Students from St Francis of Assisi Primary, Glendenning.
Students from St Francis of Assisi Primary Glendenning.

 

At midday on Friday 13 November 2015, primary and secondary schools from across the Diocese of Parramatta, as well as staff from the education office  participated in the Jump Up & Down 4 Kids campaign to raise awareness against the detention of children.

Throughout the year, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta schools have been raising awareness about the plight of refugees and asylum seekers in Australia. The Jump Up & Down 4 Kids campaign was organised by the Catholic Education Office Sydney.


Teachers from across the Diocese attending a Leading Mathematics and Teaching course at St Joseph
Teachers from across the Diocese attending a Leading Mathematics and Teaching course at St Joseph's Centre for Reflective Living, Baulkham Hills took time to Jump 4 Kids.

Students from Loyola Senior High School, Mount Druitt.
Students from Loyola Senior High School, Mount Druitt.

 

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