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News & Events

Sydney Catholic Schools announces new Sports Council

Sydney Catholic Schools’ Executive Director, Tony Farley, today announced the formation of a new Sports Council via an online video message to all students, parents and staff. The Sports Council will play a pivotal role in the streamlining of structural and administration functions in Sport across all 150 primary and secondary schools in the Sydney Catholic Schools system. In case you missed it, you can watch Mr Farley’s announcement

Primary Sports Awards winners announced

Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) has recognised the achievements of more than 130 student athletes during this year’s virtual Primary Sports Awards ceremony. Seven young rising sports stars were also lauded during the ceremony on Friday 3 December.  In case you missed it, you can still watch the ceremony via the live link below. Hosted by Damien Kerr, Manager: Pre to Post Sport at SCS, the

WATCH LIVE: Sydney Catholic Schools’ Primary Sports Awards

Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) will recognise its high-achieving 2021 student athletes during a Primary Sports Awards ceremony on Friday, 3 December.  The ceremony will be streamed live on Sydney Catholic Schools' Facebook page at 9am and will also be available for later viewing on the SCS website and YouTube channel.  More than 130 students will be congratulated for their sporting achievements during the ceremony, with a special focus on

Revealed: Lockdown Arts Festival Winners

We’re excited to share with you the winners of Sydney Catholic Schools’ Lockdown Arts Festival. Themed Looking outwards from a life in lockdown, the festival celebrates the joy, creativity, optimism and resilience of our Sydney Catholic Schools’ community during the pandemic. Launched during lockdown, our Sydney Catholic Schools’ students, families and staff submitted more than 900 creative works showcasing their incredible creative talent. Please CLICK ON THE CATEGORY NAMES

Wellbeing: The Sydney Catholic Schools approach

A legacy of care unique to Catholic education has laid the foundations for a robust and positive approach to wellbeing at Sydney Catholic Schools. A HISTORY OF PASTORAL CARE Catholic schools became synonymous with pastoral care in the 1980s when many adopted the work of Marist Brother and member of Little Brothers of Mary (FMS), Brother Kevin Treston. The educator and author’s book, Pastoral Care for Schools, quickly became