Six Sydney Catholic primary schools are among the nation’s best performers in NAPLAN learning growth.
St John Vianney Catholic Primary Greenacre is thriving under the guidance of young teachers already familiar with the school’s culture and daily routines.
St Charles’ Catholic Primary Ryde students’ imaginations soared when a popular radio duo read to them from Roald Dahl’s classic books.
The agile classroom spaces in progress at St Patrick’s Catholic Primary School Mortlake are not the only element ready to encourage imagination and learning among the school’s first students.
A school writing task has given St Charles Ryde student Alice Kevans a deeper insight into a topic close to her heart.
Sydney Catholic schools have performed well above the state and national average scores in all five areas of NAPLAN assessment in 2016.
St Joseph’s Catholic Primary Enfield students read more than 16 million words in their new literacy project’s first weeks.
After a term immersed in the book Alice in Wonderland, St Francis Xavier Catholic Primary Arncliffe held a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party to celebrate their work.
Teacher librarian Judith Rooney remembers her first glimpse of Holy Cross College Ryde’s striking sandstone building well.
It was hats off to reading at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary Caringbah as students shared literacy activities with a Thai school via Skype.