OLA brings a little more dignity into the art of giving!

Students and staff at Our Lady of the Angels have chosen to try and epitomise the word ‘Dignity’ in their mission to reach out to others in need this festive season. Read more...

Education Mass creates a 'first' for the Diocese of Parramatta

It was a first for Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta recently when the largest cross section of Western Sydney schools attended the annual Diocesan Education Mass at the Cathedral Church of St Patrick’s in Parramatta. Read more…

Year 5 on a Coding Mission

Students in Year 5 learn how to make their own computer games

Mad Scientists Go Crazy over their Science Experiments in Year 5

Students in Year 5 were 'Mad Scientists' for the day as part of their PBL 'Entry Event' for their new Science Unit.

Teachers reach out to those in need!

A recent Formation Day for staff at Our Lady of Angels (OLA) Rouse Hill provided insight into the lives of marginalised people further afield. Staff travelled into the inner city to learn about a range of outreach programs run by the Catholic Parish of St Canice’s, Elizabeth Bay and the Wayside Chapel, Kings Cross. Read more...

Captivate shines during spectacular showcase performance

Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta students had the opportunity to shine when the Captivate performing and creative arts program recently hosted its 10th Anniversary Showcase at Quaycentre, Sydney Olympic Park. Read more...

Hills Zone Athletics Carnival

Thirty-nine excited OLA students compete at the Hills Zone Athletics Carnival at Rooty Hill.

100 Days of Kindergarten at OLA

Kindergarten celebrated 100 days of learning at Our Lady of the Angels, Rouse Hill.

Year 1 travels back in time

Year 1 travels back in time to learn about what life was like in the past.

Hotly Debated

Year 6 students from Our Lady of the Angels, Rouse Hill recently faced off against students from their neighbouring school, Our Lady of the Rosary, Kellyville, in a tense debate on whether “Mobile phones should be banned for primary school students”. Read more...