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Children's Christmas artworks draw the crowds
More than 400 students, parents, families, friends and teachers packed into the Crypt of St Mary's Cathedral Sydney to congratulate the winners of the 2014 Christmas Story Children's Art Exhibition.
Aussie Battler Needs Your Help
The whole community at John the Baptist Catholic Primary Bonnyrigg Heights is doing everything it can to save the life of one of its own.
Sharing Culture Over Bread
Children as young as five are learning a second language and could become fluent in two or three languages by the time they complete Year 6 under a new learning initiative launched by St Mel's Catholic Primary Campsie.
Stories Give Students Starting Success
Award-winning playwright Debra Oswald has been impressed by the talents of some of the young writers taking part in the inaugural 'B An Author' writing competition organised by the Eileen O'Connor Centre (EOC) for students in Sydney Catholic schools.
Jump Starting Your Brain
A landmark program based on the idea that we are able to "rewire" areas of weakness in our brain to overcome debilitating learning difficulties will be extended to primary school students...
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.
Poet in Winning Prose
St Patrick's College Sutherland's Year 7 student Elysha Casey is made of the 'write' stuff, after placing second in the Write4Fun Poetry and Short Story Competition.
Mural a Symbol
Students from St James Catholic Primary Glebe have officially unveiled their school mural for the opening of the Central Park residential and retail complex.
160 Years and Counting!
Past and present students filled the pews at Mary Immaculate Church at Waverley signaling an end to a year of anniversary celebrations, marking 160 years since St Charles' Catholic Primary opened.
State Prize for History Buff
History has been a longstanding passion for Naome Rusera, who is the NSW winner of the annual National History Challenge.
Dedication to St Finbar's
As the school year ends, one tight-knit school community thanked and celebrated the long career of one of their favourite teachers.
100 Reasons to Celebrate Centenary
Fairy floss, snow cones, hundreds of balloons, face-painted children, showbags, rides, stalls, crafts, superheroes and an animal farm delighted old and young alike at St Michael's Catholic Primary Daceyville's centenary Carnivale.