Catholic schools and parents continue their fruitful collaboration in the education of the young people in our community.
The Parent Handbooks are designed for parents whose child is about to commence their educational journey at a Catholic primary and secondary school.
Education for Sustainability in the Archdiocese of Melbourne is a rich resource for schools and teachers. It addresses a range of topics related to sustainability and it serves as a key guide for reviewing and re-envisaging a school’s day-to-day operations and learning and teaching programs.
The Catholic Identity Team offers a suite of professional learning opportunities for parish and school educators.
Boards play a significant role in the life of a school; supporting the principal and staff in their rewarding work for the spiritual and temporal welfare of students.
The Victorian Catholic Schools Parent Body (VCSPB) was established at the start of 2006. The purposes of the VCSPB are to:
provide a forum to represent parents in Victorian Catholic schools
promote parents as partners in education with the school, Church and the community
promote the principles of Catholic education in collaboration with the Diocesan Bishops
promote Catholic schools as schools of first choice for Catholic families.
The VCSPB represents parents of students in Catholic schools at diocesan, state and national levels, through school boards, or where none exist, through school based parent support groups.
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