Athletics Carnival 2017
Wednesday 8th March, Year 7 and competitive swimming students in Years 8-12 participated in the Annual College Swimming Carnival held at Blacktown Aquatic Centre. The girls performed outstandingly well on the day, with several school records broken by Abby Slaughter.
Onstage 2017
Principal Blog Issue 4 2017
The Encore showcase features exemplary musical performances and compositions from the 2016 HSC practical examinations in Music 1, Music 2 and Music Extension.
Caroline Chisholm College Biggest NAPLAN Improvement
Premier of NSW and Minister for Education to sign an agreement with Catholic Education, Parramatta. The agreement is that the new school to be built in Sydney Science Park, Luddenham, will be a Catholic School, focusing on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths).
Principal Blog Issue 3 2017
Principal Blog Issue 2 2017
Enrolment 2018, Open night: Monday 6 March 2017 (6-8.30pm)
Principal Blog Issue 1 2017
School News - Uniform shop Extended Hours, Book Collection, BYOD session
Principal Report Issue 19 2016
Principal Report Issue 18 2016
Principal Report Issue 17 2016
Principal Report Issue 16 2016
Principal Report Issue 15 2016
Onstage 2016 Nominations
Principal Report Issue 14 2016
Year 8 Reflection Day
School Football Knockout Report
Principal Report Issue 13 2016
Principal Report Issue 12 2016
Japanese Exchange Students
Principal Report Issue 11
Principal Report Issue 10
Principal Report Issue 9
Year 12 Reflection Day 2016
Invitation to join CCC for a conversation about homework in high school.
8.30am-12.00pm and 1pm-2.30pm on Thursday 21 January, Friday 22 January, Wednesday 27 January & Thursday 28 January
Six students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park had their work nominated for ARTEXPRESS whilst completing Visual Arts during their Higher School Certificate (HSC).
Catholic schools in the Diocese of Parramatta have seen some exceptional results in the 2015 Higher School Certificate (HSC) with a number of schools making significant improvements in their overall results.
The teacher accreditation landscape is changing as the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards (BOSTES) continues to work on implementing the Teacher Accreditation Act.
From 3-5 December 2015, students from secondary schools throughout the Diocese attended the Australian Catholic Youth Festival (ACYF) in Adelaide.
Campion have extended the closing date for text book orders until 15th December 2015. Late orders will still be delivered but not by 27th January 2016.
Visual Arts and Photography Exhibition
Purchasing of e-Textbooks for Year 8. 9 and 10 Students for 2016
River Voices event has been postponed due to bad weather. A new date will be advised shortly.
Thursday 8 October 2015, a number of Principals were farewelled by the diocese.
The annual Principals’ Masterclass was held on 8 and 9 October 2015, at Rooty Hill RSL, giving school leaders a valuable opportunity to come together to share ideas and participate in professional learning.
The annual Bishop’s Award for Student Excellence which recognises the religious and academic achievement of Year 12 students across the Diocese of Parramatta.
Reading Recovery teachers recently took part in a professional learning day.
On the weekend of 29th and 30th August the schools agriculture students participated and competed in events at the annual Penrith Show.
The ceramic works of six students from Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park’s Year 10 Ceramics unit, ‘Notanda’, have been selected for a special exhibition in the Penrith Regional Gallery.
More than 75 student leaders from secondary schools across the Diocese of Parramatta met at St Patrick's Cathedral Hall on Tuesday 5 May.
The Stop Work Action for next Tuesday 28 April has been suspended. School will be on as normal.
Congratulations to all entrants of the 2015 Catholic Schools Week NSW/ACT Video Competition - ‘What will your Catholic school of tomorrow look like?’. We are delighted to announce the winners in each division for this year’s competition.
The carnival has been cancelled for today due to current weather conditions and forecasts of continuing poor weather. Today, Monday 20 April, will be a normal school day. Please come in normal uniform prepared for the classes on Day 6 of the timetable. We will let you know when arrangements are made for an alternative day to run the carnival.
We will make a final decision tomorrow morning at 6.30 am to say whether the carnival is postponed or will run, either normally or in an alternative format.
In the lead up to the NSW election on 28 March, the Diocese of Parramatta continues to meet with both Labor and Coalition MPs and candidates to ensure that funding of Catholic schooling, particularly in Western Sydney, is a key commitment for the next State Government.
Red Brain Green Brian
Catholic Schools Week is a celebration that brings together Catholic school communities across New South Wales, held 8-14 March 2015.
The Executive Director’s Summer Reading Challenge has had another successful year with over 620 students reading 10,000 books over the school holidays – that’s a new competition record!
