Loyola Literacy Team acknowledged with prestigious award

The inspirational Loyola Senior High School Mount Druitt Literacy Team was recently acknowledged with an Australian College of Educational Leaders NSW Leadership Award.

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Learn Well, Live Responsibly and Look After Each Other!

Our Lady Queen of Peace (OLQP) Greystanes celebrated the positive culture in their school community with the recent launch of the Positive Behaviour Support For Learning (PBS4L) framework amongst a sea of colour and a flurry of excitement.

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Numeracy team unravel the complexities of teaching Multiplicative Thinking

CEDPs Numeracy Team highlighted their ability to think outside the box when they recently presented their pilot study about incorporating an alternative way of teaching multiplicative thinking at this year’s Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia’s Conference (MERGA).

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  • Loyola Literacy Team acknowledged with prestigious award

    15/8/2018
    The inspirational Loyola Senior High School Mount Druitt Literacy Team was recently acknowledged with an Australian College of Educational Leaders NSW Leadership Award. Led by Antoinette Meade, this passionate team of educators includes Sally Johnstone, Bridget Ward, Magda Mizzi, Samantha Fresco and Chrissy Payne. Read more...
  • Learn Well, Live Responsibly and Look After Each Other!

    14/8/2018
    Our Lady Queen of Peace (OLQP) Greystanes celebrated the positive culture in their school community with the recent launch of the Positive Behaviour Support For Learning (PBS4L) framework. OLQP celebrated the launch amongst a sea of colour and a flurry of excitement. Read more…
  • Numeracy team unravel the complexities of teaching Multiplicative Thinking

    13/8/2018
    Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s (CEDP) Numeracy Team highlighted their ability to think outside the box when they recently presented their pilot study about incorporating an alternative way of teaching multiplicative thinking at this year’s Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia’s Conference (MERGA). Read more...
  • Hotly Debated

    10/8/2018
    Year 6 students from Our Lady of the Angels Rouse Hill recently faced off against students from Our Lady of the Rosary Kellyville on whether “Mobile phones should be banned for primary school students”. Read more...
  • Catholic Education Staff reach out to refugees and asylum seekers

    8/8/2018
    Some Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta staff recently had the opportunity to participate in renewal sessions during Refugee Week. The informative program raised awareness of the plight of asylum seekers and refugees and opportunities to respond to need in the Diocese of Parramatta. Read ore...
  • St Canice’s amazing artists!

    7/8/2018
    The school community of St Canice’s Primary, Katoomba showed off their artistic talents at the recent Sculptures at School exhibition. Read more...
  • Governor’s visit to Loyola full of sunshine!

    6/8/2018
    As part of a day out in western Sydney, His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSCG, Governor of NSW, and his wife Mrs Linda Hurley, recently toured Loyola Senior High School and Catholic Trade Training Centre, Mount Druitt. The Governor praised the great facilities at the school and commented that “students demonstrated a tenacious attitude to their learning.” Read more...
  • In Memory of Kokoda

    1/8/2018
    For more than a decade, Year Nine students from St Agnes Catholic High School, Rooty Hill have visited the Kokoda Memorial Track in Concord West gaining valuable insights from the other veterans into the nature of war and the personal cost of war to veterans, their family and friends. Read more...
 
   
  
 
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