Teachers at Trinity Primary School shared their favourite picture books with students for Catholic Schools Week


Trinity Primary School along with St John's Primary in Riverstone thought outside the box when it came to Catholic Schools Week this year. These celebrations were ‘food for thought’ for both of these outstanding Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta learning communities.

Each school set out to show everyone their amazing learning spaces and highlight their sense of community with some fun and educational activities.

St John’s Primary focused on helping the less fortunate by raising funds for Caritas Australia.

St John’s Primary Assistant Principal Jackie Willard said students carried buckets of water in solidarity with those who need to carry water just to survive.

"The students could taste this food and all money raised went to Caritas. Our parents were then invited to open classrooms."

"It was a fabulous couple of days with fantastic community participation.’



Our students at Trinity Primary School enjoyed pop-up learning activities throughout the week


Here at Trinity Primary School, we had lots of fun with our ‘Pop Up’ learning activities each morning.

Trinity Primary Principal Cathy Hey said they began the week with teachers sharing their favourite picture books.

"On Tuesday the children arrived at school to see a makerspace pop up and a water painting pop up,’’ Mrs Hey said.

"On Wednesday the children did some hands-on mathematics with a life-size carrot patch.’’

Overall both schools had a fantastic time celebrating Catholic Schools Week and their enthusiasm attracted a lot of positive community engagement.


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CathEd Parra

CathEd Parra

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