High school algebra is familiar to Year 6 student Sophie and her Newman peers.
A few key programs are ensuring the more than 70,000 students educated at Sydney Catholic schools have opportunities to thrive.
Bethany College Hurstville has become one of the first schools formally accredited in the Newman Selective Gifted Education Program.
St Ambrose Catholic Primary students showed prototypes with the power to affect real change at the school’s first Newman Science Symposium.
Holy Spirit Carnes Hill students have delved into the coding, collaboration and higher order thinking skills that will help them realise their goals.
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.