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Making Maths add up

Students typically make more mistakes in maths than in any other subject. However it can often be one of the easier subjects to master...

Brain breaks for peak performance

Playtime is serious business at Miranda’s Our Lady Star of the Sea Primary School. The Sutherland shire school has introduced an innovative program where it...

Connecting across the years

Despite there being almost 75 years between them, Annika Espiritu and Elveara Falchi both share the love of a good story. And in telling hers,...

Swimming with the big boys

The Cronulla Sharks NRL club has been blessed with a real Catholic schools flavour in 2019.

Confirming the perfect sponsor

With confirmation season just around the corner, more than 6000 primary school children from across the Sydney Archdiocese have begun preparations for the Sacrament. And...

Art at the heart of Clancy Award

Check out the gallery of all the entries submitted for the 2019 Clancy Awards at the bottom of the article. A life-changing pilgrimage to WYD2019...

Faith, Francis and a first for Archdiocese

A program piloted in a handful of schools just two years ago encouraging students to give back to their community and put their faith...

Labor Senator is Australia’s new National Catholic Education chief

Outgoing Labor Senator Jacinta Collins has been appointed Executive Director of the National Catholic Education Commission. Senator Collins, who entered the Federal parliament in 1995,...

Surviving and thriving at University

By Tony Mattar The time has finally come – your child is preparing to set off for university and, as a parent, your role is...

The relationship that adds up

By Mary Ryan ‘Starting school is a watershed moment for families. As a principal you deeply respect the trust that parents have in handing their child...
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