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Engaging Authentic Student Voice: CEDoW Director’s Student Advisory Council

Posted 6 November 2018 by Catholic Education in Director's News

The opening meeting of the Director’s Student Advisory Council was held at Studio5 located within the Emmaus Catholic Education Centre in Macarthur. It was the first meeting of a newly formed council which aims to offer insight and guidance to CEDoW and School Leadership Teams.

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St Joseph’s Albion Park leads the charge on EnviroWeek action

Posted 30 October 2018 by Catholic Education in 'Environment Matters' Blog

St Joseph’s, Albion Park has used this year’s EnviroWeek to celebrate and further their fantastic efforts to build environmental awareness, action and a strong school spirit around caring for creation.


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St Columbkille’s Corrimal girls and boys dominate school footy competitions

Posted 26 October 2018 by Catholic Education in Sport News

If the St George Illawarra Dragons are looking for a breeding ground of young talent, they need look no further than St Columbkille’s, Corrimal. The primary school has yet again nurtured their students’ NRL footy skills and teamwork to great success - this year coming away both the boys’ Rod Wishart Shield and girls’ Sam Bremner Shield.

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Recognition for Environmental Action

Posted 24 October 2018 by Beth Riolo in 'Environment Matters' Blog

The Staff and Students of St Joseph's Primary School Bulli take very seriously their call to care for the planet and have recently introduced a special award that recognises those people in their community who have demonstrated their commitment and care for the environment.

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Response to the National Apology to the Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse

Posted 22 October 2018 by Catholic Education in Director's News

A joint statement from CEDoW Director of Schools, Peter Turner, and the Executive of the Catholic Principals’ Association of the Diocese of Wollongong, in response to today's National Apology to the Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse.

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Stella Maris students drive their learning

Posted 22 October 2018 by Catholic Education and with contributions from Stella Maris students: Ella Donnelly; Emma Judd; Jake Petrovski and Sienna Leahy in News

How can we, as expert members of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, investigate Australia’s relationship with Asian nations so that we can inform people about our diversity and persuade them to become more globally connected through our World Expo display? That was the driving question posed to Year 6 students at Stella Maris, Shellharbour, as part of their Term 3 Project-Based Learning (PBL) initiative.

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Science fun on offer for all students at St Joseph’s Albion Park

Posted 19 October 2018 by Catholic Education in News

Bunsen burners, crazy chemical reactions, liquid nitrogen experiments and making slime… it’s all the best parts of science on offer for students in the St Joseph’s, Albion Park Science Club. A place where mistakes are all learning opportunities and all learning opportunities are fun, the fortnightly get-together is keeping students excited, engaged and educated about the wonderful world of science.

Read more about the St Joseph's Science Club and hear from students directly via video. 

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CEDoW’s mBot coding competition challenges primary and secondary students

Posted 16 October 2018 by Catholic Education in News

mBots at the ready! School versus school, mate versus mate, it was game on for the regional rounds of CEDoW’s 2018 mBot Coding Competition. Students from Years 2 to 10 from across the Diocese have used the fun, competitive atmosphere as an opportunity to test out their coding abilities across a range of robotics challenges.

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Come along to our DOW Spotlight on Technology 2018 event!

Posted 15 October 2018 by Catholic Education in News

Teachers and school staff are warmly invited to come along to our DOW Spotlight on Technology 2018 event at the end of October to see a range of interesting panels, fun workshops, engaging presentations and more.  

Technology • Science • Art • Making Things Happen!

Read on for details and more information on the two-day event (including a special evening event for parents).

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Ss Peter and Paul student receives letter from the Queen

Posted 10 October 2018 by Catholic Education in News

While many take for granted the Queen’s Birthday public holiday as a chance to enjoy a long weekend, a Kindergarten student from Ss Peter and Paul, Kiama certainly did not.

Young Harry McInnes was amazed that he received a whole day off from school on Monday 11 June and wanted to know more about this holiday.

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CEDoW schools give generously to Vinnies Winter Appeal

Posted 5 October 2018 by Catholic Education in News

Catholic primary and secondary schools across the Diocese of Wollongong have creatively and generously raised funds and donated goods to the Vinnies Winter Appeal over the past several months to help those in need in our region this winter.

