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Teachers recognised in Guild Awards

Last Friday 30 October was World Teacher’s Day, the perfect day to recognise seven of Sydney Catholic Schools’ (SCS) teachers, who have been named...

5 Simple Strategies for Raising Responsible Kids

My 13 year-old had developed an ‘attitude’ that was driving our family crazy. After countless requests that she ‘play nice’ that were met with...

First in the world: Our language student star

A Sydney Catholic Schools student has eclipsed 181,000 students to take out the Arabic crown in the Education Perfect World Languages Championships. “I have participated...

Principal reflects on the ‘Holes in a Blazer’ cases

It is commonplace for schools and teachers to be the subject of conversation in the media about a range of contemporary educational matters. Disappointingly,...

Be the ‘I’ in Kind

Be the ‘I’ in kind is the message students at McAuley Catholic Primary School hope to share with the world through the latest edition...

The Healthy Social Network

It’s the “healthiest social network for kids” and taking the world by storm. Elanation, a children’s app that seeks to create a global nation...

Simcha Fisher: It’s easier to recover from being spoiled than from...

Many parenting 'discipline' strategies are in fact abuse One of the toughest, potentially most painful, potentially most rewarding parts of being a parent is sorting...

Anxiety Overload

Eli is eight years old. He has been diagnosed with depression. And, like it is for anyone with this diagnosis, depression is a daily...

It’s in the bag

Who hasn’t seen a kindergartener with a backpack so big it’s almost dragging on the ground. Four kindies at Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Primary...

Shining Star

Strength, resilience, compassion and incredible talent are just a few of the ways Freeman Catholic College School Captain TJ Pham has been described. The 18-year-old...
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