Great teaching and optimal student learning are complementary aims of Catholic schools and require teachers who consider themselves to be positive change agents for students.
The achievement of the specific aims of the Catholic school depends not so much on its subject matter or methodology as on the people who work there.
Why work in a Catholic School?
NSW Catholic schools value a nature of teaching which emphasises teaching as a vocation and schools as communities. Catholic schools have a strong emphasis on community. CSNSW supports the concept of ‘the trusted teacher in a supportive and sufficiently resourced school community’ as the critical condition for great teaching and inspired learning.
There are 31 Diocesan Catholic Schools Agencies in NSW: 11 are the Catholic dioceses of NSW, all of which conduct schools and 20 are Religious Institutes (orders and other entities) which conduct one or more schools.+ Learn More