Sydney Catholic Schools’ Child Safe Communities Framework informs how school, parish and parent communities work together to keep child safety a reality and priority of our schools.
In recent times, the practice of pilgrimage has diversified from its traditional religious roots.
Sunglasses have become a school uniform option at one Sydney Catholic school.
Deep breathing, active listening and play dates are vital tools to help children maintain healthy friendships.
Children who accept differences in others are set for success in a world of diversity.
Educator Dan Haesler outlines how a fixed or growth mindset can influence your child’s confidence and their ability to thrive in and out of the classroom.
St Brendan’s Catholic Primary Bankstown parents are taking the opportunity to further their own education at the school’s community hub.
Guidelines say kids aged 5 to 18 should have only two hours of screen time each day.
Students about to start high school worry most about too much homework, making new friends, being lost and late for class, a survey of more than 1600 students in Years 6 and 7 at Sydney Catholic schools found.
Grief is a natural response to loss – and different for every person, family or community – but that doesn’t make navigating it easier.