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HSC students will be given more time to work on their major projects and to prepare for exams to reduce the impact of the current COVID-19 lockdown. Read more...
Trial exams written by the CSSA - once known as the Catholic Secondary Schools Association - which are purchased and run by more than 500 Catholic, independent and public schools were due to begin on July 26 but have been delayed until August 9, system leaders were told late on Thursday. Read more...
Coming to the end of their schooling journey, Year 12 student leaders have been given the opportunity to reflect on their years of Catholic education. Read more...
A talented student from Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta’s CAPTIVATE creative and performing arts program recently made her on-stage debut in an Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP) production at The Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre in Penrith. Read more...
Nagle’s breakfast group, Feed the 5000, launched for 2021 last Thursday. The breakfast program addresses the growing need for our students to have a nutritious meal of a morning as part of a healthy daily routine.

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Year 7 had an amazing time at their Year 7 Pastoral Care Day. Backflips Against Bullying is an engaging and hands on approach to learning about the elements of Resilience, Cyber-Bullying, Physical, Verbal and Social Harassment , Real World Consequences

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Nagle College would like to congratulate Denica Brillo on her amazing performance in Lights in the Park by Alexander Lee-Rekers. This play was a joint commission by ATYP and Playlab for 14-17 year olds which had its national premier at the Q Theatre 21st-24th April 2021.

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On Wednesday 28 April we gathered as a school community to honour the anniversary of the landing at Gallipoli. We paid our respects to the past sacrifices made by ANZAC soldiers; we looked into the horrific events, the perspectives of the soldiers, prayed and understood the importance of ANZAC Day.

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ANZAC Day is a time to reflect on those who have sacrificed so much to protect the freedoms we enjoy today. It is also a time to be thankful for what we have in Australia. We are called to think about the importance of the relationship between our close neighbour, New Zealand and the rich history we share. ANZAC Day follows Easter and in the Easter story, we have that ultimate of sacrifices: Jesus who died for us so that we might have eternal life. 

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Twenty-one Preliminary HSC Engineering Studies students from ten CEDP secondary schools had a unique opportunity to expand their real world knowledge of their future career at a recent full day workshop at Western Sydney University. Read more...

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