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In coming months, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta will complete a comprehensive three-year school Energy Efficiency program that is tipped to reduce carbon emissions by 2,442 tonnes each year. Read more...
Truth-telling was the focus when Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta representatives were Welcomed to Dharug Country during Reconciliation Week. The powerful event held on the site of the Blacktown Native Institute in Oakhurst will have a lasting impact as Catholic schools in Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains put Reconciliation into action in 2021. Read more...
This morning, we welcomed our lovely Mother's, Grandmothers, Aunties, Sisters and Mum-like figures into our School to celebrate Mother's Day. Read more...
At St Patrick's Primary Blacktown, our staff, students and parents are engaged in a variety of outreach initiatives each year, including the Caritas Australia Lenten Appeal, St Vincent De Paul’s Winter & Christmas Appeal and other outreach activities. Read more...
From a mud run, giant swing to power fans and canoeing adventures, camp was an experience of a lifetime! Read more...
On Friday we gathered as a school community to pay our respects to the ANZACS and many people who continue to serve and protect our country. Read more...
On 31st of March 2021 we celebrated the many talents of the St Patrick’s community through our annual Cross Country Carnival.
Congratulations to Jessica Malouf, Daniel Malouf, Kanisha Halder, Paige and Isla Cunningham who all received awards for completing the 2020/2021 Executive Director’s Summer Reading Challenge. Read more....
This week, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools will celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Rescheduled due to COVID-19, NAIDOC Week events include smoking ceremonies, an all-schools dance lesson streamed through Youtube and the virtual Murama Indigenous Youth Summit. Read more...
Students from Catholic schools across Western Sydney attended the fourth annual Murama Youth Summit to gain a deeper appreciation of Australia’s unique Indigenous culture. The inspirational event encouraged each of them to achieve their best no matter what setbacks might come their way.