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With NAPLAN returning this week for the first time since COVID-19, local schools are preparing to support students in the Nation-wide assessment for students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9. For many schools, this is the first time that NAPLAN will be conducted online. Read more...
Holy Family Primary Emerton students have tucked into a fun new learning program focused on food and sustainability. The FEAST from Australia’s leading food rescue charity OzHarvest sees students getting involved in hands-on cooking activities in the classroom. Read more...
Students at one caring Emerton primary school just love coming to school...in the holidays! This is thanks to Jump Start, a free and super-fun school holiday program that’s back this Spring break. Read more...
Relieving Executive Director Christine Howe invites the community to learn more about how the Curriculum is about sharing our Catholic faith with children and young people in Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains. Watch the video...
This week at Holy Family Emerton we were visited by Captivate, had a Crazy Hair day and we celebrated Book Week! Read more...
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) is partnering with Family Zone to roll out cyber safety to support students with their home learning. Read more...
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools aim to support continued student learning as our community responds to COVID-19. Holy Family Primary Emerton in Mount Druitt has a new online learning platform that is not only educational, but also focuses on the wellbeing of its students. Read more...
A snippet of the wonderful things that happen at Holy Family during term 4....stay tuned for week! Read more...
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and at Holy Family Primary School in Emerton, a new breakfast program has been launched to ensure that it stays that way! Read more...
Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) teachers were given the chance to see how the Positive Behaviour Support for Learning (PBS4L) framework is making a difference at Holy Cross Primary Glenwood. The school hosted up to 120 CEDP teachers and staff along with the Executive Director Greg Whitby and Director of Learning Sue Walsh, as they shared their PBS4L journey so far. Read more...