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High school formals, complete with 360-degree cameras for Instagram and custom dessert bars, are costing up to $250 a head as students compete for venues with weddings and corporate parties.
In his invitation to young people across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains to join him in journeying to World Youth Day in 2023, Bishop Vincent says for young people, the worldwide celebration of faith has a “profound impact on their relationship with Jesus, their prayer life, their lived mission and their relationship with others”.
A western Sydney teen’s obsession with spiders, known affectionately by his friends as ‘Spider-Man’, has discovered and named his own species on the Central Coast.
Meet Milan Prasad or ‘Spiderman’. The Year 11 student’s interest in spiders recently led him to discover a brand new species of peacock spider, the Maratus expolitus which in turn helped him to become a published scientist.
Greg Whitby AM KSG will retire as Executive Director of Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta at the end of the 2022 school year. Over more than 40 years service to education, Greg has been a champion of innovation and change in learning and teaching.
Congratulations to our winners and all who entered the 2021/22 Executive Director's Summer Reading Challenge (EDSRC), it has been an incredible competition this year with a large number of entries.
St Clare’s Catholic High School Hassall Grove students and staff participated in a Smoking Ceremony and Water Blessing recently, coming together to share culture.
Blacktown’s Catholic school leaders have shared their future hopes and ambitions. Meet our inspiring student leaders.
Twenty-nine outstanding young leaders from secondary schools across the Diocese of Parramatta were recognised through the 2021 Bishop’s Award for Student Excellence. For the second year running, the awards were conferred virtually as a result of COVID-19.
ABC News Sydney filed this report into the NSW Government's plans for a staggered return to school for all students, starting in late October. Education officials are saying that the return to school still depends on the rate of infection in certain LGAs. Read more...