Students from 92 schools will grace the stage in more than 400 solo and ensemble instrumental, drama, dance and choir performances, as part of Sydney Catholic Schools’ first Eisteddfod. The Eisteddfod will be held
Sydney Catholic Schools’ Road Safety Education Officer, Andrew Sortwell, invites parents to role model good pedestrian behaviour on Walk Safely to School Day 2021 – and every day. Calling all primary school parents! Consider
More than 2500 Sydney Catholic Schools’ (SCS) primary students will represent their schools at the inaugural Cross Country Carnival at Sydney Motorsport Park, Eastern Creek, on Wednesday 5 May. St Francis of Assisi
Day 9: Looking for a meaningful way to celebrate Advent with your family? Creating and decorating a Jesse Tree is the perfect excuse to come together and learn more about Jesus' family history. Make
A positive start to school is important and it depends on everyone working together to make it happen - family, community and the school team. An orientation program helps children and families
With Spring comes new life! Kindy is learning how things grow and change. They have watched chicks hatch from eggs and now grow over the past fortnight. Kindy will be home for these chicks
In celebration of National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Sunday on July 5th, Year 4 created an Australian native sculpture using natural and recycled materials inspired by Aboriginal Tjanpi Desert weavers.
For the first time in nearly 20 years, the relics of St Thérése of Lisieux along with the major relics of her parents, Saint Louis and Zélie Martin visited not only Australia, but also
Fr Stephen and the school community blessed our 2020 leadership team at our whole school Mass.
Despite there being more than 80 years between them, Marie Longely and Allana Hall have discovered one shared passion … each other’s friendship. Their special bond was borne out of exchanging letters and becoming