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Six Year 6 students selected from across 59 primary schools in Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains recently competed in the Diocesan Voice of Youth Public Speaking Competition Grand Final on the 20th of September.
School Principal Anita Knezevic said that the playground is everything she dreamed it would be, seven years ago.
Students across Western Sydney are rallying together to support communities affected by the recent New South Wales and Queensland flood disaster. Causing mass devastation and destruction, the floods affected more than 40,000 households.
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.
With NAPLAN returning this week for the first time since COVID-19, local schools are preparing to support students in the Nation-wide assessment for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. For many schools, this is the first time that NAPLAN will be conducted online. Read more...
St Nicholas of Myra Primary School has been awarded $80,000 in funding for a new playground to be constructed for 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...
The St Nicholas of Myra community celebrated the 2019 Catholic Schools Week celebration with a whole school prayer, school tours and open classrooms.
Once again in 2019, St Nicholas of Myra is taking part in the Panthers Adopt a School program. Players from the first grade squad will visit students six times this year. Students get the opportunity to share their learning with the players, get autographs and ask some questions about what it is like to play in the National Rugby League.
Year 5 and 6 students recently questioned Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta Executive Director Greg Whitby about some of the big issues in education. Homework, bullying and school shoes were hot topics when Holy Family Primary, Emerton hosted the second ever Chatterbox Live. Read more...

 

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