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Year 7 students are learning four different languages, all in the one space!

School leaders embrace diversity and inclusion for 2019!

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...

The Hundred Acre Wood

The naming of the new Kindergarten Learning Spaces, inspired by Winnie-the-Pooh

Eleven Schools to One

Students from 11 different schools recently joined students from St Luke's for the 2019 Year 7 Orientation day, learning all about what an education at St Luke's has to offer. Read more...

Rouse Hill Times: Student numbers continue to skyrocket

St Luke's Catholic College was recently featured in the Rouse Hill Times as a result of skyrocketing student numbers with an increased demand from surrounding areas. Read more...

Students learn their fruits and veggies

Stage 1 students at St Luke's Catholic College in Elara, Marsden Park were treated to a lesson with a difference when they were visited by The Good Foundation on Tuesday. Read more...

School bush dance a ‘barnstorming’ success

More than 800 people, including students and staff from St Luke’s Catholic College Marsden Park, attended Chisholm Catholic Primary School’s “Dance for Drought” on Thursday night, raising around $4000 for farming families doing it tough in Western NSW. Read more...

Oh, this is the greatest show!

A term’s worth of work was showcased at St Luke’s on Wednesday 26 September as students put their Adventure Learning on display for other students and parents and grandparents. And what a show it was! Read more...

Convicts and Talking Tim Tams

This term in Stage Two students have been making their learning connect. In most of their learning areas they have completed activities that link with their Inquiry Unit, “Who does Australia really belong to?” Read more...

Schools unite to support our farmers!

Catholic schools across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains have united in their bid to raise much-needed funds for NSW’s drought-stricken farmers raising over $10,000 through various fundraising initiatives.