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Text Module (H2 – calibri light, 36px)

This page demonstrates all the page elements that can be used across the secondary site pages via the cms without any coding required.

Note: the H1 example is the text on the banner image above and the H2 example is the title of this module.

 

Module Padding

These modules will always site at the top of the page page and shouldn’t have padding:

  • top banner image
  • homepage video image
  • breadcrumbs

Other than the modules that are intended to always sit at the top of the page (top banner image, homepage video, and breadcrumbs) all elements should have standard padding across all page elements so they can be used interchangeably:

  • 65px padding at the top of each section
  • no spacing on a row
  • equivalent of paragraph spacing top and bottom on a module

Note, there will be two versions of the following modules with different padding depending on where they are intended to be used:

  • full width banner (for use at top of page and in page)
  • full width image (for use at top of page and in page)

 

Use of custom html

This is ok for a static element which is not intended to be reused.

All reusable elements that the client is expected to update and create need to be manageable via the WYSIWYG. Currently the following needs to be addressed:

  • quote module
  • H2 title

 

Standard WYSWYG Elements

These styles should be available consistantly whereever there is a WYSIWYG

H1 – calibri light, 56px

H2 – styled as above, but with the yellow line included in the class

H3 Example – calibri light, 28px

this is bold

this is italics

 

This is a block quote. It should have a grey background as per the design. Ferro ignique vastantem agros legati Samnitium pacem orantes adeunt. A quo reiecti ad senatum

 

This is text with a soft line return.
Ferro ignique vastantem agros legati Samnitium pacem orantes adeunt.

This is a hard line return. Ferro ignique vastantem agros legati Samnitium pacem orantes adeunt. A quo reiecti ad senatum

This is an unordered list:

  • contra Sidicinos profecti haud in dubia spe erant mature urbis hostium potiundae, cum ab Sidicinis deditio prius ad Romanos coepta fieri est. Dein, postquam patres ut seram eam ultimaque tandem necessitate expressam aspernabantur, ad
  • Latinos iam sua sponte in arma motos facta est. Ne Campani quidem – adeo iniuriae Samnitium quam beneficii Romanorum memoria praesentior erat – his se armis abstinuere. Ex his tot populis unus ingens exercitus duce Latino
  • fines Samnitium ingressus plus populationibus quam
  • datum est Romam legatos mittendi; qui cum adissent senatum, conquesti eadem se foederatos pati quae hostes essent passi, precibus infimis petiere ut satis ducerent Romani victoriam quam Samnitibus

This is an ordered list:

  1. contra Sidicinos profecti haud in dubia spe erant mature urbis hostium potiundae, cum ab Sidicinis deditio prius ad Romanos coepta fieri est. Dein, postquam patres ut seram eam ultimaque tandem necessitate expressam aspernabantur, ad
  2. Latinos iam sua sponte in arma motos facta est. Ne Campani quidem – adeo iniuriae Samnitium quam beneficii Romanorum memoria praesentior erat – his se armis abstinuere. Ex his tot populis unus ingens exercitus duce Latino
  3. fines Samnitium ingressus plus populationibus quam
  4. datum est Romam legatos mittendi; qui cum adissent senatum, conquesti eadem se foederatos pati quae hostes essent passi, precibus infimis petiere ut satis ducerent Romani victoriam quam Samnitibus
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Accordion

Primary Education

At Christian Brothers’ High School Lewisham the Primary curriculum encompasses the development of the whole student, academically, socially, personally and in faith.

The curriculum is there to challenge and evoke thought and is directed towards the individual talents and abilities.

Years 7 and 8 RISE profecti haud in dubia spe erant mature urbis hostium potiundae, cum ab Sidicinis deditio prius ad Romanos coepta fieri est.

RISE is CBHS Lewisham’s Years 7 and 8 Transition programme. This programme is designed to help students make the change from primary school to secondary school.

Find out more about RISE here.

Years 9 and 10

The courses studied in Years 9 and 10 build upon the knowledge and skills developed in Years 7 and 8. All students study a broad range as approved by the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA).

Years 11 and 12

The school offers an extensive learning program for students in Years 11 and 12, in an atmosphere where every boy is valued and a wide range of academic and personal development needs are catered for.

