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Up to 75 Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta school were represented at the annual Diocesan Education Mass which featured an inspiring homily by Bishop Vincent Long aimed at re energising schools in their mission to transform the lives of their students. Read More...
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) teachers were given the chance to see how the Positive Behaviour Support for Learning (PBS4L) framework is making a difference at Holy Cross Primary Glenwood. The school hosted up to 120 CEDP teachers and staff along with the Executive Director Greg Whitby and Director of Learning Sue Walsh, as they shared their PBS4L journey so far. Read more...
Grandparents throughout Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta were celebrated by their families and local school communities on the Feast Day of St Anne and St Joachim recently. This special day is named for the parents of St Mary, mother of Jesus! Read more...
Up to 250 parents participated in Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s third Chatterbox Live event. The popular Q&A session provided parents and carers with a direct line to Executive Director Greg Whitby. Read more...
On Monday the 27th of May, year 4 went to Wattamolla National Park for our Geography unit on the environment. Click here to see and read more...
Nineteen Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools have `switched on’ to free solar power and energy efficient LED lighting, under a program tipped to reduce carbon emissions of 2,442 tonnes each year across the schools. Read more...
School students across the Diocese of Parramatta took time out this week to show their mums some love. BBQ breakfasts, gift stalls and liturgies were just some of the special ways that mums, nans and other special people were honoured this Mother’s Day. Read more...

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Last Wednesday 2V led our school assembly, with a special liturgy focusing on our mothers, grandmothers and carers. Click on the image to the left to read and see more images.
On 5th April, Kindergarten children from Holy Spirit Primary School, St Clair, connected via Google Hangout with Aboriginal Elder, Aunty Trish, and Aboriginal lecturer, Nay, all the way from Melbourne! We had a chat about what life was like growing up for Aboriginal families as the children were curious to find out more about the differences and similarities across cultures. Read more...

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On this National Day of Action against Bullying, Holy Spirit students reflected on what it means to be a buddy rather than a bully. Click here to read more ....

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