Catholic Education Western Australia provides quality, faith-based learning and teaching to approximately 77,000 students in 163 schools and colleges across the state.

Principals in our schools are visionary, forward-thinking educators. They model outstanding pastoral care, recognising and nurturing the God-given gifts and potential of each individual student, in order for them to flourish. They lead their schools as communities of faith, committed to Catholic education and the evangelising mission of the Church.

Application information for the roles below can be found at:


St Luke’s
Catholic Primary School


St Luke’s Catholic Primary School in Woodvale is a vibrant, co-educational Catholic primary school that offers faith-based learning to over 460 students from Kindergarten – Year 6. Established in 1988, the school is one of 113 Catholic schools in the Perth Archdiocese.
Along with a challenging and diverse curriculum, and a focus on digital learning, the school offers specialist programs in Italian, Visual Arts, Creative Dance, Music and Physical Education, and enjoys a close working relationship with Telethon Speech and Hearing in the education of hearing impaired children.
St Luke’s Catholic Primary School requires a Catholic principal who is visionary, faith-filled and skilled in the areas of school leadership, education and management. Applicants will need to provide evidence of: 
·      An ability to give leadership to the Catholic life of the school in an increasingly interconnected and complex world 
·      Expertise in school management and an ability to inspire a spirit of collaboration with staff, students and parents 
·      An ability to lead learning, curriculum development and practices to ensure achievement and enhanced learning outcomes for all students
Further information about the school can be found at
Applications for this outstanding leadership opportunity close at 2.00pm Friday, 7 April 2017.

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