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Wiyanga and Kirinari students were in for a treat when the Jarara Team paid them a visit and took them on an interactive journey all about Australia’s Indigenous culture.
This week is National Skills Week, a time to focus on the importance of vocational education and training. It is also the perfect time to think differently about the role that schools can play in helping to create a workforce fit for our times. Read more...

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St Mary’s Primary School Rydalmere students were in their element when much-loved Australian artist and author Leigh Hobbs paid them a visit for Book Week. Read more...
Up to 75 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta school were represented at the annual Diocesan Education Mass which featured an inspiring homily by Bishop Vincent Long aimed at re energising schools in their mission to transform the lives of their students. Read More...
It's not an exaggeration to say that a great teacher can shape a student's life, but in Deborah Abela's case she attributes Meg Gray for her incredible literary success. The former St Patrick’s Guildford student said without the popular teacher she has no doubt she would not have penned 26 books currently sold world-wide. Read more...
Can you remember the book that made you a reader? As an English teacher, you might expect me to name a well-known classic. In reality, it was the much less literary, ‘Biggles Flies High’. Read more...
STUDENTS from Patrician Brothers’ College Blacktown have taken their passion for space to new heights after competing at a prestigious space design competition last month. Read more...

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Xavier College in Llandilo has held an international event to deepen the cultural understanding between Korea and Australia.

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St Angela's Primary School made it to the semi-finals of the Paul Kelly Cup- the biggest AFL primary school competition in Australia. Read more...
It was a moving and heartfelt NAIDOC Week celebration at Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) headquarters when Jarara Indigenous Education Unit Specialist Teacher and proud woman of Kamilaroi descent Julie Waddell shared the message from this year’s NAIDOC Week: Voice, Treaty, Truth. Read more...