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Students walk a mile in refugees’ shoes

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

Masterclass for teachers

By Michael EganTo make their lessons engaging for students is a challenge that teachers constantly face. Perhaps the best advice I ever received came...

Ten things girls need to thrive at school

When the results from the NAPLAN 2018 testing session were released we had the first 10-year data set.Once again girls seem to be achieving...

A fond farewell for Dr Dan

Dr Dan White was greeted by a colourful guard of honour filling the entire forecourt of St Mary’s Cathedral as he arrived for his...

Engaging Boys in Learning

Next edition in Connect: Ten things girls need to thrive at school.There has been a great deal of talk and research about engaging boys...

Schools head: Support anti-bullying tomorrow

Catholic Schools NSW chief executive officer Dallas McInerney has discouraged students from attending public protests today and asked them to instead support the National...

Children’s safety at school a priority

Many Catholics are grieving the hurt that clerics and lay people have caused to children and families. Parents should be confident that the safety...

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...

The school where exams are optional

Burwood's Southern Cross Catholic Vocational College is a school with a difference. Exams are optional, hairdressing, childcare, automotive, cooking and beauty are HSC subjects...

Roses bloom for Project Compassion

Year 12 students at Aquinas Catholic College in Menai helped to spread love and good will on Valentine’s Day, selling beautiful red roses in...
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