Catholic schools are learning communities that assist the Church in its mission of spreading the gospel of Christ. They promote schools as inclusive and compassionate learning institutions, and develop understanding and empathy for those in need in the local, national and global communities.


Catholic schools recognise that children's learning is enhanced when parents are acknowledged and supported in their role as educators. They maintain strong links with parents and encourage a sense of belonging and mutual respect within the school community. Catholic schools provide opportunities that help families develop the faith of their children. They encourage and support the partnership model of sacramental preparation.

Catholic schools foster a strong commitment to welfare and social justice. They are inclusive, compassionate and empathetic communities that give spiritual support and practical help to the lonely and the marginalised, and contribute to the maintenance of a fair and just society.

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