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School leaders embrace diversity and inclusion for 2019!

As students across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains continued their preparations for the beginning of the 2019 school year this week, more than 500 Principals and Leaders of Learning gathered at Rosehill Racecourse for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s (CEDP) annual System Leaders’ Day. Read more...

Students embrace Indigenous cultural journey

Around 40 students from 10 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools attended the third annual Murama Youth Summit for a deeper appreciation of Indigenous culture and to learn how to keep culture alive! Read more...

Hawkesbury Hills Leadership Service Trip to the Northern Territory

Hawkesbury-Hills Leadership Service Trip to the Northern Territory

TAS and CAPA Showcase

Synopsis for TAS and CAPA Showcase

New Parliamentary Friendship group makes Catholic Schools the focus!

PARLIAMENTARY Friends of Catholic Schools was recently launched at NSW Parliament House. More than 150 NSW Members of Parliament and Catholic leaders including Diocese of Parramatta Bishop Most Reverend Vincent Long Van Nguyen OFM Conv DD and Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta Executive Director Greg Whitby attended the event. Read more...

Eco Group

Eco Group Garage Sale

Space Camp 2018

Space Camp 2018

Education Mass creates a 'first' for the Diocese of Parramatta

It was a first for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta recently when the largest cross section of Western Sydney schools attended the annual Diocesan Education Mass at the Cathedral Church of St Patrick’s in Parramatta. Read more…

SUITED to a career in education

For 48 Year 11 students from six Catholic schools across Western Sydney, a recent week long university immersion program provided an inspirational insight into teaching as a future vocation. Read more...

School bush dance a ‘barnstorming’ success

More than 800 people, including students and staff from Bede Polding College, attended Chisholm Catholic Primary School’s “Dance for Drought” on Thursday night, raising around $4000 for farming families doing it tough in Western NSW. Read more...

 

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