Catholic Schools Week is being celebrated across the Bathurst Diocese between March 3 to 9. The theme for 2019 is "Discover the heart of our Catholic schools", and our schools are offering a variety of activities and educational initiatives to showcase this theme to members of the community.
Each of our 33 schools, from Lithgow in the south to Baradine in the north, are part of the long and rich tradition of quality catholic schooling in this country. One in five students in Australia attend a catholic school and in the past twenty-four years the number of students in catholic schools has increased by 30 per cent.
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Having contributed to the fabric of Australian society in the past, catholic schools continue to strive to partner with families and their local community to provide a holistic, quality education for students. Founded on the view that each human being is unique, possessing their individual gifts and talents, our schools are professional learning communities, relentlessly focused on calling forth and developing each student’s potential. Our student centered learning environments are characterised by five key elements:
- personalised learning
- engaging & adaptive environments
- a learning community that develops expertise and collaboration
- a learning culture that deepens insight & meaning
- a rich catholic curriculum and authentic experiences that engage and challenge