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Catherine McAuley High School students have held the No Limitations Festival to promote cultural diversity after participating in a 2018 Youth Leadership Masterclass with Western Sydney University’s program for high-achievers, The Academy.
Pioneering research into multilingualism in western Sydney classrooms suggests that actively involving teachers and students improves confidence and enhances learning outcomes.
With changing rainfall patterns, drought and an increasing average temperature in Australia many people are looking for ways to save water in their garden, and adding water crystals to your soil appears to be a good solution.
Award-winning writers, Jennifer Rowe AC and Adjunct Professor Alexis Wright, have received Honorary Doctorates from the University in recognition of their nationally-significant bodies of work and outstanding contribution to literature.
New research has found that a hormone produced by plants under stress can be applied to crops to alleviate the damage caused by salty soils.
Babies are born ready to learn and although they don’t “talk” in the first weeks of life, they know how to communicate what they are feeling. They do this by crying. And it is something they do a lot before they produce words.