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St Pius X Awarded School National Songwriting Winners

January 16, 2020 Lizzie Snedden

A group of musically talented students who attend St Pius X High School in Adamstown recently took out a national songwriting competition for their song Unplug and Connect

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St Mary's colourful school entrance thanks to grant

January 15, 2020 Kim Wilson

St Mary’s Primary School, Scone was the lucky recipient last year of a grant from Upper Hunter Community Arts, which was used to employ Janno McLaughlin to come into the school and work with the students.

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Teacher for the ages

January 14, 2020 Lizzie Snedden

Come the end of January, it will be the first year in decades Vickie Pettett won't be returning to the classroom. Instead, after teaching for more than 40 years, Mrs Pettett plans to embrace retirement and spend more time with family, travelling and serving the community.

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St Catherine’s buddying letter writers

January 13, 2020 Gabrielle Sutherland

Year 3 students from St Catherine’s Catholic College, Singleton embarked on a letter-writing journey last term as part of the Australia Post Pen Pal Club initiative.

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Gifted Education Lead Schools successfully share

January 10, 2020 Sally Brock

Congratulations to the Gifted Education Lead Schools (GELS) on the very professional and powerful action research presentations shared last year.

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No dramas in that space

January 09, 2020 Darrell Croker

All the world’s a stage when you’re collaborating with fellow students and teachers.

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Sun-powered learning fun

January 08, 2020 Brooke Robinson

Students at St Catherine’s Catholic College, Singleton, raced solar cars in December as part of the Apollo Cup 2K19. The race was a three-week project initiative designed by the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Academy team through a partnership with the University of Sydney.

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St Brigid’s won’t let the drought hamper spirits

January 07, 2020 Jacinta Wilks, Helen Mead

St Brigid’s Primary School, Raymond Terrace prides itself on being a supportive, giving and Christ-centred community. Our daily prayer reflects this aspiration as we endeavour to “touch the lives of others for good” and recently, St Brigid’s school community and friends did just that.