The NSW Combined Catholic Colleges (NSWCCC) and NSW Catholic Primary School (NSWCPS) Cross Country Championships is the only event in the sporting calendar where primary and secondary students have the opportunity to compete on the same day.
Research shows that high levels of mental health are associated with increased learning, creativity and productivity, more pro-social behaviour and positive social relationships and creates improved physical health and life expectancy.
Corpus Christi Primary School, Waratah combined their Colour Run event with their annual cross country carnival, making for a day of fun in the sun.
The school community of St Joseph’s Primary School, Charlestown came together one chilly winter morning to participate in a fundraiser for Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG) Brain Cancer research – a condition directly affecting one of the school’s families.
The Hon Barnaby Joyce MP, the Member for New England, has officially opened Stage Two of building works at St Joseph’s High School, Aberdeen.
Kim Moroney, Education Officer (Early Learning) for the Catholic Schools Office, and Dr Cathie Harrison, Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education from Australian Catholic University, recently presented the research findings of the Successful Foundations pilot project to Kindergarten teachers and principals of the 11 schools in the Diocese that took part in the project.