More than 100 hopeful students sat Sydney Catholic Schools’ first-ever selective test.
The Kindergarten-to-HSC pathway for gifted students at Sydney Catholic schools has strengthened with the introduction of new criteria for Year 6 students to enter the Newman Selective Gifted Education Program.
About Catholic Schools began in 1977 to give voice to education developments within Sydney Catholic Schools. Few knew then how much would change.
Wellbeing is a team effort at All Saints Catholic College Liverpool. School counsellors Breanna Sada and Andrew Psaila are at the approach’s core.
A leadership and cultural exchange program between Catholic schools in Sydney and remote Western Australia is having a positive impact on students from both communities.
All Saints’ Catholic College Liverpool encouraged Year 10 students to write their own story during a wellbeing day for the whole grade.
All Saints Catholic College will take student wellbeing and achievement to a new level this year with individualised learning plans to unlock their potential.
Two All Saints Catholic College students will compete in national and international discus and shotput events.
Students from 16 Sydney Catholic high schools and 20 primary schools made PSYberFEST 2015 bigger than ever.
Faces, not facts and figures were the focus of a Social Justice Day for students from 43 high schools within the Sydney Archdiocese.