High Tea on the Green IMAGE Catholic Schools

High Tea on the Green

May 23, 2018 Amy Theodore

Staff and students from St Joseph’s Primary School, Dungog, raised over $10,000 for their school during their ‘High Tea on the Green’ event.

A look into the future IMAGE Catholic Schools

A look into the future

May 21, 2018 Gary Pomplun

A group of Year 4 and 5 students from Holy Name Primary School, Forster travelled to Newcastle University to participate in the 'Robotics in the Classroom' workshop.

An inclusive approach to Science at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus IMAGE Catholic Schools

An inclusive approach to Science at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus

May 20, 2018 Peter Harold

The Science faculty at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus, offers a contemporary curriculum and expert staff to enable students to excel in their scientific studies.

Muswellbrook’s game changer IMAGE Catholic Schools

Muswellbrook’s game changer

May 18, 2018 Amy Theodore

Setting up Blackrock Industries at the age of 25 just over two years ago with a single $1,000 contract at Mt Pleasant, one truck and two workers, Steve Fordham - former St Joseph’s High School, Aberdeen student -  is today running a multi-million-dollar company.

Getting creative at All Saint’s College, St Mary’s Campus IMAGE Catholic Schools

Getting creative at All Saint’s College, St Mary’s Campus

May 17, 2018 Eva Gibson

The Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) faculty at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus, is giving students the perfect platform to express their creative passions.

A day of drama with lessons well learnt IMAGE Catholic Schools

A day of drama with lessons well learnt

May 16, 2018 Anna Kerrigan

Around 180 diocesan drama students in Years 9 to 11 have come together at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus, Maitland, for DRAMAFEST.

An excursion with a difference IMAGE Catholic Schools

An excursion with a difference

May 15, 2018 Aaron Moon

Students from St Joseph’s Primary School, Denman, travelled to Bourke to learn more about the Indigenous and post-colonisation history of remote Australia.

In loving memory of Margaret Christensen IMAGE Catholic Schools

In loving memory of Margaret Christensen

May 14, 2018 Amy Theodore

St Patrick’s Primary School, Swansea, has dedicated its school library to the late Margaret Christensen, who served as school secretary for 30 years.