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Year 9 students from Catholic secondary schools across Western Sydney have met virtually to discuss what more they can do individually, and in their school communities, families and friendship groups to take action for environmental sustainability and care for the disadvantaged in Australia. Read more...
HSC students will be given more time to work on their major projects and to prepare for exams to reduce the impact of the current COVID-19 lockdown. Read more...
Trial exams written by the CSSA - once known as the Catholic Secondary Schools Association - which are purchased and run by more than 500 Catholic, independent and public schools were due to begin on July 26 but have been delayed until August 9, system leaders were told late on Thursday. Read more...
Coming to the end of their schooling journey, Year 12 student leaders have been given the opportunity to reflect on their years of Catholic education. Read more...
A record number of Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students received scholarships to attend Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) workshops across Sydney during the January school holidays. The students are active in CAPTIVATE, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s creative and performing arts program. Read more...
This year, St Pauls Catholic College Greystanes welcomes a new face to lead the school. Paul Finneran has officially commenced in his role of Principal having recently moved back to Sydney from Victoria where he served as Deputy Principal of Academy of Mary Immaculate College, a Year 7 to 12 College for girls in Fitzroy Melbourne since 2017. Read more...
Virtual cheers and wishes flowed on Sunday night as Bishop Vincent Long, IFM Conv, Bishop of Parramatta provided a special online blessing for Year 12 students across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains ahead of their HSC exams. Read more...
One hundred and thirty Year 9 students from 20 Catholic secondary schools across western Sydney have met virtually to reflect on mental health at a special Social Justice Day. Read more...
Students from 15 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta high schools gathered at the fourth annual Social Justice Day to discuss genuine human encounters in our digital world. This annual day is aimed at launching the yearly Australian Catholic Social Justice statement, which this year is focused on addressing how the internet has changed the way we communicate, work, learn, and do business - and how we can contribute towards a more just and loving digital world. Read more...
Last year the Parramatta Diocese, inspired by Bishop Vincent, began a journey to rewrite the Religious Education curriculum from a Jesus Kingdom perspective, from the bottom up. Taking the 3000 responses from students, the team used student survey responses to create learning cycles that answered students’ wonderings. St Pauls College Greystanes students were challenged by new learning cycle ‘Let It Reign’ to think differently about the Reign of God. Read more...