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
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
My child is 5-8 years old. What should I look for when picking a book they will want to read? We asked Sydney Catholic Schools’ Education Officer: Reading Recovery, Rosemary Peric. 1. What should
Here are some of 5/6W’s finished ‘Moments in Time’. Aren’t they fabulous? Thanks to @zartart for the Book Week lesson idea!
6M are recycling old paintbrushes and exploring the element of FORM to create some fun characters. They are still a work in progress, but are really starting to take shape.
Year 3 have been learning about the element of FORM and are creating these amazing animal sculptures!
Inspired by the book ‘Little Red’ by Bethan Woolvin, Year 2 created these fun forest landscapes. The students are continuing to develop their painting skills and they learnt how to use size, colour value
It is always a surprise when you ‘pull’ prints! Will it be blurry, faded or just right? Year 4 students looked at the work of Australian artist Maggie Stein, created their own printing plates
Our Kindergarten students have been as busy as bees in the art room!
Day 9: Looking for a meaningful way to celebrate Advent with your family? Creating and decorating a Jesse Tree is the perfect excuse to come together and learn more about Jesus' family history. Make