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  • Staying safe in and around the water

    In 2009, more than 50 children drowned in Australia. To help families keep safe in and around the water this summer, the Catholic Education Office Parramatta has published information about water safety.
  • Fighting childhood obesity

    Simple steps for schools and parents to ensure children have a brighter, healthier future.
  • What if my child buys lunch from the school canteen?

    In the past, some food and drink choices from school canteens have had little nutritional value but have appealed to the appetites of children.
  • Does exercise make kids smarter?

    Research conducted at the University of Illinois (USA) has discovered a strong relationship between academic achievement and fitness scores.
  • Get yourself active

    Did you know children and young people like yourself need to do at least 60 minutes of physical activity everyday?
  • Tips for using sunscreen

    The best protection against the sun is to minimize exposure. Sunscreen should be used for greater protection, not in order to stay in the sun longer than necessary. Here are tips for using sunscreen this season and all year round.
  • Healthy lunchbox helps make healthy kids

    Eating healthy food helps children concentrate and learn, so it is important to ensure they take a healthy lunchbox to school.
  • Hints on keeping active

    An active way of life is important for us all and becomes even more important as we grow older. Staying active is good for general fitness. Here are some helpful hints to help you get started and stay motivated.
  • Keeping young people active

    Nutritious eating is an important part of maintaining a healthy body and mind but physical activity is also a vital part of a healthy lifestyle for people of all ages.
  • Sun safe facts

    Skin cancer can develop in young people. In NSW, melanoma is the most common cancer in women aged 15-29 and men aged 25-54.
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Time Capsule Ceremony CSW 2015
On Friday 12th March, to culminate our celebrations of CSW we buried items in a time capsule that will remain untouched for 50 years. We preserved items scuh as a letter from Miss Harb to the future principal, a letter from Mrs Yanz and Mrs Roberts to future teachers, A letter from our parent representatives Mrs Jeffries and Mrs Bejjani to future parents, students thoughts about schooling today and their hopes for the future, photos of school life and our aspirations for the future of the Sacred Heart Community. We pray that our community will continue to thrive and be a refelction of the hearts and hands of Jesus. We wish the community of Sacred Heart Westmead all the best for the next 50 year and many more there after !!
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Miss Harb's Principal Commissioning
March 19 we celebrated the commissioning of our wonderful Principal Miss Harb at the CEO education mass. A very big congratulations Miss Harb!
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