More than 100 Sydney Catholic school students are part of the 2019 World Youth Day Panama pilgrimage, experiencing a cultural adventure and a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith.
Friendships that stand the test of time often include a mutual sense of humour, empathy, loyalty, trust and respect.
Years 5 and 6 children have created award-winning artworks as a way of reflecting on the Christmas season
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Aboriginal students at St Finbar’s Catholic Primary danced with their peers from across NSW at a school NAIDOC Week event.
De La Salle College Ashfield’s Software Design and Development students achieved top marks in Grok Learning’s coding competition.
Casimir Catholic College Marrickville acknowledged the rich history and faith tradition that guides it, with an event celebrated by past and present students.
Concord Hospital invited Aboriginal dancers from Bethlehem College Ashfield to perform at the opening of their Rainbow Serpent garden.
Talks in the Year of Youth will give students the chance to decipher what gives them purpose and joy in life.
Marist College North Shore will welcome girls for the first time in 130 years as part of the North Sydney Education Precinct plan.