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Teachers Trepidation

Students aren't the only ones with first-day jitters. One teacher shares her worries. Lunchbox done, schoolbag packed and clothes laid out, Natalie Burland was ready...

Counting the Costs

How to stop the back-to-school bills from sending you broke! It's a horrible reality. So soon after the Christmas knock to the bank account, the...

Double trouble as twins start kindy

Though most of us had to start kindergarten on our own, four sets of twins at St. Patrick's Mortlake were lucky enough to spend...

Hitting the books

Tips on getting your child on track after the long summer break. One of the most important tasks for teachers after the summer break is...

Relics do the Rounds

The Little Flower brings huge joy to Archdiocesan schools. “There are four Saints in Australia at the moment and to have three of them in...

Delectable delights

Easy lunchbox treats to brighten up your child's day. A new school year can quickly leave parents feeling tired, time poor and uninspired – especially...

50 poems to print and hang on the wall

Every so often, I get a bee in my bonnet about poetry. When we homeschooled, we read and sometimes memorised poems. We've since moved...

Kevin Donnelly: Saint embraced an education that seeks wisdom and truth

The English paster, educator, theologian and historian John Henry Newman is to be declared a saint by Pope Francis at the Vatican Sunday October...

Never too old to grow love of learning

Learning project has teamed a group of Sydney aged care residents with primary school students.

Faith schools under threat

Religious schools are under threat of activist-backed legal cases said Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP.
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Food for body and soul offered to Sydney’s struggling

Inner city food and support service braces for even greater need Canice's Kitchen in Elizabeth Bay this week launched a take-away pre-packed meal service for...

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