Over 450 school and education office leaders in the Diocese of Parramatta gathered at Rosehill Gardens on Thursday 22 January for the annual system leadership day prior to the commencement of the new school year.
The HSC results has seen three students from our Catholic schools achieve first in the state for their subjects.
Uniform shop opening times 2015, Tuesday's 8.00am to 10.30am and 2.00pm to 3.30pm
Four HSC students from Caroline Chisholm College have been selected to feature their work in the annual ARTEXPRESS exhibition.
Catholic schools in the Diocese of Parramatta has seen some exceptional results in the 2014 Higher School Certificate (HSC) with a number of schools making significant improvements in their overall results.
Uniform Shop opening during holidays January Wed 21st, Thurs 22nd, Fri 23rd and Tues 27th from 9.30am to 2.00pm
Every year, the Executive Director of Schools, Greg Whitby, invites students all over the Diocese of Parramatta to participate in the Executive Director’s Summer Reading Challenge.
For the seventh consecutive year, students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 sat the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (Naplan) in May. Results released in September identified many areas of improvement for students in the Diocese of Parramatta
The Mass of Thanksgiving to God on the Occasion of the Farewell of Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop-elect of Sydney and Administrator of the Diocese of Parramatta, was held at St Patrick’s Cathedral Parramatta on Wednesday 5 November.
Hundreds of students across the Diocese of Parramatta have honoured their teachers in celebration of World Teachers Day by taking a selfie with their favourite teacher.
Greg Whitby, HSC Students, Message from director of schools CEO Parramatta
This year, a record number of 79,679 students are enrolled in Higher School Certificate (HSC) courses with more than 2,800 from the Parramatta diocese.
How to clear space on your iPad.
In front of a packed media conference today, the school captain of Catherine McAuley College, Karina Wright, thanked Bishop Anthony on behalf of all the Diocesan schools for his love and support.
Cristin Warda from Caroline Chisholm College was recognised at the annual Bishop of Parramatta Awards for Student Excellence, which recognise the religious and academic achievement of senior secondary students across the Diocese of Parramatta.
Year 12 Graduation Award Recipients
Students at Caroline Chisholm College, Glenmore Park launched their radio show, Chit Chat recently, broadcasting their own program content live from the school’s studio.
The annual Bishop of Parramatta Awards for Student Excellence, which recognises the religious and academic achievement of senior secondary students across the Diocese of Parramatta, were held at St Patrick’s Cathedral on Thursday 11 September.
Chit Chat Radio at Caroline Chisholm
Three of our Year 12 VET Students received awards at the Schools Industry Partnerships Awards.
The annual Prinicipals Masterclass was held on 13 and 14 August at the Rooty Hill RSL Club, giving school leaders a valuable opportunity to come together to share ideas and participate in professional learning.
School Social Media - keeping in contact with Caroline Chisholm from any device.
Masquerade Party 2014 supporting St Vincent de Paul
Sunday 21st September 2014, Parish Picnic
Year 10 attending the B-Streetsmart Road Safety Forum.
I would like to invite you to a meeting at the school on 26th August at 6.30pm to discuss the possibility of forming an ex students group.
In Term 3, school staff are invited to have a cuppa and donate to the Bishop Manning Scholarship Fund appeal.
Events were held across the diocese of Parramatta on Friday 8 August in honour of the Feast Day of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop.
Hundreds of students from 35 primary and secondary Catholic schools from across the Diocese showcased their creative talents in a series of music, dance and strings performances throughout June, culminating in the ‘Best Of’ performance on 23 June.
Caroline Chisholm Dance Company competed in the prestigious Sydney Eisteddfod at the University of New South Wales on Saturday 26th July.
The Evatt Debating Competition is a mock simulation of the real UN Security Council that a couple of our students had the opportunity to participate in.
PDSSSC Netball Gala Day held at Jamison Park on Tuesday 22 July.
Celebrating our 40th anniversary was an exciting day for all last Friday.
Quotes from the Japanese Language Day held on Wednesday 30 July.
Last Friday you were informed about industrial action taking place across schools in the Diocese of Parramatta on Wednesday 23 July.
To commemorate the Canonisation of Pope John Paul II and his connection to the Diocese of Parramatta, Bishop Anthony Fisher OP, has announced that Terra Sancta College will be renamed St John Paul II Catholic College, Nirimba and Schofields from the commencement of Term 3 this year.
The proposed new Enterprise Agreement was sent to all Catholic school staff and the Independent Education Union (IEU) today, Monday 7 April to begin a process of consultation to consolidate a number of existing agreements into a single state-wide agreement which supports high quality contemporary teaching and learning.
