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Students at Sydney Catholic Schools are creating a movement of compassionate conservation, showing that saving the planet is meaningless unless you also care about the people in it.
St Aidan’s Catholic Primary School Maroubra Principal Leonie Palmer said that her students started the year examining ways to reduce the amount of rubbish being produced at school, before happening upon a more meaningful movement.
Sydney Catholic Schools will roll out a new ‘Kindergarten to Year 12’ language program to ensure that our students are equipped with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the jobs of the future.
A group of Sydney Catholic Schools students have decided that positive projects are the key to combatting climate change.
Upon discovering their local area had no electric vehicle charging stations, the young women from Brigidine College Randwick hit the accelerator to pitch, design and create car charge points for their local community.
It’s not just ‘what you learn’, but ‘how you learn’ that may be the key to developing the critical thinking skills needed for the jobs of the future.
See how Blessed Sacrament Catholic Primary School Clifton Gardens has retooled their Kindergarten based on the early childhood education principles of the ‘Reggio Emilia Approach’.
Sydney Catholic Schools is becoming the first school network in Australia to halve its energy consumption under a new sustainability strategy.
Sydney Catholic Schools Executive Director Tony Farley today announced the major project that will see a 50% reduction in energy consumption across all 152 Sydney Catholic Schools by 2023.
The young women of St Mary’s Catholic Primary School North Sydney are on track to become the tech entrepreneurs of tomorrow, teaming up with businesses to create an incredible range of apps in their classrooms.
An Eastern Suburbs primary school is preparing their youngest students for future academic success by teaching ‘Do,Re,Mi’ alongside their usual A,B,C’s and 1,2,3’s.
Galilee Catholic Primary School Bondi has hired a specialist performing arts teacher to teach students the arts straight from Kindergarten in a bid to increase students’ intelligence, coordination and critical thinking.
A Sydney Catholic Schools’ program has been internationally celebrated as the gold standard for supporting gifted students.
Members from the Newman Selective Gifted Education Program, which is an archdiocese initiative within Diverse Learning, have just returned from the World Council for Gifted & Talented children conference in the United States.
One of Sydney’s leading schools for students with intellectual disabilities is expanding its reach into South West Sydney to support the region’s local families. Eileen O’Connor Catholic College Lewisham (EOCC) will establish a series of network classes across South West Sydney, with the first two opening at Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School Hoxton Park next year.
Families battling cost of living pressures will soon benefit from not-for-profit preschools and long day care centres being introduced across south west Sydney.
Created by Sydney Catholic Early Childhood Services (SCECS) to support the local parishes and communities, the first SCECS site was officially opened today by Catholic Archbishop of Sydney, the Most Rev. Anthony Fisher OP at Sadleir-Miller adjoining St Therese Catholic Primary School.
A pair of Sydney twins, Paul and Frank Barbara are hoping their ‘twin intuition’ will translate to HSC success, pairing up as a unique double feature to dazzle in HSC Dance.
In two weeks, the Patrician Brothers’ College Fairfield students will join others from four Sydney Catholic Schools to sit HSC Dance and Drama practical exams. The pair are a part of ViVA!