Principalships

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.

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2018 PRINCIPALSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
LEAD WITH PURPOSE
 
Applications for 2018 principalship positions in Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) are now open.
 
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Luurnpa Catholic School, Balgo Hills
Broome Diocese

Established in 1984 and located in the Wirrimanu Aboriginal Community of Balgo Hills in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, Luurnpa Catholic School is one of 13 schools in the Diocese of Broome. The schoolworks in partnership with the community to provide a quality Catholic education for 100 students.

With classes catering for Kindergarten to Year 8as well as years 9 and 10 at the Kutjunga Training Centre, the school seeks to support children and young people to reach their full potential. Luurnpa Catholic School aims to equip its students with the skills, knowledge and values to live fulfilling lives as contributing members of both the local and wider community.

School website: www.luurnpa.wa.edu.au
 
Applications for this position should be addressed to The Executive Director, CEWA, and emailed to principalappointment@cewa.edu.au by
2.00pm Tuesday 15 August 2017.

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St Anne’s School, Harvey
Bunbury Diocese

Established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1935, St Anne’s School is located in the town of Harvey, 150 kilometres south of Perth. St Anne’s School is a single stream, co-educational Catholic primary school with an enrolment of 173 students from Kindergarten to Year 6.

Along with a weekly sustainability program, St Anne’s School specialises in Physical Education, Art, Italian and Instrumental Music with an emphasis on participation and excellence. The school focuses on ensuring all students are supported and provided with the opportunity to reach their full potential by providing both support and extension programs.

School website: http://www.stannes.wa.edu.au

To view application information and apply for this position visit:
www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx
 
Applications for this position close at 2.00pm Thursday, 10 August 2017.


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St Jude’s CatholicPrimary School, Langford
Perth Archdiocese

Established in 1979 by the Sisters of Mercy, St Jude’s Catholic Primary School is a co-educational, single stream primary school, currently catering to 210 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6 in a culturally diverse educational community.

St Jude’s Catholic Primary School recognises the importance of literacy and numeracy skills and provides programs to cater for the specific needs of each child. Additionally, the school’s focus on technology is supported through a school funded 1-1 laptop programwhich students in years 4 to6 have access to. The learning areas of STEM, Physical Education, Japanese, Music and Drama form part of the regular school curriculum and are delivered by specialist teachers.
To view application information and apply for this position visit:
www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx

School website: http://www.stjudes.wa.edu.au

Applications for this position close at 2.00pm Friday, 11 August 2017.

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Our Lady’s Assumption School, Dianella
Perth Archdiocese

Established in 1967 by the Dominican Sisters, Our Lady’s Assumption School is a double stream co-educational parish school catering for approximately 470 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6.

Explicit teaching of numeracy and literacy remain the school’s focus, supported by iPads and Chrome Books in all rooms, and a 1-1 program of iPads (Year 6) and Chrome Books (Years 4 - 5). Support and extension occur through Reading Recovery, MiniLit and Challenge programs.Students enjoy opportunities in a range of curriculum areas including Italian, Music, Library, HASS skills, Physical Education and the Blue Earth program. The school actively participates in the Catholic Schools’ Performing Arts Festival through individual and group performances.  Further opportunities offered to students include instrumental music tutoring, Mini Vinnies, Aussie Optimism Program, Active After School Sports, Maths Olympiad andTournament of Minds.
To view application information and apply for this position visit:
www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx

School website: http://www.ola.wa.edu.au

Applications for this position close at 2.00pm Wednesday, 16 August 2017.

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St Joseph’s School, Pemberton
Bunbury Diocese

Located in the beautiful forest region of Pemberton, 335 kilometres south of Perth, St Joseph’s School was founded by the sisters of St Joseph’s in 1952. With a current enrolment of 52 children from Pre-Kindergarten to year 6, St Joseph’s occupies a significant place in the life of families in Pemberton and some of the surrounding areas.

The school has both literacy and numeracy dedicated times each day, with a current focus on Explicit teaching and learning. In addition to this, St Joseph’s School specialises in a number of areas including Science, Technology, Library, Music, Physical Education, History/Geography and a term three Options program. St Joseph’s also offers access to peripatetic tuition in guitar and singing.
To view application information and apply for this position visit:
www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx

School website: http://web.stjoespemberton.wa.edu.au

Applications for this position close at 2.00pm Wednesday, 16 August 2017.

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St Brigid’s Primary School, Middle Swan
Perth Archdiocese

St Brigid’s Primary School in Middle Swan was established in 1902 by the Sisters of Mercy to provide a Catholic education to children in Midland, Middle Swan and surrounding areas. In 2017, St Brigid’s Primary School is a double stream co-educational school catering for 464 students from Kindergarten to Year 6.

While literacy and numeracy remain a strong focus, the school is highly committed to ensuring that students are provided with opportunities to participate in a range of curriculum areas. Music, Italian, Physical Education, Choir, Catholic Performing Arts Dance Troupe, Breakfast Club and afterschool clubs such as Netball and Orienteering are just some of the opportunities available to students at St Brigid’s Primary School.
To view application information and apply for this position visit:
www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx

Applications for this position close at 2.00pm Thursday, 17 August 2017.

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St Lawrence Primary School, Balcatta
Perth Archdiocese

St Lawrence Catholic Primary School is a single stream co-educational primary school in the north-eastern region of Perth, providing a Catholic education to 254 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 6. The school was founded in 1960 by the Sisters of Mercy.

The staff are committed to providing the best opportunities for the students in all learning areas. Providing a quality early childhood education and cooperative learning is a strong focus at the school, with specialist programmes also available in LOTE (Italian), Music, Drama, Physical Education and Library.
To view application information and apply for this position visit:
www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx

Applications for this position close at 2.00pm Thursday, 17 August 2017.
   
 
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