Our young pilgrims depart for World Youth Day in Lisbon in mid-July this year. Here’s how they are preparing for this life-changing experience. Bishop Vincent’s invitation to the Youth of Parramatta to join him on pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Lisbon set the wheels in motion for the teams from Catholic Schools and Catholic Youth Parramatta.
Over 100 Year 12 student leaders across all Diocesan Schools gathered at this years annual LIFTED Leaders to gain input and receive inspiration from Bishop Vincent, CEDP leadership and CYP (Catholic Youth Parramatta), and the new Executive Director, Mr Jack de Groot.
Beginning teachers, new school principals and leaders gathered for a moving celebration at St Patrick’s Cathedral Parramatta as Bishop Vincent Long and Parish Priests blessed and welcomed Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese staff to their new roles.
With more than 20 years of experience leading some of Australia’s largest not-for-profit organisations, Executive Director Jack de Groot is excited to begin a new journey with Catholic Schools Parramatta Diocese (CPSD)
One of the most exciting young stars in Australian athletics, St John XXIII Catholic College student Sebastian Sultana continues to show why he’s regarded as a future Olympic star with his double gold win at the recent Australian All Schools Track and Field Championships in Adelaide.
A high school career adviser from Rooty Hill is one of only four teachers in NSW to be honoured with a prestigious educator of the year award. Find out why she is so dedicated to helping students.
Gifted St John XXIII Catholic College student Sebastian Sultana is being heralded as a future Olympian and Commonwealth Games star after he and a number of other Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students produced amazing results at the NSW All Schools Championships recently.
Emu Plains resident and St Agnes Catholic High School teacher Lauren Walters has been named Education Rising Star of the Year at the Australian Education Awards, in addition to winning an Australian Schools Plus Early Career Teacher Award at the Commonwealth Bank Teaching Awards.