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Were you at TeachMeet?

February 24, 2017 Andrew Cornwall

On Thursday 16 February, 50 teachers from the Hunter Valley gathered in The Factory at St Pius X Adamstown to share ideas and learn from each other at the Hunter’s first ever TeachMeet.

San Clemente High School’s reclaiming its stories in centenary year IMAGE Catholic Schools

San Clemente High School’s reclaiming its stories in centenary year

February 22, 2017 Comments Tracey Edstein

While the community of San Clemente High School, Mayfield, is celebrating the school’s centenary in a variety of ways, the one that may well have the longest impact is the ‘story collecting’ project.

DR MICHAEL SLATTERY: A week in review IMAGE Opinion & Comment

DR MICHAEL SLATTERY: A week in review

February 20, 2017 Dr Michael Slattery

Last week we presented the Diocesan Teacher Scholarships to seven young people about to begin their studies to become teachers. Each has come from a Catholic school and wants to teach in a Catholic school.

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NSW Polding Summer Sports Trials

February 17, 2017 Bernadette Duggan

The NSWCPS Polding Summer Sports Trials were hosted in our diocese last Friday 10 February.

GALLERY: Hundreds fill Cathedral for Called to Serve Mass 2017 IMAGE Catholic Schools

GALLERY: Hundreds fill Cathedral for Called to Serve Mass 2017

February 16, 2017 Alyssa Faith

"We are called to act with justice, we are called to love tenderly, we are called to serve one another; to walk humbly with God." The lyrics of "Micah's Theme" filled the Cathedral as the assembly gathered for the Called to Serve Mass.  

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20th Blue Award Presentation

February 15, 2017 Bernadette Duggan

Last week St Paul’s College Manly, hosted the 20th Blue Award Presentation which celebrates and recognises the sporting achievements of Catholic secondary students throughout NSW.

Catholic enrolments grow alongside other sectors IMAGE Catholic Schools

Catholic enrolments grow alongside other sectors

February 15, 2017 Ross Fox

Enrolments in Catholic schools continue to grow, but enrolment growth has been observed most significantly in government schools over the past two years, new Australian Bureau of Statistics data has found.

KINDY STARTERS 2017: MORISSET IMAGE Catholic Schools

KINDY STARTERS 2017: MORISSET

February 14, 2017 Rachel Pether

On Monday 6 February St John Vianney Primary School, Morisset welcomed 24 enthusiastic children commencing kindergarten.