A NSW-first university partnership helped St Clare’s College Waverley students explore science and space.
St Mary’s Catholic Primary School Erskineville’s gifted students produced environmentally sustainable and empathetic works for their annual ‘Newman’ showcase.
Holy Cross Catholic Primary School Woollahra is using a popular video game to help gifted kids learn about ratios, area and perimeters.
St Ambrose Catholic Primary students showed prototypes with the power to affect real change at the school’s first Newman Science Symposium.
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.
Biotechnology, nutrition, genre theory, psychology – no topic is off limits for the curious minds at Clancy University.
It was a night of nights at St Francis Xavier’s Catholic Primary Arncliffe when a host of students put on their inaugural Night of the Notables.
Volunteer parents at St Michael’s Catholic Primary Meadowbank are using their professional skills to give gifted students a helping hand with their learning.
Flexible grouping is helping gifted students at St Ursula’s College Kingsgrove hit their stride in a range of subjects.
An exciting program to maximise the potential of gifted students in Sydney Catholic schools is hitting its mark – and is about to get even bigger.