Is your child excessively self-critical, afraid of doing a task ‘wrong’ or prone to taking a while to bounce back from disappointment? They could be struggling with perfectionism. Jan Robinson speaks regularly to students
Peter Turner embodies what Catholic education is about turning a bunch of paddocks and chicken sheds into a first-class Catholic college in Sydney’s south west is just one of the highlights of Peter Turner’s
Sydney Catholic Schools’ students, families and staff are invited to submit their creative works to be showcased in our Lockdown Arts Festival. In this time of lockdowns and uncertainty, we want to celebrate
Saviola Rafoo The Archbishop’s Awards acknowledge the commitment to their faith, academic life, community and social justice of one student from each of 50 secondary schools in the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney.
The Year 12 students who received an Archbishop’s Award for Student Excellence this year are no strangers to the power of faith and action. Each year, the awards acknowledge the commitment to their faith,
Announcement of new Principal 2022 Dear Freeman Community, Please see the following Letter annoucement of Freeman Catholic College new Pricipal for 2022. Letter
Sydney Catholic Schools (SCS) is proud to announce that its second Family Forum will be focusing on student wellbeing and mental health. “Based on feedback from our staff and parents during our first Parent
Dear Freeman Community, Please see the attached letter regarding the COVID19 situation. Regards Thursday 8th July 2021 Term 3
Students from 92 schools will grace the stage in more than 400 solo and ensemble instrumental, drama, dance and choir performances, as part of Sydney Catholic Schools’ first Eisteddfod. The Eisteddfod will be held
Freeman Catholic College’s HSC results are cause for celebration. The Bonnyrigg Heights secondary college had the highest number of All-Round Achievers recipients from Sydney Catholic Schools’ cohort, with eight of the total 46 received.