A NSW-first university partnership helped St Clare’s College Waverley students explore science and space.
Libraries and technology are inseparable, giving today’s generation more ways than ever to explore books for love and learning.
Boys and girls from two Sydney Catholic schools explored the markers of a healthy relationship at an education session aimed at preventing domestic and relationship violence.
From exploring emotions to managing anxiety, Sydney Catholic Schools staff share their picks of great books to help young people of all ages read their way to wellbeing.
The true leader is someone who says, ‘I don’t want power but I do want to help’, Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher told more than 150 young leaders at the Archdiocesan Student Leadership Forum.
More than 150 teachers gave up a day of their school holidays to attend Sydney Catholic Schools Authentic Learning Symposium.
Every day, in every Sydney Catholic school there are examples of Authentic Learning. The approach places concepts firmly in the ‘real world’ for students and teachers alike.
St Clare’s College Waverley’s principal and deputy principal couldn’t be more thrilled with the school’s HSC results – the best scores since 2012.
The outstanding HSC achievements of students from Sydney Catholic schools demonstrates clearly that non-selective, comprehensive secondary schooling is no barrier to academic success.
An initiative launched this year to build boys’ performance and confidence in the classroom has become so dynamic it has transitioned to include girls.