High School 15/9: Oh the places you’ll go!

A very wise man, Dr. Seuss once said “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And you are the one who’ll decide where to go…”. I always love this time of year; […]

Primary 15/9: Empathy and compassion

Dear Parents and Caregivers, Over the last few weeks, the students have been exploring the concept of empathy. In Galatians 6:2 it reads, “Carry each other’s burdens, and in this way, you will fulfil the law of Christ.” During our morning assemblies, we take a moment to explain and remind the students about empathy (the ability to […]

Principal 15/9: From Preps to Grads: In the Blink of an Eye

From Preps to Grads: In the Blink of an Eye As I’m writing this article, I can hear the joyful voices of our students leaving the Primary Dance. Yet again we’ve enjoyed a warm afternoon, a great school community BBQ provided by CPC, with music and fun activities hosted by our amazing Primary teachers. Each […]

Deputies 1/9/23: Respectful Relationships

Respectful RelationshipsFostering a nurturing environment of respectful relationships within your family holds the key to not only harmonious living, but also improved academic outcomes for your children. As parents and carers, embracing the art of teaching children about respect at a young age sets the stage for a lifetime of healthy interactions and empathetic understanding. […]

Ride for Em – A community fundraiser close to our hearts

In 2022, our school community was deeply affected by the passing of Emily So, one of our Kindergarten students. We want to share with you about the community fundraiser that has been created in Emily’s name and encourage everyone to consider supporting this important cause. Together we can do great things for God. Our brave, […]

Principal 1/9/23: From Classroom to Chocolate Factory to Community Events

It has long been acknowledged that not only do schools thrive, but students progress in their learning more effectively when schools see themselves and act as a community. Our Term 3 calendar is full of opportunities for our community members to meet and build positive relationships. I encourage all our parents and carers to join […]

Primary 18/8/23: Being safe, respectful and responsible

As shared in week 2’s newsletter, the “Second Step” program is a well known social-emotional learning (SEL) curriculum designed for students Prep to Year 8. The core principles of the “Second Step” program often revolve around three main themes: being safe, being respectful, and being responsible. These themes are essential in helping students develop healthy […]

Principal 18/8/23: The Matildas display the WCCS community attributes

So much has been written about the Matilda’s performances over the past weeks, I forgive you for feeling somewhat swamped by another piece. The game with France attracted 4.9 million spectators plus thousands more at various fan sites. The match against England drew 11.5 million viewers online. The eyes of the nation have been on […]

Careers 18/8/23: Expos, nursing, catdetships and more

https://youtu.be/Cyv_QCLNI1A South Western Sydney & Macarthur Apprenticeship/Traineeship & Jobs Expo Our extremely successful Apprenticeship/Traineeship & Jobs Expos are almost here, providing opportunities for students and job seekers they will not receive anywhere else. Will we see you there? Bring copies of your resume and get in first.  Tuesday 29 August 2023 – 3pm to 8pmLiverpool […]

High School 18/8/23: Technology at school

Feedback on Learning Thank you to the parents who attended the recent Parent-teacher evenings. These evenings facilitate direct communication between teachers and parents, fostering understanding of students’ academic progress and behaviour. They promote collaboration, enabling parents to address concerns, offer insights, and receive feedback and guidance on supporting their child’s learning. This term students will […]