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Students and families at the Catholic Learning Community of St John XXIII Primary including St Mark’s College in Stanhope Gardens were recently treated to a dazzling launch of a new performance space that will provide great opportunities for the school as well as other schools within the Diocese. Read more...
Synopsis for 100 Days of Kindy Celebrations

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Bring it On Troupe Places 1st

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Justin Coulson Presentation 9 Ways to a Resilient Child

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This year’s Executive Director’s Summer Reading Challenge saw a remarkable 1,896 books read as part of the competition from 439 eager bookworms throughout our primary and secondary schools. Read more....

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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...
There was singing, dancing, screaming and sharing aplenty as 762 primary school students from Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains put their faith into action at the second LIFTED Live Jnr event. Read more...
As students across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains continued their preparations for the beginning of the 2019 school year this week, more than 500 Principals and Leaders of Learning gathered at Rosehill Racecourse for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s (CEDP) annual System Leaders’ Day. Read more...
St Mark’s Catholic College maths whiz, Alan Gariban, is split between studying pharmacy or psychology next year but he’ll no doubt take plenty of confidence into whatever he chooses after starring in the HSC. Alan, tied with nine others students for first in mathematics general 2. Read more...
Two St Mark's Catholic College students have achieved ‘First in Course’ recognition in the 2018 HSC. CEDP Director Greg Whitby is very proud of the ‘Class of 2018’, with strong results in the ‘All Rounders’ and ‘Distinguished Achievers’ lists and Parramatta Marist High the top Catholic system school in NSW. Read more...