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Role of parents and families highlighted


Role of parents and families highlighted during the
bicentenary of Catholic education in Australia

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Catholic Schools will celebrate Family Week 8–14 August


Family Week Prayer for Families
Parent organisations can download the Prayer for Families which can be printed or emailed to families. Generic version (PDF)
Customisable version (MS Word) – schools can add their own photos/principals sign off

The latest CSPA Quarterly


Click below to view the latest CSPA Quarterly report.

CSPA QUARTERLY April-June 2021

CSPA May Council Meeting and 2021 AGM

May Council Meeting

CSPA Council were pleased to meet face-to-face for the first time since February 2020. While COVID concerns led to a number zooming in, other Councillors attended the May Council Meeting and 2021 AGM at the CSPQ office in Brisbane.

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National Mass celebrates 200 years of Catholic education


The celebrations marked 200 years since the first official Catholic school opened in Parramatta in October 1820.
Masses were held with school representation in most cathedrals across Australia, as well as a number of individual parishes and schools.

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CaSPA rebrand launch


It is with great excitement and pride that CaSPA announces a notable change in the CaSPA brand.

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Beacon - Cyber Safety App for Parents


Beacon - a new cyber safety app providing parents and carers with the knowledge, skills, and support to help their children thrive in a digital world.

Beacon is for parents and carers of children ages 0 – 18

Click here for more information about Beacon

The Fathering Project In Schools Program


Engaging dads and supporting schools to build stronger family partnerships, for the children.

Read about The Fathering Project Program here >> 

Review of Disability Standards


The National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) said the recommendations from the Review of Disability Standards for Education 2005 are a positive step forward and place the needs of students and their families at the centre of education. Read the full media release here >>

CSPA supports Education Minister’s reform agenda

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Catholic School Parents Australia (CSPA) supports the reform agenda outlined by the Minister for Education and Youth Alan Tudge MP in his speech at the Menzies Research Centre earlier today. Read the CSPA media release here >>