Season of new growth

It's back to school and back to the joys of learning. Term 3 reflects the seasonal change from July to September, from winter to spring. The Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) wishes all students, parents and carers a season of renewed learning and new growth.

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Life-changing power of education

Stacey Dellow is a big believer in the life-changing power of education, and sees it is a way out for too many Aboriginal people caught in what she describes as the “buffer” zone.

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Santa Sophia Catholic College

Enrolment applications are now being accepted for Year 7 and 8 for 2018.

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Are you wanting a career in IT?

Attend an information evening to learn about the Traineeship Program offered by Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta.

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Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta

Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta provides quality learning and teaching in a faith-centred environment in its 79 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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  • Season of new growth

    18/7/2017
    Term 3 reflects the seasonal change from July to September, from winter to spring.
  • Life-changing power of education

    6/7/2017
    Stacey Dellow is a big believer in the life-changing power of education, and sees it is a way out for too many Aboriginal people caught in what she describes as the “buffer” zone.
  • Kicking goals, Aboriginal style

    5/7/2017
    Xavier College students celebrated NAIDOC Week by playing a traditional Aboriginal football game that once involved a possum skin and dozens of players.
  • Aunty Marie’s Stolen Generation story touches teachers, students

    4/7/2017
    Aunty Marie shared her emotional Stolen Generation story with St Clare's Catholic High School students in the lead up to NAIDOC week and not only touched the hearts of young people, but teachers, too.
  • Students celebrate NAIDOC week

    3/7/2017
    Students across the Parramatta Diocese celebrated Aboriginal culture by hearing stories from Aboriginal elders, and taking part in special art projects.
  • Ridgy Didge launch to NAIDOC week

    29/6/2017
    Students and teachers in Catholic schools in Sydney’s west launched NAIDOC week by celebrating the rich and dynamic cultures of Aboriginal people.
  • Helping the homeless

    29/6/2017
    More than 100 Catherine McAuley Westmead students recently braved the cold weather and slept outside in effort to highlight the plight of the homeless.
 
   
  
 
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