Let’s celebrate Early Learning Matters Week! IMAGE Catholic Schools

Let’s celebrate Early Learning Matters Week!

July 26, 2021 Kim Moroney

Our work, research and relationships have never been more important.  Every day we advocate for our youngest citizens and their families.

Keeping the celebration alive IMAGE Catholic Schools

Keeping the celebration alive

July 26, 2021 Nikola Groves

At Rosary Park, Branxton, the Celebration of Grandparent's, is typically marked on July 23, but this year the celebration looked a little different. 

VET Student of the Year Award IMAGE Catholic Schools

VET Student of the Year Award

July 22, 2021 Tim Bowd

Nominations are now open for schools to select their finalist for the inaugural Diocesan VET Student of the Year.

Never-ending road of service IMAGE Aurora

Never-ending road of service

July 22, 2021 Darrell Croker

It was a journey that almost finished at a dead end on its first outing.

Tough beginnings for campaign IMAGE Aurora

Tough beginnings for campaign

July 22, 2021 Paula McGowan

Paula McGowan and husband Tom raised three children in England before migrating to Australia in 2018. Their move followed the death of their youngest son Oliver, two years before, at just 18 years of age. Paula successfully launched a parliamentary petition in England and as a direct consequence the British government announced the Oliver McGowan Mandatory Training in Learning Disability and Autism program for doctors and nurses.

Below, Paula reflects on Oliver’s legacy.

Adopt a Knight - Jacob Saifiti and McKenzie Baker IMAGE Catholic Schools

Adopt a Knight - Jacob Saifiti and McKenzie Baker

July 14, 2021 Liz Starling

Recently Jacob Saifiti and McKenzie Baker from the Newcastle Knights visited St Mary’s Warner’s Bay as part of the Adopt a Knight program.

Adopt a knight - Tyson Frizell and Mitch Barnett IMAGE Catholic Schools

Adopt a knight - Tyson Frizell and Mitch Barnett

July 12, 2021 Jenny Howard

Year 4 and Year 6 students at St Columba’s Adamstown recently received a visit from their two Adopt a Knights players. Tyson Frizell and Mitch Barnett engaged in classroom activities during the literacy block and assisted teachers with running the activities.

 NAIDOC week - significance of dance and connections IMAGE Catholic Schools

NAIDOC week - significance of dance and connections

July 09, 2021 Bryan Rowe

As a part of NAIDOC Week 2021 celebrations, San Clemente High School hosted an Aboriginal Dance Workshop for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students from our local Catholic primary schools.