THE annual Catholic Schools Week(CSW) celebration will take place March9-15 raising awareness and celebratingthe distinctiveness of Catholicschools.
Catholic Schools Week is aboutstrengthening relationships between allthose that have a stake in our schools –students, staff, families, priests, parishioners,and members of the wider community,by showcasing what happensin Catholic schools everyday.
Catholic schools enrol about 20 percent of Australian school students.
There are 615 Catholic Primary andSecondary schools across NSW and theACT, providing quality education in afaith-centred environment.
Catholic schools teach the same curriculumas government schools.
Expectations of achievement and conductare high and there is a strong focuson the individual.
A broad curriculumcaters for a wide range of interests andabilities.
Catholic schools offer highly qualifiedand professional teachers whocater to the diverse learning needs ofstudents.
They are affordable because ofmodest tuition fees and accessible tomost Australian families.
No child isrefused enrolment in a Catholic schoolbecause his or her parents cannot payfull fees.
Catholic schools have been providingquality education to Australianchildren for over 180 years; this yearalone 735,403 Australian children arebeing educated in Catholic schools.
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