Caroline Chisholm College Presents Annie the Musical
The findings and recommendations of the Review of Religious Education for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta were presented to a forum of over 200 parish priests, principals and Religious Education coordinators on 5 June at Rosehill Gardens.
Year 7 went on an excursion last week to the ABC studios in Ultimo, where they got to watch an open rehearsal of the Sydney Symphony.
While there are an abundance of apps available in this field I will outline a few of the most relevant for Australian young people. I hope that you take a moment to have a look at some of these apps, and see which ones may be suitable or helpful for someone in your family.
Over three days in April, Tara Bennett and I joined 18 passionate Year 10 students from Caroline Chisholm College, at a camp run by the University of Western Sydney (UWS) Hawkesbury Campus and the Royal Agricultural Society (RAS).
Lauren Dahl, of Year 11, competed in the NSW All Schools Swimming carnival on Monday 5th May. She placed 3rd in the 100m backstroke, with a time of 1.07.08.
Within the recent newsletter you will find a letter about the Diocesan Works Fund and their faith@work appeal.
Students are regularly creating work on the iPad that needs saving, this is often saved in Google Drive and other cloud storage, however, regular iPad backup into iTunes is also essential.
Senior students compete and win mock trial against Penrith High School.
The Federal Government’s priority to cut the budget deficit will significantly reduce school funding in real terms and create greater uncertainty for schools says Executive Director of Schools, Greg Whitby
A report in a Sydney newspaper saying Catholic school teachers are considering strike action over a proposed Enterprise Agreement from Catholic employers is premature and does not do justice to the consultation process says Executive Director of Schools, Greg Whitby.
Throughout May, Catholic schools across the Diocese of Parramatta will be taking part in the Diocesan Works Fund (DWF) Appeal faith@work.
Goal setting is an important part of students' lifelong learning and at CCC we facilitate opportunities for students to develop these skills more.
Students from the Diocese of Parramatta have excelled in the Executive Director’s Summer Reading Challenge with over 8,000 books read during the summer. Over 500 students from Catholic schools across the Diocese of Parramatta entered the competition this year.
Educators are encouraged to apply for the 2014 NSW Premier's Teacher Scholarships, offering the opportunity to undertake a five-week study tour in one of the available scholarship categories.
A look at some fantastic apps that students can use to recreate their learning and demonstrate higher order thinking skills.
Over 70% of schools in the Diocese of Parramatta submitted entries in the Catholic Schools Week Video Competition 'what makes our Catholic Schools great?'
Catholic school teachers and leaders from the Diocese of Parramatta, schools outside the diocese, and the NSW Department of Education met at the Aengus Kavanagh Centre on Wednesday 19 March to form a professional learning community (PLC) for sustainability.
Recognising students who have been ambassadors for our school and who have been serving those in our immediate community and beyond.
Last week 18 Caroline Chisholm College students competed at the All Schools Triathlon at the International Regatta Centre.
So many links go around on the internet but sometimes they are not what they seem and information about your children can become known to people it shouldn't. This article will share some of the things you should be aware of.
A collaborative and contemporary art installation that is inspired by the much-loved Nepean River.
Our hospitality students sacrifice their own time to serve others in celebration of St Nicholas of Myra.
A practical exploration of Tutankhamun's Tomb on the Cola with Year 11 Ancient History.
A wonderful opportunity that some of our Year 12 students were involved in with Mr Clerke.
This is an exciting visual arts project that students have been hard at work on for some time.
This weeks app of the week adds a new layer to images, virtually bringing them to life.
Students to be congratulated for efforts and achievements above and beyond.
This article shares how Caroline Chisholm College is communicating with its wider community.
Happy faces at Caroline Chisholm Day. We had so much fun.
Distinguished Achievers' Assembly held on 10 February 2014
Friday 6th February, the student leadership team had their first training session for the year.
2014 has kicked off for sport and students are already busy trialing and competing in events within the school and outside.
An app many students are using on a daily basis on their iPads, across almost every KLA, is Book Creator.
With the growing use of digital media in our classrooms, it has never been so important to help our students understand their responsibilities online.
Our College Dux Gabrielle Griffiths achieved an ATAR of 98. Gabrielle also won a Premier’s All Rounder Award indicating that she achieved a Band 6 in at least 10 units of her study programme.
This article shares how CCC prepared for the 2014 implementation of iPads in the classroom for Years 7 - 9 students.
This is a brief summary of some of the things that are happening around the college with the iPads.
Congratulations to Chloe Sheridan who achieved a Highly Commended for her 'Sleek Geeks' clip.
The National Youth Science Forum is a two week forum, catering for students entering Year 12 with a keen interest in Science.
Are you ready to go with your iPad next week?