The aim of the Aboriginal Employment Strategy is to increase the number of Aboriginal people employed at all levels within Catholic schools and offices.
The 2017 annual report serves as an acknowledgement of the dedication and work of more than 11,000 employees who support and enable the education and formation of more than 76,000 children.
The inaugural Reconciliation Action Plan for the offices of Catholic Education Western Australia calls us to individually embrace reconciliation in order to become a mature, action-focussed organisation intent on making a difference.
All of us regardless of our roles often face difficult or challenging personal and/or work related situations that may affect our quality of life.
Catholic Education WA provides families with a genuine choice in education and care by providing access to holistic, values based programs and pastoral care for children from birth to year 12.
As Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) has continued to respond to a rapidly evolving education landscape, 2016 has proven to be a period of significant transformation.
Located in the magnificent grounds of the Catholic Education Centre, high on the hill in West Leederville, the Chapel’s neo-gothic architecture evokes a sense of occasion befitting your wedding.
“Formation seeks to enable Catechists to transmit the Gospel to those who desire to entrust themselves to Jesus Christ.” General Directory for Catechesis (#235)
2015 was a year of continued growth as Catholic Education Western Australia expanded to meet the demands of parents for a Catholic education for their children.
Over 1600 students are enrolled in the 13 Catholic schools in the Kimberley. Eight of the schools are located in Aboriginal communities; six provide for K–10 students and two provide for K–6 students.
“The Catholic School forms part of the saving mission of the Church, especially for education in the faith.”
The Catholic Education Commission of Western Australia (CECWA) is appointed by the Bishops of Western Australia and is responsible to them.