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Talent shines through in community celebration

July 24, 2020 Libby Lucas

St Paul’s Catholic College, Booragul continued a 15-year tradition and celebrated its community on the final day of Term 2.

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SFX cooks up a storm for DARA

July 23, 2020 Darrell Croker

Food for the marginalised provides nourishment to the souls of the givers is the takeaway for St Francis Xavier’s College, Hamilton as it continues its decade-long association with the Development and Relief Activities (DARA) van.

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Rejuvenated spaces welcome children

July 22, 2020 Kristen Jones

St Brigid’s Primary School, Raymond Terrace, substituted holidays for gardening and transformed some of the playground to new garden spaces for the children to enjoy.

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Reconciliation Project 2020 – Aboriginal Crosses

July 21, 2020 Karen Chapman

The importance of the crosses as a symbol of connectedness. 

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Sunshine and spray bring out the sports

July 17, 2020 Fran Heard

It is a challenge keeping students active while following COVID-19 sport and physical activity guidelines, but at St Paul’s Catholic College, Booragul, collaboration was a breath of fresh air.  

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Victoria Barracks like you’ve never seen

July 16, 2020 Donna McMillan

A live video conference recently enabled Year 4 students from St Joseph’s Primary School, Merewether to experience a virtual excursion of the newly renovated Hyde Park Barracks in Sydney.

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Voices of future express discontent at loss of past

July 15, 2020 Jane Dougherty

Students from Years 4 and 5 at Holy Family Primary School, Merewether Beach, recently wrote to the Newcastle Herald, the State Member for Newcastle, Tim Crakanthorp, the Federal Member for Newcastle, Sharon Claydon, and Ken Wyatt, the Minister for Indigenous Australians, about the loss of important rock shelter art in Western Australia’s Pilbara. 

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Blanket drive creates warm feeling

July 14, 2020 Sonya Boslem

The Mini Vinnies team at St Francis Xavier’s Primary School, Belmont works hard every year to assist those in need.