Catholic education supports students becoming more informed about the world and their role in its future.

These matters are important to all young people and Emmaus discusses global issues with our students in a supervised school setting. Social justice initiatives empower young people to be part of a solution.

There’s no better way for students to express the principles of Catholic social teaching than to stand together with their peers and teachers at school in support of those most in need.

Emmaus Catholic College Kemps Creek fundraising for the Cancer Council

Our Outreach Initiatives

Project Compassion

Throughout Term 1 the whole school participates in a Lent fundraiser to support the work of international aid agency, Caritas.

Winter Appeal for the Homeless

A whole school warm clothing and blanket drive to support the homeless on our streets and to raise awareness of the issue of homelessness.

Visits to Emmaus Village Aged Care

Once a week, Emmaus staff and students walk down to Emmaus Village where they spend time with the residents, providing friendship, enjoying conversation and playing games.

Vinnies Van

Groups of five students go out with staff on the Vinnies Van. The van goes to Mount Druitt and Parramatta, providing food and company to the homeless in the community. Training is provided to students who wish to participate in this ministry.

Christmas Hampers

In Term 4, students across the college are invited to bring non-consumable items and toys to contribute to Christmas hampers. St Vincent de Paul then distributes the hampers to local families in need.

Winter Sleepout

Held late in Term 2, the Emmaus School Sleepout calls on the local school community to come together in solidarity and give up one night in a warm, comfortable bed to help raise funds for homelessness and disadvantage in our own backyard.

Vinnies Doorknock Appeal

Staff and students meet at Holy Spirit Parish, St Clair to participate in the annual Vinnies Doorknock Appeal. Small groups head out into the streets around the Church and seek donations for the work of the St Vincent de Paul society.

Creative Justice

This school-based ministry involves students in a variety of charitable works, depending on the particular activities going on at the college - e.g. assisting with wrapping Christmas hampers, folder Project Compassion boxes, making Christmas decorations for Emmaus village.

Incursions and Excursions

In addition to the Religious Education curriculum taught at Emmaus, students across all year groups participate in learning opportunities beyond the classroom. For students in Years 7 - 10, this takes the form of a Spirituality Day, while in Years 11 and 12, students participate in relevant excursions and incursions aimed at enriching students’ understanding of religious traditions, the world and our Catholic imperative to reach out to those in need.

More about learning at Emmaus

Religious Education

At Emmaus, Religious Education is concerned with the development of the whole person within a Catholic faith community and culture.

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Extracurricular Activities

We offer a diverse range of learning beyond the classroom facilitated by our very generous staff. There’s something for everyone!

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Student Wellbeing

At Emmaus we pride ourselves on providing our students with a safe, secure environment where they feel supported in their learning.

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Learning at Emmaus

Discover Catholic education! Learn about the amazing opportunities our school creates for students in their journey from Years 7 to 12.

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