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To add an article please email Tim Gilmour

The Launch of the 2019 Caritas' Project Compassion will be held at 10am on Tuesday 5 March at St Brigid's Catholic Church, Gwynneville.

The theme for Project Compassion 2019 is ‘’Lives change when we all give 100%”, which is based around giving in the name of hope

Important Message for schools visiting the NSW Parliament in 2019

This message is to let you know that, as there is a state election in March 2019, we will not know the availability of the Chambers for school role plays and tours in Terms 2, 3 and 4 until mid-April next year.​

Christmas / Advent Resource

Born In A Lowly Stable, is a music program aimed at Primary classes and may be of use to you and your students/staff, either now or into the future.

ACSP Conference 2019: Registration Open!

The Organising Committee for the Association of Catholic School Principals (ACSP) is delighted to welcome registrations for the NSW Conference 2019. The Conference will be held in Sydney at the Sheraton Grand Hyde Park, from Wednesday May 22 to Friday May 24, 2019.

The Australian Council for Educational Leaders would like to make a very special “SAVE THE DATE” announcement as we officially present: ACEL Early Childhood Conference 2019: Sharing the Responsibility.

​Early childhood education plays an integral role in linking parents, early childhood education services and community and providers to ensue that all children have access to quality​ learning opportunities.

Inside Industry - Bluescope Steelworks Tours and Excursions

A tour of the Steelworks in Port Kembla used to be a regular school excursion in the past – however – due to a number of factors – the tours have declined. Inside Industry is looking to restore a tour of the steelworks to the list of excursions for students in schools.


There is now a fully restored Visitors Centre to welcome and brief our guests and they are updating the tour content and delivery.


Inside Industry are happy to tailor our tours to the age, subject preference , length of tour, number of guests etc and even have a special relationship with Warrigal Charters to provide competitive bus hire. 

All of their guides have their ‘Working with Children Check’ and they welcome teachers, aids, parents to attend to supervise and help ensure the safety of the children.

Please see the attached flyer for more information.


ACEL National Conference 2019 - Vision and Voice 2-4 October 2019

​The Australian Council for Educational Leaders would like to make a very special "SAVE THE DATE" announcement

ACEL COLLABORATIVE PROFESSIONALISM - Evidence, Examples and Applications - Presented by Andy Hargreaves

Andy Hargreaves Collaborative Professionalism Workshops originally scheduled for Oct & Nov this year have been moved to March 2019. Due to recent personal injury suffered by Andy Hargreaves inhibiting his travel all current dates have been moved and confirmed for March 2019.

Registrations for this unmissable workshop across Australia & New Zealand are now open.


NESA CEO David de Carvalho joins Professor Pasi Sahlberg from the University of NSW’s Gonski Institute to discuss whether more technology in schools is as good as it's perceived to be.

Through his blog, David aims to challenge assumptions and clichés that are often thrown about in the education environment.


​Pope Francis has approved the Australian Bishops’ decision to hold a Plenary Council in Australia in 2020 and 2021. It is a significant moment for the Church in Australia to make decisions about the future. To prepare the agenda for the Plenary Council, all of God’s people are invited to reflect on the question: “What do you think God is asking of us in Australia at this time?”


​Following Francis Sullivan's address in relation to the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (the Royal Commission) at the Diocesan Assembly at Fairy Meadow in June 2017, participants were invited to ask questions. The Professional Standards and Child Protection Team have spent careful and considered time responding to the questions. Some of the questions were very similar and accordingly have been merged to avoid unnecessary repetition.


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