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Big Breakfast to combat food poverty
We've all heard that 'breakfast is the most important meal of the day'. Sadly, 2 million Australians – a quarter of whom are children – go hungry every year.
Early-birders enjoy coming to school early!
St Michael's Meadowbank's Kindergarten students Aidan Marcellino and Cindy Jamela learned a lot about perfecting their reading this week thanks to their 'Early Bird' reading buddy Lucy Bywaters.
Rugby League dynasty continues
Holy Cross College Ryde celebrated its re-entry into the prestigious Metropolitan Catholic Colleges (MCC) sporting competition with dramatic wins in the 13B, 14A and A-grade Rugby League competitions.
Vocation vocation vocation
There was a time, not all that long ago, when there were few options for students who did not want to attend university but still wanted to stay at school after completing Year 10.
Watch-out Kylie Kwong!
Executive Chef of award winning fine dining restaurant, The Flying Fish, describes his newest apprentice as the next Kylie Kwong.
Head-start to nursing
Year 12 student Annabel Makary is balancing her HSC study while completing a trade training Certificate III in Health Services, as well as a Certificate II in Fitness and Business Services, combined with Catholic Studies and English for her HSC.
Nation's top VET prizewinners
The nation's top prize for Year 12 students undertaking vocational education and training has recently been awarded to 17 students from Sydney's Catholic school system...
Cars in blood for apprentice
Alexander Keir is on a fast track to success after he was named one of the Australian Vocational Student Prize award winners of 2013.
Parent point - Think positive
Schools around the world are embracing the science of 'positive psychology' as part of their drive to create school cultures that exercise students to be confident learners.
Farewell Cardinal Clancy
The Sydney Catholic school community is mourning the death of the former Archbishop of Sydney, Cardinal Edward Clancy, who died at the age of 90 years on 3 August.
Meet Mario and his niece Beatriz - brave heroes!
A 12-Year-old boy from St John Vianney Catholic Primary Greenacre, along with his 11-year-old niece, have been praised with the school's highest honour after rescuing themselves from a dangerous situation.