Rodesia Comito and Margaret McGrath share the honour of being Sydney Catholic schools’ longest serving teacher.
Eileen O’Connor Catholic College counts its blessings during its offical opening with Archbishop Anthony Fisher.
Bethlehem College students gave the concept of body image physical expression through a new project – and gained confidence in their own.
Sydney Catholic Schools’ Goodjarga ‘Growing in Culture’ ensemble shared their pride in their culture when they performed for Primary and…
Two Sydney Catholic schools have hosted sign up days for the Aboriginal Birth Certificate Project.
Bethlehem College Ashfield students have taken a strong and silent approach to raising awareness of the plight of refugees and asylum seekers.
During a retreat in Poland’s Zakopane after official World Youth Day events, Sydney Catholic school pilgrims shared the highlights of their experience.
‘I love that the Pope believes in us.’ Pilgrims braved the rain again to welcome Il Papa to World Youth Day 2016.
Question time was also on the menu when Bus 16 pilgrims lunched with Cardinal George Pell.
Every day, in every Sydney Catholic school there are examples of Authentic Learning. The approach places concepts firmly in the ‘real world’ for students and teachers alike.