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3 days ago
Applications for the Premier’s Teacher Scholarships close in two weeks, on Friday 26 August.
A number of scholarships are available across various curriculum areas, with recipients awarded up to $15,000 to complete a 5-week study tour in early to mid 2023.
Eligible Catholic school teachers are encouraged to apply today! ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
KEYNOTE SPEAKER ANNOUNCEMENT - Catholic Schools NSW Education Law Symposium 2022: Catholic School Governance: In the Spirit of Service
We are delighted to announce that Mr Paul Martin, the Chief Executive Officer of the New South Wales Education Standards Authority (NESA), will be a keynote speaker at this year's Education Law Symposium: Catholic School Governance: In the Spirit of Service.
Further speaker announcements will be released shortly.
Places are limited, so register today to ensure you don’t miss out on the chance to hear from distinguished educational and legal experts at the CSNSW Education Law Symposium 2022!!
Register here: learn.csnsw.cloud/p/#/app/course-view/36519813/overview?instance=20643536
#CSNSW #2022EduLawSymposium #Governance ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Submissions are open for the RSL and Schools Remember ANZAC Art Competition for 2023
RSL NSW, Catholic Schools NSW, the Department of Education, and the Association of Independent Schools NSW have launched an art competition to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the RSL and the Schools Remember ANZAC Commemoration, which will take place in April 2023.
CSNSW encourages Catholic school students to participate in the RSL and Schools Remember ANZAC Art Competition. Selected artworks will be featured on the 2023 service program.
This competition is open to all students within NSW, with submissions (which MUST be made by the school) due by 16 September 2022!
The theme for this year’s artwork is ‘Why Lest we Forget’ (Why do we commemorate the ANZACS). The central concepts are:
• Significance of ANZAC Day
• Spirit of the ANZACs
• Sacrifice, Endurance, Mateship, Perseverance
For more information, please visit: www.rslnsw.org.au/artcompetition/
Good luck to all participants! ... See MoreSee Less
Today we celebrate the feast day of St Martha, patron saint of servants and cooks.
Saint Martha, pray for Catholic school students, families and staff, that we may learn to serve others with faith and courage in your footsteps.
Amen 🙏Today we honour a holy woman for whom Jesus had much love and who is a wonderful model of hospitality, work and service to us all: St Martha.
St Martha is the patron of those who serve and I'm sure we can all relate at some time in our lives to the tension around the dinner table in St Martha's home when as the person who constantly looks after the household chores, Martha complains of her sister Mary's unhelpfulness and does not even bother to remark on her brother Lazarus' indolence.
Yet Martha in turn learns to serve without being immersed in all the fuss as to lose sight of what it's all for, that she must put her Lord and family and friends and own peace of soul before her projects.
Like St Martha, we need faith and friendship in our lives, both contemplation and action, our feet on the ground and our eyes heavenward. St Martha, pray for us! ... See MoreSee Less
The 2022 Sydney Morning Herald HSC Study Guide is now available to help support our HSC students in the lead up to their final exams.
This year’s Guide is jam-packed with information and resources to help HSC students prepare for HSC exams and look after their mental health and wellbeing, including:
• tips for different HSC exams
• top scoring exam answers in 2021
• advice to manage and reduce stress
You can bookmark the Guide online: bit.ly/3aT1ACp or find a lift-out copy in yesterday’s edition of The Sydney Morning Herald. ... See MoreSee Less