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Catholic education champion calls time after 48 years service

Greg Whitby AM KSG will retire as Executive Director of Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta at the end of the 2022 school year. Over more than 40 years service to education, Greg has been a champion of innovation and change in learning and teaching.

Readers are winners

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.

Blacktown high school leaders share their future goals

Blacktown’s Catholic school leaders have shared their future hopes and ambitions. Meet our inspiring student leaders.

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Hit for six - NSW Premier Cricket teacher’s astonishing performance

Sydney cricketer and St Agnes Rooty Hill teacher Luke Dempsey scored his last first grade century eight long years ago. Now he’s scored one of the most extraordinary tons ever seen.

2021 HSC school duxes reveal future plans

Top students from across the state — recognised as their school’s dux recipient — have revealed their plans post high school.

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Rooty Hill school trumpets student’s success

Despite the challenges of completing HSC Music during COVID-19 lockdown, St Agnes Catholic High School Rooty Hill Year 12 student William Palaki’s final year at school ended on a high note. Read more...

Winning streak continues for Parramatta leaders

Just days after big wins at the NSW Training Awards, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta is celebrating again after winning two prestigious Australian Council for Education Leaders (ACEL) NSW Awards. Read more...

More time to prepare for HSC exams

HSC students will be given more time to work on their major projects and to prepare for exams to reduce the impact of the current COVID-19 lockdown. Read more...

HSC trial exams delayed by two weeks for more than 500 schools

Trial exams written by the CSSA - once known as the Catholic Secondary Schools Association - which are purchased and run by more than 500 Catholic, independent and public schools were due to begin on July 26 but have been delayed until August 9, system leaders were told late on Thursday. Read more...

Student leaders encouraged to be ‘agents of the Gospel’

Coming to the end of their schooling journey, Year 12 student leaders have been given the opportunity to reflect on their years of Catholic education. Read more...