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News & Events

Calling all creatives!

Sydney Catholic Schools’ students, families and staff are invited to submit their creative works to be showcased in our Lockdown Arts Festival. In this time of lockdowns and uncertainty, we want to celebrate the joy, creativity and optimism of our SCS community. The theme of the Festival is Looking outwards from a life in lockdown and is open to all students, their families and our staff. We have

‘Be a light in lockdown’: Tips for staying connected

From Lego projects to recipe sharing, Sydney Catholic Schools’ Family Educators are leading the charge to help families stay connected to their school, parish and neighbourhood communities this lockdown. “Now, more than ever, while we are physically separated, we need to feel connected,” says Sydney Catholic Schools’ Education Officer: Church Engagement, Mouna Roche, a sentiment that’s echoed by her colleagues, Elsa Manu and Bernadette Bridle. Mrs Roche said the

Register NOW: Term 3 Family Forum

Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) is proud to announce that its second Family Forum will be focusing on student wellbeing and mental health. “Based on feedback from our staff and parents during our first Parent Forum in Term 2 and subsequent Facebook Live COVID-19 Q&A sessions, Sydney Catholic Schools is pleased to host a webinar outlining the programs and resources designed to help your child thrive,” our Executive Director, Tony

Sydney Catholic Schools’ first Eisteddfod

Students from 92 schools will grace the stage in more than 400 solo and ensemble instrumental, drama, dance and choir performances, as part of Sydney Catholic Schools’ first Eisteddfod. The Eisteddfod will be held over four Fridays at Sydney Catholic Schools’ first dedicated performing arts college, Southern Cross Catholic College Burwood, starting on 28 May. Points will be awarded for each place, certificate and participation. The school with the

Principal’s Day

At Christ the King, we feel very blessed to have our Principal Mrs Scola lead us. She shows care for every student and knows all students by their names. Listen to the video to hear CTK students’ perspectives of Mrs Scola.  On 1 May we celebrated International Principal’s Day. We continue to ask God’s blessing on Mrs Scola and the work she does for our community: Almighty God, Thank