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Anthony Cleary: What do parents think schools are for?

I recently attended the birthday party of an ex-student from my first year of teaching. He, like many of the party guests, had fled Vietnam as a young child.

Anthony Cleary: First impressions still matter!

Over the years, I have become increasingly aware of the truth of the maxim, “You don’t get a second chance to make a first impression.”

NT bishop vows not to give up over schools

Bishop Charles Gauci of Darwin has vowed not to give up after the Northern Territory government passed far-reaching legislation removing religious exemptions to the...

Labor reaffirms faith freedom plans

NSW Labor Senator Deborah O’Neill has reaffirmed the Albanese government’s commitment to introducing new laws in the current parliament, allowing for religious schools to...

Catholic education – the proof is in the pudding

Archbishop Anthony Fisher OP has called on Catholic school leaders to first reflect on the profound impact Catholic faith-based education has imprinted on Australian...

New program gives every student the gift of music

Sydney Catholic Schools’ new Amadeus Music Education Program has lifted off at a high tempo – and Trinity Catholic College Auburn/Regents Park is playing to...

Anthony Cleary: The challenge for all is to not be silent

Today, most Australians are familiar with the phrase, ‘no means no’. Despite this, it appears that’s there is a growing number of people who...

Bringing next-level Catholic education to Pagewood – Matraville

Education in the eastern suburbs is about to change with the reimagining of three Catholic schools into state-of-the-art, innovative centres for contemporary learning. Sydney Catholic...

Love People, Use Things

The Culture Project dreams of a culture where “the dignity of the human person is at the forefront of every relationship, law and societal...

Parents ‘all clear’ to return to school grounds

After a long year away, parents and carers have been given the green light to return to school grounds. It’s been nearly eight months since...

Religious education uproar

Parramatta is standing by its new RE syllabus Despite controversy over its new draft religious education curriculum, the Diocese of Parramatta’s schools office will continue...

Glitterbugs in the spotlight

Students at Panania’s St. Christopher's Catholic Primary School brushed up on the best way to get perfectly clean, germ free hands recently and are...
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