three Sisters. The totem is part of a project aimed at helping the local community better understand its Aboriginal culture and heritage. Read more...
  • OLA brings a little more dignity into the art of giving!

    20/12/2018
    Students and staff at Our Lady of the Angels have chosen to try and epitomise the word ‘Dignity’ in their mission to reach out to others in need this festive season. Read more...
  • Artistic Dreams Become a Reality

    20/12/2018
    For a group of Photographic Design & Media and Visual Arts students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park, the opportunity to exhibit their work in a professional gallery became a reality in Term 4.
  • Fiesta Friday Fun Day

    20/12/2018
    Holy Spirit Primary, St Clair feasted on fun, food, friendship and learning at a Fiesta Fundraiser day held recently. The students engaged in many activities, learnt new skills and helped raise money to purchase new technology.
  • St Mark's maths whiz ties for award for excellence

    19/12/2018
    Maths whiz, Alan Gariban, is split between studying pharmacy or psychology next year but he’ll no doubt take plenty of confidence into whatever he chooses after starring in the HSC. Alan, tied with nine others students for first in mathematics general 2.
  • Our Lady of the Way’s new building is a blessing

    18/12/2018
    Our Lady of the Way, Primary Emu Plains can welcome visitors to their school community with pride, now their new administration building has been blessed and officially opened by Bishop of Parramatta, Bishop Vincent Long Van Nguyen and Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta Executive Director Greg Whitby. Read more...
  • Greystanes students score goals!

    18/12/2018
    We have basketball, handball, volleyball, football and netball, but have you ever heard of goalball? Two squads from Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary recently competed against schools from across NSW, proving themselves opponents to be reckoned with. Read more...
  • Back to school for JPII teachers

    18/12/2018
    It was back to school recently for St John Paul II Catholic College, Schofields and Nirimba teachers who enrolled in the STEM (Science, Technology, Mathematics and Technology) Academy at the University of Sydney. The intensive three-day session was an opportunity to build skills and network with industry experts. Read more...
  • Western Sydney Catholic school students number one in HSC

    14/12/2018
    Three Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) students have achieved ‘First in Course’ recognition in the 2018 HSC. CEDP Director Greg Whitby is very proud of the ‘Class of 2018’, with strong results in the ‘All Rounders’ and ‘Distinguished Achievers’ lists and Parramatta Marist High the top Catholic system school in NSW.
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2018-08-22 Showcase Day 2
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6/10/2018
2018-08-21 Showcase Day 1
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6/10/2018
2018-08-20 Showcase Dress Rehearsal
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6/10/2018
2018 Dance for Drought
More than 800 people attended Chisholm Catholic Primary School’s “Dance for Drought” on Thursday night, raising around $4000 for farming families doing it tough in Western NSW.
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3/10/2018
Annual CCD Mass 2018
It was a great celebration of this ministry when over 400 SREs from across the Diocese joined the 300 student SREs from Catholic schools for the Annual Diocesan Confraternity of Christian Doctrine (CCD) Mass and Awards Ceremony.
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28/09/2018
An Education Hub
With a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), the school will be an educational hub for the Science Park and integrate seamlessly with the life and work of the community. Through the use of shared facilities, business-educational partnerships and collaboration on real-world problems, this ‘thinking’ school will prepare students for the STEM-focused knowledge jobs of the future. Mentoring and internships will allow students to apply their learning to real life situations and pursue tertiary and post school opportunities within and beyond the Science Park.
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24/11/2017
2016 Teacher Awards
On Thursday 27 October, 66 leaders and staff from Catholic schools and the education office were recognised for a collective 2570 years of service and 50 years of leadership at a special ceremony at St Patrick’s Cathedral. The Staff Recognition Awards were presented by Episcopal Vicar for Education and Formation, Rev Christopher de Souza EV and Executive Director Greg Whitby at St Patrick’s Cathedral in Parramatta.
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2/11/2016
2016 Principals Masterclass
The annual Principals Masterclass, which is the key professional learning experience for principals and senior leaders from the education office, was held on 20 and 21 October at Rooty Hill RSL.
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24/10/2016
2016 Bishop of Parramatta Award for Student Excellence
The annual Bishop of Parramatta Awards for Student Excellence which recognises the religious and academic achievement of Year 12 students across the Diocese of Parramatta, were presented at St Patrick’s Cathedral on 8 September 2016.
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4/10/2016
2016 Ready, Set…. Read! St Agnes’ Reading Relay
On Thursday 1 September 2016, Year 7 students from St Agnes Catholic High School Rooty Hill participated in the school’s annual Reading Relay.
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4/10/2016
2016 Way of Mercy Cross and Relics
On Monday 8 August 2016, hundreds of students, parish members and Catholic Education staff from around the diocese gathered in St Patrick’s Cathedral, North Parramatta for the official Way of Mercy launch.
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16/09/2016
2016 Called to lead the Way of Mercy
On Monday 8 August 2016, hundreds of students, parish members and Catholic Education staff from around the diocese gathered in St Patrick’s Cathedral, North Parramatta for the official Way of Mercy launch.
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11/08/2016
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Media enquiries can be emailed to mrix@parra.catholic.edu.au. Please include your contact details, including your phone number and the deadline for your story. Alternatively call Mark Rix on 0417 442 018.

 
   
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