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  • Research highlights troop spirit

    Leading up to Anzac Day, The Blacktown Advocate asked school students across Sydney to pay tribute to the sacrifices of our fallen and research a serviceman memorialised in the area who shared their surname. This is Daniel’s story...
  • Executive Director's Summer Reading Challenge is back!

    Every year, the Executive Director of Schools, Greg Whitby, invites students all over the Diocese of Parramatta to participate in the Executive Director’s Summer Reading Challenge.
  • Literacy Lessons improving student learning outcomes

    Students are receiving more one-to-one instruction in literacy and comprehension thanks to a new Literacy Lessons (L2) program being trialled in 8 primary schools across the diocese.
  • St John Vianney’s Primary wins NSW Anzac Day Schools’ Award

    St John Vianney’s Primary School, Doonside has been announced by the Department of Veterans’ Affairs as the winners of the NSW Anzac Day Schools’ Award in the Primary school category for the third year running.
  • Terra Sancta College renamed to honour St John Paul II

    To commemorate the Canonisation of Pope John Paul II and his connection to the Diocese of Parramatta, Bishop Anthony Fisher OP, has announced that Terra Sancta College will be renamed St John Paul II Catholic College, Nirimba and Schofields from the commencement of Term 3 this year.
  • RE Review: Faith in the future of Catholic schooling

    The findings and recommendations of the Review of Religious Education for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta were presented to a forum of over 200 parish priests, principals and Religious Education coordinators on 5 June at Rosehill Gardens.
  • Federal Budget 2014-15 No certainty on funding or direction

    The Federal Government’s priority to cut the budget deficit will significantly reduce school funding in real terms and create greater uncertainty for schools says Executive Director of Schools, Greg Whitby
  • High-tech robots extend learning for students

    Students from Year 4 and 6 were selected to be part of the Mindstorm robotics program at St Aidan’s Primary, Rooty Hill to enhance their learning experience through the use of robotics.
  • Students have a voice in federal election

    Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta is encouraging eligible students to have a say in their future and Australian policy making by enrolling to vote for the upcoming election on 7 September.
  • Inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers as a MyScience mentor

    To kick off National Science Week (10-18 August), Our Lady of Lourdes (OLOL) Primary in Seven Hills is urgently seeking professionals with a science background to coach teachers and students as a MyScience mentor
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