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Lessons for the future

This is the first edition of Connect since I commenced in the role of Executive Director of Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) last month. I...

Students walk a mile in refugees’ shoes

By Catherine Sheehan and Debbie Cramsie In an area of Sydney where refugees are few and far between, students at one Catholic school recently had...

Inside the mind of a school bully

A former victim of bullying, the then-teenager developed a habit which led him down a "dark path".

Faith, Francis and a first for Archdiocese

A program piloted in a handful of schools just two years ago encouraging students to give back to their community and put their faith...

The new principal who is puzzling parents

The new Principal at Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary School in Fairfield has already “puzzled” many parents in the school community with...

Eileen O’Connor Catholic College – the godsent school for special students

Sophie Kerwick has found her place in the world. The 16-year-old is a typical teenager, she likes to spend time on her own in her...

Principal ‘one of the lucky ones’

By Amanda Westgate The recent release of the Australian Catholic University Survey of Australian Principals that discusses the issues of physical abuse, offensive behaviour and...

Premier announces historic funding boost for non-government schools

  Students at Our Lady of the Assumption Primary in North Strathfield work in the classroom. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian's announcement would see the state's...

Sydney’s best and brightest honoured

Lauren Agostini loves kids and can’t wait to work as a paediatrician once she completes tertiary studies in the field. The Year 12 student from...
Dr Christine Grima-Farrell

Fellowship winner’s passion is learning for all

Helping children like six-year-old Thomas Causley reach their full learning potential is a passion for Dr Christine Grima-Farrell.
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Catholic healthcare: there for everyone who’s sick

On 11 February the Church observed the 28th World Day of the Sick, an occasion to be in prayerful solidarity with those suffering ill...

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