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Captivate shines during spectacular showcase performance

Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students had the opportunity to shine when the Captivate performing and creative arts program recently hosted its 10th Anniversary Showcase at Quaycentre, Sydney Olympic Park. Read more...

Professional Collaboration is Key

Earlier this week, our school leadership team had the opportunity to take part in a professional learning day with St Luke’s Catholic College in Marsden Park. Read more...

Assembly Friday 22nd June 2018

Assembly Friday 22nd June 2018

2018 Year 5 Bathurst Trip

Our Year 5 students visited Bathurst where they learned how the discovery of gold influenced the Australian people. Read more .....

Refurbished Court Area Open For Fun!

On May 7, our students began using our newly refurbished lower court area.

Year 6 Visit Canberra!

Our Year 6 students visited the nation's capital, Canberra, where they learned about the political process of Australia and its government. Read more...

Everything’s Connected at 2016 System Leadership Day

Over 450 school and education office leaders in the Diocese of Parramatta gathered at Rosehill Gardens on Thursday 21 January 2016 for the annual system leadership day, prior to the commencement of the new school year.

Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta​ welcomes Bishop Vincent Long Van Nguyen

On 5 May 2016 His Holiness Pope Francis appointed the Most Reverend Vincent Long Van Nguyen OFMConv DD, as the fourth Bishop of the Diocese of Parramatta.

Mary Immaculate students building healthy lifestyle opportunities on the Chanel 7 Morning Show

The CUA School Fun Run program empowers kids, schools and communities to come together to raise much needed funds for their schools and communities, while learning about setting and achieving financial goals, all in a healthy, active environment. Mary Immaculate have so far raised $20,000 to develop the lower playground into a basketball/netball area and shaded space. Read more...

Mary Immaculate Primary School pupil awarded for his caring nature

Miguel, of Mary Immaculate Primary School in Quakers Hill, is one of 176 students from around the state recognised for his compassion, integrity and kindness. His caring attitude was awarded at a ceremony for the Fred Hollows Humanity Award at Parliament House last week.