| Nov 15, 2020

A Pathway to Better, Smarter Regulation for Catholic Schools in NSW

Download a copy of the report here  A Pathway to Better, Smarter Regulation for Catholic Schools in NSW 
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| Oct 22, 2020

2019 Annual Report

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| Sep 03, 2020

‘ABC vs The Facts’ on School Funding

View or download Catholic Schools NSW rebuttal document  ‘ABC vs The Facts’ on School Funding
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| Sep 03, 2020

‘Schools in, Schools Out – Says who?’

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| Aug 03, 2020

Publications

CSNSW 2017 Annual Report Final _rs School's in, school's out - says who ‘ABC vs The Facts’ on School Funding    
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| Dec 05, 2019

2018 Annual Report

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| Dec 05, 2019

2017 Annual Report

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| Oct 09, 2019

Measurement and outcome-based funding in New South Wales schools

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| Oct 09, 2019

Best place for the contest of ideas is in the classroom

Catholic school students would receive a more balanced view of important social and political issues in class than at unregulated, non-educational events, Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) said today. CSNSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney says Catholic education supported students becoming more informed about the world and their role in its future but noted the expectation of the NSW Government that...
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| Jul 29, 2019

New report shows path to more diverse school leadership

School authorities must deliberately target their diverse teaching ranks to identify and foster potential leaders from all cultural backgrounds and genders, a new report recommended today. Kelly Humphrey - an Education Officer in the Wagga Wagga Catholic Schools Office and the recipient of the 2018 Brother John Taylor Fellowship - recently researched initiatives in the UK and Fortune 500 companies...
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| Jun 18, 2019

NSW Government school funding should follow need, not sector

Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) today welcomed increased education funding in the 2019-2020 NSW Budget but said programs to address disadvantage should be provided to all students who need them, not just those in government schools. CSNSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney welcomed confirmation that the capital funding increase for non-government schools - announced before the March 2019 election - has...
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| Jun 03, 2019

NSW Catholic schools saved taxpayers $480 million in 2018

Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) has today released a report showing its schools saved taxpayers almost half a billion dollars last year and will save more than $2.5 billion by 2022. The report is the first in a series of three volumes outlining the benefits of the NSW Catholic schools sector, CSNSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney said. “Ernst & Young...
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| Apr 02, 2019

Catholic education welcomes Sarah Mitchell and Kevin Conolly

Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) today congratulated the Hon Sarah Mitchell MLC on her appointment as NSW Minister for Education and Early Childhood Learning, saying it looks forward to working with her on important issues concerning the education sector. “We also welcome Kevin Conolly MP as the new Parliamentary Secretary for Education,” CSNSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney said. Mr McInerney...
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| Mar 18, 2019

Submission to Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education

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| Mar 14, 2019

Catholic education says schools are best place to learn about issues

Catholic school students would receive a more balanced view of important social and political issues in class than at unregulated, non-educational events, Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) said today. CSNSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney says Catholic education supported students becoming more informed about the world and their role in its future. “These matters are important to all young people and...
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| Mar 07, 2019

Historic capital funding pledge helps Catholic schools plan for growth

Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) said the NSW Government’s capital funding boost gives the non-government schools sector the certainty it needs to plan and meet its share of enrolment growth. The NSW Government today announced it would triple its capital grants to the 944-strong non-government schools sector - which educates one-third of NSW students - to $500 million over four years,...
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| Feb 11, 2019

Global achievers win top NSW Catholic schools sports honours

Paralympian swimmer Tim Hodge and world cross-country champion Ella Heeney have received the Vince Villa Award for most outstanding NSW Catholic school athletes in 2018. Tim and Ella join past winners of the prestigious NSW Combined Catholic Colleges (CCC) honour which have included Olympian Jana Pittman and NRL stars Nathan Cleary and Campbell Graham. CCC Chairman John Sparks said the...
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| Feb 01, 2019

A quarter of a million Catholic school students back in class this week

Almost 257,000 students will walk through the gates of nearly 600 Catholic schools across NSW this week, Catholic Schools NSW (CSNSW) said today. CSNSW Chief Executive Officer Dallas McInerney said Catholic education supported a valuable feature of the NSW education landscape – school choice. “Catholic schools educate one in five NSW students and are the biggest providers of school education...
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| Dec 18, 2018

Submission responding to the Review of the NSW Curriculum

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| Mar 18, 2014

Submission to the Review of the Australian Curriculum

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| Dec 25, 2013

Submission to the NSW Board of Studies on Review of Languages Education in NSW

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| Dec 06, 2011

CSNSW Review of Early Childhood Funding

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| Dec 22, 2010

CSNSW Special Needs Submission to NSW Legislative Council

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| Aug 01, 2008

Supporting Aboriginal Students being Schooled Away from Home

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| Jul 01, 2008

Response to NSW Government Consultation Paper on Raising the NSW School Leaving Age

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| Feb 28, 2008

Joint Submission to the Special Commission of Inquiry into Child Protection Services in NSW

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Latest News

Jan 28, 2020

COVID-19 Information & Updates

Get up-to-date information and updates about Novel Coronavirus on the  NSW Health website. On This Page Affected Schools Current Advice Advice on school closures for non-government schools NESA advice Australian Government advice Facilitating China-based students to attend Yr. 11 and...
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Jan 10, 2020

School Safety Information & Updates

Get up-to-date information on schools that have temporarily ceased operations due to adverse weather, bushfire, emergencies or other incidents. For information about flooding in your area please check the NSW State Emergency Service website and ABC Listen app. Catholic schools temporarily non-operational...
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Sep 18, 2019

Brother John Taylor Fellowship – applications now open

Help Catholic education meet future challenges…and see the world while you’re at it. The Brother John Taylor Fellowship provides up to $20,000 in travel and expenses to research any priority or challenge involving Catholic schools. It’s an opportunity to take...
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