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The changes coming to the new primary school curriculum this week

Almost 65,000 kindergarten students will start at NSW public schools this week as a new syllabus that mandates the use of phonics when teaching pupils to read is rolled out in all classrooms. Read more....

Voice of Youth celebrates 35 years of showcasing strong student voices

Six Year 6 students selected from across 59 primary schools in Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains recently competed in the Diocesan Voice of Youth Public Speaking Competition Grand Final on the 20th of September.

The challenge to build a contemporary, cutting-edge curriculum

For St Luke's principal, Greg Miller, the solution is in acknowledging that young people can learn anywhere, at any time, and not just within the hours of 8:30 and 3:00, Monday to Friday.

Local principals share NAPLAN tips

With NAPLAN returning this week for the first time since COVID-19, local schools are preparing to support students in the Nation-wide assessment for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. For many schools, this is the first time that NAPLAN will be conducted online. Read more...

School's new dual credentialing model allows students to gain HSC and Diploma

At St Luke’s Catholic College in Marsden Park, NSW, secondary students are being given the opportunity to gain both their HSC and a Diploma under a transformative new strategic plan. Read more...

High support learning centre opens at St Luke's

Pupils are settling into the school year at St Luke's Catholic College's Arrunga learning site at Marsden Park, a brand new high support learning setting that welcomes students with a diagnosis of moderate intellectual disability as a primary disability and low adaptive functioning. Read more...

Draft New Curriculum for Religious Education to be shared with local families

Relieving Executive Director Christine Howe invites the community to learn more about how the Curriculum is about sharing our Catholic faith with children and young people in Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Watch the video...

Cyber safety partnership making home learning safer

Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) is partnering with Family Zone to roll out cyber safety to support students with their home learning. Read more...

School takes a unique approach to study

St Luke's at Marsden Park has seen "phenomenal growth" since opening in 2017 with 86 students. Described as a "next generation learning community" the school now has 950 students from kindergarten to Year 9 as well as 50 children aged 3-5 who attend long day care on the same campus. Read more...

Innovation in Action

There are 10,584 registered schools in Australia and St Luke's has been recognised as one of the Top 40 most Innovative.