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Eat, pray, play these winter school holidays

Four days out in Sydney packed with fun and faith Parents, don’t just survive but thrive these winter school holidays with our four ideas for...

20 ideas to entice kids outdoors these winter school holidays

The kids will jump out of bed and off the screens once they get wind of these ideas in and around Sydney these school...

Are perfect childhoods doing more harm than good?

So, your child comes home from school, upset that they didn’t get on the team. Or missed out on a principals’ award. Or didn’t...

5 tips for knowing when to approach your school

My two children have left school now, but I will never forget the intense feelings it brought up in me when they came home...

Crisis in teen sport

One in every two Australian girls are quitting sport by the age of 15 and the statistics aren’t much better when it comes to...

Vatican academy urges vaccinations

Catholics can vaccinate children in "clear conscience" that doing so is not cooperating in abortion.

Copy these 9 things your child does, and you’ll be happier

How many times have we looked at children and admired their simplicity and capacity for joy? How often have we discovered that taking things...

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...

Bullying: How to spot the signs & what you need to...

Article courtesty of raisingchildren.net.au This Friday is the National Day of Action Against Bullying and Violence. Bullying can be frightening, and physically and emotionally damaging...

The Lego Movie 2 Review: Plastic? Sure, but shallow they ain’t

By Joseph McAleer Everything is (still) awesome in The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (Warner Bros.), a spirited and amusing sequel to 2014’s The Lego...
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