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Movie Night for Fathers and Sons

As a system of schools, we understand the important role men play in the lives of our students. We also understand that thanks to post...

Burnout, shortages drive strike action

By Adam Wesselinoff and Peter Rosengren Teacher burnout, staff shortages and the ongoing pressures of COVID-19 have driven Catholic teachers to strike twice in the...

Demountable classrooms donated to devastated Lismore college

Seven temporary classrooms donated for students living in flood-ravaged Lismore has ironically provided the stability they so desperately need. Three months after devastating rains lashed...

Memo to students: Faith’s real and it’s Chill

Don't give up on the young and the Catholic Faith, is the message from a new partnership between the Sydney Archdiocese's youth ministry, its...

Celebrating Christ’s Passion through Art

In a great display of public evangelisation, St Paul of the Cross primary school in Dulwich Hill is hosting a landmark art display throughout...

Anthony Cleary: Dialogue – in a Christ-centred environment

Over time, most organisations find a need to reflect upon their core business and people’s understanding of and commitment to it. No group is immune...

Take our teachers for granted at your peril

Teachers work hard, and I mean really hard. On any given day they are instructional specialists, counsellors, trusted colleagues and confidantes.

ALP unveils schools plan

Labor will make no funding changes to Catholic and Independent schools and will have an “open door” policy for Catholic schools if elected to government at the 2022 election, Shadow Education Minister Tanya Plibersek told a meeting of the Council of Catholic School Parents NSW/ACT.

Back to the classroom

The Executive Director of Sydney Catholic Schools, Mr Tony Farley said it has been very encouraging to see staff and students across 150 Catholic primary and secondary schools transition back well to full-time classroom learning after a long period of remote learning caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Innovative competition based on primary-secondary mentoring

Organisers say a regional public speaking competition has helped nurture greater mentoring skills between primary and secondary Catholic schools in eastern Sydney. This year 42...
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