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This one’s for the kids who don’t know what they want to be when they grow up...and the grown-ups who still haven’t figured it out. Why do we still ask young people to tell us their career aspirations as a matter of routine? Read more...

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Three students from Kirinari were officially recognised as having graduated into Year 12 and received their special badges to mark the occasion recently. Kirinari is a centre for learning which embraces diversity and offers an inclusive education for students with high support needs. Read more...

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Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta Director, Data Intelligence Raju Varanasi has been recognised as one of Australia’s top technology and digital chiefs in the annual CIO Top 50 List. Raju’s leadership, particularly in the area of data intelligence, is setting the benchmark for digital transformation in the education sector. Read more...

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The Australian Youth Performing Arts Company (AYPAC) has toured 10 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools with an all-singing all-dancing spectacular. Students and teachers were delighted by the show that also featured juggling and acrobatics. Read more...
Our Lady of The Nativity Primary School Lawson has a talented bunch of students when it comes to the creative and performing arts. Read more...

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Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s ICT Trainee, Thomas Wiggins, was recently recognised as the NSW Disability Trainee of the Year. Read more...

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Premier Gladys Berejiklian recently announced that maths will be compulsory for all NSW students. It’s great to see our leaders thinking about the learning that every young person will need in the future. I think we could all learn from new approaches that start with the skill set rather than subject choice. Read more...

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Three leading NSW school organisations have today announced a high-level partnership to improve learning. The Association of Independent Schools NSW (AISNSW), Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) and Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) together represent more than 700 schools. Read more...
Delany College, Granville School Captain, Mary Ghribian represented the Granville and Cumberland Local Government Areas at the NSW Children’s Parliament on October 21. Read more...
St Joseph’s Primary School Kingswood saw the need to improve attendance rates and as a result its tailor-made program has seen an increase in attendance, an improvement in academic results and behaviour. With such great results, the primary school has been recognised with the Ann D Clarke Award. Read more...