St Jerome's Primary, Punchbowl celebrates new refurbishment after school fire.
On 20 August, 12 school support staff in the Parramatta diocese received a Certificate III in School Support Services.
A recent poll conducted on the Catholic Education Office Parramatta website suggests that formal school uniforms still hold appeal in modern society.
St John Bosco Primary, Engadine is celebrating 50 years of excellence in education this year.
Catholic schools are working with NSW Health to ensure they are prepared to implement steps to minimise the impact and spread of human swine influenza.
Catholic schools across the diocese have commemorated ANZAC Day with special ceremonies at their schools to recognise and remember the Australian and New Zealand soldiers who have served in the defence forces.
Schools around the diocese have joined national Book Week celebrations taking place 22-28 August. Book Week is the longest running children's festival in Australia, celebrating its 64th birthday in 2009 with a theme of Book Safari.
Sydney’s Catholic schools have dug deep to show their support for people hit hard by the devastating bushfires in Victoria.
The 2012 RSL and Schools Remember ANZAC Ceremony commemorated the 96th anniversary of ANZAC, in recognition of events that began on 25 April 1915.
On Monday 15 November, staff from Holy Family Primary, East Granville and St Oliver’s Primary, Harris Park presented to government and Catholic schools from across western Sydney at the Successful Language Learners Showcase.