Vocational education and training

Vocational Education and Training (VET) courses offer Year 11 and 12 students the opportunity to study for TAFE NSW qualifications as part of their regular Higher School Certificate study program.

Video

Your content goes here. Edit or remove this text inline or in the module Content settings. You can also style every aspect of this content in the module Design settings and even apply custom CSS to this text in the module Advanced settings.

Large Image Text

The school motto is Conanti Corona, “A Crown to the One who Strives”. The school crest is an adaptation of the Christian Brothers’ crest, highlighting the Celtic Cross and the Irish heritage of the Christian Brothers. The crest reaffirms the school’s strong connection to both the founding order and the school’s locality. From its foundation and in touch with the vision of Edmund Rice, Christian Brothers’ High School Lewisham has always been a place for the ordinary man to strive to greatness. Conanti Corona captures the spirit of what it is possible for the ordinary man to be – our students hold it close to their heart.

Small Image Text

um inter se fraude, eadem leuitate qua consenserant consensum indicantium, seruatus erat et mutando nunc uestem nunc tegumenta capitis errore etiam sese ab insidiis munierat. Ceterum 

3 Image Text

Primary School for Boys

Primary School for Boys

Ferro ignique vastantem agros legati Samnitium pacem orantes adeunt. A quo reiecti ad senatum

RISE Program

Ferro ignique vastantem agros legati Samnitium pacem orantes adeunt. A quo reiecti ad senatum

Secondary School for Boys

Ferro ignique vastantem agros legati Samnitium pacem orantes adeunt. A quo reiecti ad senatum

Text With Right Aligned Image

um inter se fraude, eadem leuitate qua consenserant consensum indicantium, seruatus erat et mutando nunc uestem nunc tegumenta capitis

  • errore etiam sese ab
  • insidiis munierat. Ceterum
  • hic quoque ei timor causa

fuit maturius mouendi ex hibernis. Per idem tempus Cn. Seruilius consul Romae idibus Martiis magistratum iniit. Ibi cum de re publica rettulisset,

Button Formats

There are three button styles. Other than the colour the format is exactly the same. The spacing between buttons is managed via the module setting by either:

  • changing the number of columns in a row; or
  • changing the alignment of the button module within the column

Buttons should have standard module padding.

2 Column Text Module

CBHS is proud of our dedicated, talented and inspirational teaching staff. The Principal and his leadership team ensure the entire staff work cohesively to fulfil the legacy of Edmund Rice and provide high quality education for all students.

Principal – Br Paul Conn

Deputy Principal – Ms Lucie Farrugia

Assistant Principal Culture & Organisation – Mr Michael Behayi

Assistant Principal – Mrs Monica O’Brien

Assistant Principal – Mr Dan Valencic

Assistant Principal – Mr Chris Kidd

Assistant Principal Pedagogy & Innovation – Mr Keith Page

Assistant Principal Primary – Mr Mark Woodbury

Business Manager – Mr Chris Baird

Human Resources Manager – Mrs Jane Shouldice

Have courage, the good seed will grow up in the children’s hearts later on.

Edmund Rice to Brother Edward Patrick O’Flaherty, Gibraltar, 1837.

Portal

Students and More Text to See

Staff

Parents

Students

Parents

Staff

Students and More Text to See

Students

Layered Buttons

Co-Curricular Activities

Central to our focus on growing each boy as an individual, CBHS Lewisham offers a range of co-curricular activities to enhance and nurture each student’s talents, interests and passions.

CBHS Lewisham has a proud sporting tradition with a number of current premiership teams across a range of sports. All boys are encouraged to be active via MCC or Internal Sports each Thursday.

Programs that outdoor challenges, include ski trips, the Duke of Edinburgh program and an aviation club. We also offer debating and public speaking, music groups and performance, history, art, games, and chess clubs.

Boys are encouraged to initiate groups or support causes that are important to them. Senior boys organise and participate a range of activities close to them each year.

Sport

Music 

Clubs

Camps

Duke of Edinburgh

Speaking & Debate

Student Stories

CBHS Lewisham has a proud history of young men graduating and excelling across a range of fields. These are just a few.