Centrelink Indigenous Servicing officer and mentor for Catholic Education’s Lighthouse Project, Carmon Corderoy has received Centrelink’s inaugural NAIDOC award for Achievement in Indigenous Servicing.
On Tuesday 12 October, 67 students from the Parramatta diocese and their business mentors were recognised at the annual Lighthouse Project presentation evening held at Nagle College, Blacktown.
On Friday 11 March, teachers from four Catholic primary schools in the Parramatta diocese participated in a reading comprehension workshop, focusing on supporting students with English as a Second Language (ESL).
St Therese's Primary School at New Lambton, Newcastle has developed a Learning Technologies program called LITRE....Learning in a Technology Rich Environment.
State Member for Ryde, Victor Dominello, launched Catholic Schools Week at St Anthony's Primary, Marsfield by presenting awards to students at an assembly and visiting classrooms.
Victor Dominello, Member of Parliament for Ryde, opened Catholic Schools Week at Holy Spirit Primary, North Ryde.
Good Shepherd Catholic Primary is joining forces with other schools in Plumpton to construct a Performing Arts and Multifunction Centre with seating for up to 430 people.
Rachel Lau, a music teacher at St Paul the Apostle Primary School, Winston Hills, will be spending January 2011 teaching children in Kenya after recently receiving a $5,000 grant from Mission Travel.
During the school holidays, teams from five Jesuit partner schools across Australia competed in the 2010 Jesuit Cup basketball tournament at Loyola Senior High School, Mt Druitt.
The annual Principal’s Awards Assembly was held at Loyola Senior High, Mt Druitt to acknowledge and celebrate the achievements of their students who completed the 2009 HSC.