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Readers are winners

Congratulations to our winners and all who entered the 2021/22 Executive Director's Summer Reading Challenge (EDSRC), it has been an incredible competition this year with a large number of entries.

2021 Semester 2 Principal Morning Tea

Congratulations to all of the students who received Commendable Effort in all areas in their Semester 2 Report and received a package to enjoy from our Principal Ms Byrnes at morning tea today. Keep up the great work!

2021 End of Year Awards

On Tuesday 1st December 2021, Our Lady of Lourdes celebrated a wonderful year of learning as we congratulated students on their achievements and farewelled much loved staff as they continue their teaching journey in other schools. Awards were given for: Christian Living, Academic Achievement and Individual Achievement for all classes. As well as special Year 6 awards for School and Sports Leaders, Sport, Creative Arts, Mary MacKillop Award and School Service Award. Congratulations to all the award recipients.

Readers are winners!

This year 661 students from Catholic schools across Western Sydney and the Blue Mountains stepped up to take the Executive Director’s Summer Reading Challenge! In total, 4185 books were read as part of the competition: over 1000 more books than last year! Today the winners were announced. Read more...

Primary sports stars shine on their awards night!

The outstanding achievements of 34 students in sport were acknowledged late last year at the Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta Primary Sports Awards night. Read more...

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2019 Wakakirri Performance Riverside

On Friday the 30th of August 88 OLOL students represented our school at the Wakakirri Story Dance competition at Parramatta Riverside Theatre with our performance of, “Where the Wild Things Are”. The students performed amazingly well and got the crowd cheering. They made all the parents, friends and teachers present very proud of their hard work. We were lucky enough to win special Show awards for: Best Individual Costume Design and Best Backstage Crew We also were awarded the following Performance and Production awards: Excellent Performance Teamwork, Excellent Group Acting, Excellent Individual Set Piece Design, Excellent Artwork on Sets and Excellent Soundtrack Mix. The students should be extremely proud of their efforts for the past 8 months and seeing it all come together was amazing. Thank you to all the parents and teachers that helped with props, costumes and coming to painting afternoons. We all helped bring the story to life. Read more...

2018 Blacktown Zone Athletics Carnival

On Tuesday the 14th of August Ms Critchlow and Mrs Clynick travelled with 31 children to the Blacktown International Sports Park to compete in the Blacktown Zone Athletics Carnival. It was a fantastic day where the students were able to showcase their different sporting abilities. All students represented Our Lady of Lourdes with great sportsmanship and pride. A special congratulations to the students who will be representing Parramatta Diocese at the next carnival. Thank you to David Spadaro and Penny Kostis for volunteering as track officials on the day.

2018 Voice of Youth Cluster Final

On Monday the 13th of August Daniel Tenn and Aryan Roy, with Fletcher Kendall as the reserve represented OLOL at the Voice of Youth Wentworthville Cluster Final. Both Daniel and Aryan did an amazing job when we travelled to Greystanes to compete against the other schools in our area. Aryan Roy was the Winner on the day, and Daniel Tenn was awarded with the Runner Up trophy. This is an amazing achievement for the boys and we are very proud of their great effort. We wish Aryan the best of luck as he moves through to the next stage, competing in the Eastern Semi Final on the 12th of September.

2018 Mark Taylor Shield Round 2

In the last week of Term 1, selected OLOL students represented the school at the Mark Taylor Cricket Shield. The boys played well and displayed an excellent sporting attitude defeating Redfield College. The boys will progress to the third round in Term 2.

2018 OLOL Cross Country

On Friday, 6th April, we held our annual Cross Country Carnival at OLOL. This was the culmination of a term of work in PE lessons for Kindergarten through to Year 6. Congratulations to every student who participated on a very warm autumn day! The display of teamwork, sportsmanship and respect amongst all the students was fantastic to see and all should be proud of their effort.