From Lego projects to recipe sharing, Sydney Catholic Schools’ Family Educators are leading the charge to help families stay connected to their school, parish and neighbourhood communities this lockdown. “Now, more than ever, while
Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) is proud to announce that its second Family Forum will be focusing on student wellbeing and mental health. “Based on feedback from our staff and parents during our first Parent
Students from 92 schools will grace the stage in more than 400 solo and ensemble instrumental, drama, dance and choir performances, as part of Sydney Catholic Schools’ first Eisteddfod. The Eisteddfod will be held
Congratulations to our students that attended the Archdiocesan Cross Country, with 2 students making it through to the next level!
Sydney Catholic Schools’ Road Safety Education Officer, Andrew Sortwell, invites parents to role model good pedestrian behaviour on Walk Safely to School Day 2021 – and every day. Calling all primary school parents! Consider
To celebrate ANZAC day some of our school leaders represented Holy Spirit by attending the North Ryde RSL dawn service to place a wreath for our fallen soldiers. Following we held a whole school
More than 2500 Sydney Catholic Schools’ (SCS) primary students will represent their schools at the inaugural Cross Country Carnival at Sydney Motorsport Park, Eastern Creek, on Wednesday 5 May. St Francis of Assisi
Term 2 Holy Spirit Chess Lessons have now begun once a week during lunch. Our students are making new friends through opportunities to develop their logical thinking and problem solving skills.
At the end of Term 1 our Year 6 students attended camp, where they participated in lots of fun activities such as; giant swing, mud run, and tree top climbs.
Our students are working on activities at home to complete with their families using our Lenten Family Calendar.