STEM learning reached new heights at St Ursula’s College Kingsgrove’s Festival of Big Ideas.
More than 1,500 people were treated to vivid vocals, drama, and dance at CaSPA Live.
Marist College Eastwood Year 11 student Lakshman Nitish Ramesh is one of ten category finalists in this year’s Young Archie competition
Two recent initiatives at Villa Maria Catholic Primary School have created bright works of art by involving the whole school community.
In an era when Google is a verb, teacher librarians are taking their role as information curators and innovators seriously.
Students from four Catholic schoosl in sydney’s Southwest embraced wordplay, swordplay and spellcasting in Sport for Jove’s first official Primary Shakespeare Carnival.
Sydney Catholic school students will bring indigenous culture to light after collaborating with internationally recognised physical theatre company Erth on a Vivid performance.
Boys from schools in Sydney’s Inner West explored dancing, acting and song at enrichment days and boot camps.
Bethany College Hurstville students have won an Australia and New Zealand-wide short film prize with their depiction of the impact of technology on youth mental health.
A Year 2 student from St Francis De Sales Catholic Primary School Woolaware is in the running for a trip to Japan.