Our school communities have dug deep to make a significant difference to local families struggling this winter and beyond. They’ve held collection drives, sleepouts, pyjama days, ‘winter woolies’ mufti days and walkathons to raise over $15,000 dollars for local Vinnies conferences and donate several thousand much-needed essentials, including blankets, warm clothes, toiletries, canned goods and other food items.

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‘Because of her, we can!’ NAIDOC Profile: KARAN TAYLOR

Posted 29 September 2018 by Catholic Education in Yarning Circle – News From Around The Diocese

CEDoW Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Education Professional Officer, Karan Taylor, is a remarkable Aboriginal Catholic woman. Starting as a parent sharing her Aboriginal cultural knowledge with her children’s classes to now leading a team of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education across the Diocese of Wollongong, Karan’s contribution to our Catholic education system and school communities has been immense. 

In light of this year’s NAIDOC theme, ‘Because of her, we can!’, and Karan recently receiving a prestigious NATSICC (National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council) Service to Community Award, we spoke to Karan about her life and work in a four-part audio interview here…

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Good Samaritan school community puts on Camelot performance spectacular!

Posted 27 September 2018 by Catholic Education in News

In a formidable coming-together of a school community, Good Samaritan Fairy Meadow students from Kindergarten to Year 6, former students, parents, grandparents and teachers have worked together to put on a spectacular stage performance of ‘Kids in Camelot’.

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End of Term Message

Posted 27 September 2018 by Peter Turner in Director's News

As we come to the end of a busy, and for some schools, exceptionally challenging Term, I take this opportunity to thank each of you for your work, and to wish you a safe and enjoyable break.

This week has witnessed the graduation of our Year 12 students across the Diocese.

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Year 5 and 6 students impress judges and guests at 2018 Christmas Story Art Exhibition

Posted 23 September 2018 by Catholic Education in News

In early Term 3, over a thousand Year 5 and 6 students started with a blank canvas for the Christmas Story Art Competition. Now, after weeks of reflection, planning and work with a range of art materials and techniques, 50 talented young artists have had their artworks selected and celebrated at CEDoW's 2018 Christmas Story Art Exhibition.

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CEDoW raises over $25,000 for Vinnies NSW Drought Appeal

Posted 20 September 2018 by Catholic Education in News

In a wonderful gesture of kindness, Year 4 student Beau Hart from Stella Maris, Shellharbour recently donated to the Vinnies Drought Appeal his valuable ice-cream container of savings for an upcoming holiday.

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John Therry's Malek Malual picks up USA basketball scholarship

Posted 15 September 2018 by Macarthur Advertiser in Sport News

John Therry Rosemeadow student, Malek Malual, may be late bloomer in basketball circles but he has wasted little time making a big impression.

Malek, who only became interested in the sport four years ago, has been offered a USA basketball scholarship as a pathway to play in the NBA.

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Diocese’s Year 6 students delight in Masses with the Bishop

Posted 10 September 2018 by Catholic Education in News

In inspiring and uplifting celebrations, over 1,500 students from Year 6 classrooms around the Diocese have gathered together as communities of faith with Bishop Brian Mascord to mark their final year of primary school.

The series of Year 6 Masses with the Bishop saw students, staff, clergy and guests from 30 school communities congregate in three regional clusters across the Diocese of Wollongong.

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CEDoW teachers celebrated at Accreditation Recognition Ceremony

Posted 6 September 2018 by Catholic Education in News

In a room full of optimism for the promise of the rich teaching careers lying ahead of them, 77 CEDoW staff have been officially acknowledged as Proficient Teachers by Director of Schools, Peter Turner, Catholic school principals and CEDoW leaders at the annual Accreditation Recognition Ceremony.

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St Paul’s, Moss Vale celebrates 70 years of education: “All to all in faith and learning!”

Posted 29 August 2018 by Catholic Education in News

Through a wonderful series of events, St Paul’s, Moss Vale have recently celebrated their 70th anniversary and also, 130 years since the official blessing of St Paul's Parish Catholic Church. Students have prayed, painted, sung, danced and gone ‘back in time’ on a history walk – all marking this significant milestone in the life of their community.

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