Latest News

RSS
Top trends of the ‘20s will soon be frontpage news as we prepare for the new year, and a new decade. So what will the ‘20’s bring in teaching and learning? I’m no futurist, but we should all be hoping it’s not more of the same! Read more...

Category:

St Mary’s Primary Rydalmere capped off a great year of learning with the news they are officially the World Record holders of the largest human image of a pencil! Read more...

Categories:

So, how did you go in the HSC? This barbeque stopper just won’t go away: just ask anyone who graduated in 2019 (or ever). This one’s for the nosy neighbours and competitive relatives who just can’t help asking! Read more...

Category:

After almost four decades of teaching, St Canice’s Primary School principal has wrapped up a successful career. Read more...

Category:

Christmas at Our Lady of the Angels Primary Kellyville has always been a special event, however, the school community took it to a new level this year. Read more...

Categories:

Emmaus Catholic College student Samantha Moodley continued the region’s success by finishing first in the state in community and family studies, while fellow student Emily Cheng topped the state in Korean Continuers. Read more...

Categories:

St Patrick’s Marist College Dundas student Brendan Mitchell has topped the state in the HSC in maths. He is one of just 126 students in NSW to receive a First in Course award this year. Read more...

Categories:

Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students have topped the state in five HSC subjects. Recent graduates celebrated strong results across the board at local Catholic schools across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Read more...

Categories:

Meet Belinda Heagney and Rebecca Smith, two Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta teachers who have taken up the challenge of leaving behind their suburban lives to teach in a remote community. Read more...
While most students across New South Wales anxiously await the release of their ATAR, several students from Emmaus Catholic College in Kemps Creek are already registering for their first semester of tertiary education. Read more...