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.