News & Events

Walk Safely to School Day 2021

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


First large-scale Cross Country

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


Celebrating 80 years in pictures

New history picture book Discovering Our Past tells the story of St Therese Catholic Primary School Mascot in its 80th year. Historical records show the blessing of the infants’ school and the inauguration of


A show of hands for NAIDOC Week

As part of 2020 NAIDOC Week celebrations one Sydney Catholic school has unveiled unique child hand drawings steeped in tradition and colour. “My hand pattern reminds me of the proud and positive feelings I


Let’s clap for our principal

On August 7, Australian Primary Principals’ Day, remember to take the time to thank Ms Gabrielle McAnespie for all she does for us. What you may not know about Ms McAnespie is that she


Schools embrace the father factor

It’s pretty rare for a school event to draw a hundreds-strong crowd. But it’s also rare for a school event to cater exclusively to fathers. When St Therese Catholic Primary School Mascot decided to


Rugby sevens success for St Therese

Hail to St Therese Catholic Primary Mascot, winners of the under-12s rugby sevens State Cup final at Parramatta. The squad of 12 players – Luca Cleverley, Luini Sete-Falemaka, Jessie Skeene, Julian Sommer, Edward Stewart,