Golfers have giving down to a tee

Children in need were the real winners at the 30th Annual Parramatta Diocesan Golf Day held during the recent school holidays.

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Executive Director's Summer Reading Challenge

Enter the competition to go into the draw to win an iPad mini. Competition closes 7 February 2017.

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World Teachers Day selfie competition winner

Hundreds of students across the Diocese of Parramatta have honoured their teachers in celebration of World Teachers Day by taking a selfie with their favourite teacher.

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Catholic education recognises over 2570 years of service

On Thursday 27 October, 66 leaders and staff from Catholic schools and the education office were recognised for a collective 2570 years of service and 50 years of leadership at a special ceremony at St Patrick’s Cathedral.

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Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta

Catholic Education Catholic Diocese of Parramatta provides quality learning and teaching in a faith-centred environment in its 56 primary and 22 secondary schools and four early learning centres in western Sydney. Find a Catholic school.

Catholic schooling is a work of love, for the full human development of students, grounded in the person of Jesus Christ and at the service of society. All staff share in the evangelising mission of the Church as they endeavour to accomplish a synthesis of faith, life and culture in their communities.

Our strategic intent is to provide quality Catholic schooling by strengthening the professional lives of staff, to improve the learning outcomes for each student within a Catholic faith community. 

 
   
  
 
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  • Golfers have giving down to a tee

    7/11/2016
    Children in need were the real winners at the 30th Annual Parramatta Diocesan Golf Day held during the recent school holidays. School and office staff, clergy and community members got together for an enjoyable day of golf and raised $12,000 for the San Miguel Family Centre at North Richmond.
  • Catholic education recognises over 2570 years of service

    2/11/2016
    On Thursday 27 October, 66 leaders and staff from Catholic schools and the education office were recognised for a collective 2570 years of service and 50 years of leadership at a special ceremony at St Patricks Cathedral.
  • St Paul’s student snaps up first place in photography competition

    31/10/2016
    Ziggy Kowalski from Year 11 at St Paul’s Catholic College, Greystanes won first place for best composition with his photograph ‘The Road Less Travelled’ in the Australian Catholic University’s prestigious Pixel Prize competition.
  • St Aidan’s student has ‘write’ priorities

    31/10/2016
    Miriam Warwick-Smith a Year 5 student at St Aidan’s Primary, Rooty Hill has been named a runner-up in the annual ‘What Matters?’ Writing Competition. The competition is run by the Whitlam Institute and was inspired by Gough Whitlam’s recognition of the important role young people play in shaping our nation’s future.
  • Australian teacher professional standards explained

    27/10/2016
    While there have always been a wide range of views on what makes a great teacher, there hasn’t been a coherent framework across Australian schools. The Australian Professional Standards for Teachers were introduced to clarify what makes high quality teaching, to strengthen standards and provide consistency across the teaching profession.
 
   
  
 
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