Welcome to Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga.

Catholic Education in the Diocese of Wagga Wagga serves twenty-six primary schools and five secondary colleges. Our staff support principals and school staff in their work around maximising student learning, growth and development.

Our schools aim to educate the whole child so that they can grow academically, spiritually, physically and emotionally. We achieve this as communities of Faith, Learning, Care, Service and Stewardship.

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WE ARE
BUILDING
FUTURES.

WHY CHOOSE
A CATHOLIC
EDUCATION?

We are leading the way in the future of Catholic Education.

The learning and teaching team works to maximize the learning growth and well-being of all young people in our Catholic schools by inspiring, informing and engaging our communities in learning. Our priority is to promote, model and build communities of learners who experience engaging, purposeful learning and pedagogy. The promotion of quality curriculum and assessment practices in our Catholic schools underpins this priority.

Year 6 Holbrook students organise ‘Fiver for a Farmer’ appeal

Year 6 Holbrook students organise ‘Fiver for a Farmer’ appeal

Year 6 students at St Patrick's Primary School, Holbrook have been inspired by Sydney Schoolboy, Jack Berne to initiate a 'Fiver for a Farmer' appeal at their school Jack and his classmates at St John...
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NAIDOC 2018

NAIDOC 2018

NAIDOC events took place across schools over the last few weeks with this year's theme, "Because of Her, We Can!"  celebrating the essential role that women have played - and continue to play - as...
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Addams Family Rocks Marian

Addams Family Rocks Marian

Marian Catholic College recently performed to over 2200 members of the local Griffith and wider community when they presented the musical The Addams Family. Over 100 students from Years 7 to 11 were involved either...
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VEX IQ Robotics Challenge

VEX IQ Robotics Challenge

On the last weekend of the last school holidays, 9 students and their parents and teacher mentors travelled to Melbourne. They competed in the season opener of the 2018-2019 Challenge for VEX IQ Robotics. Prior...
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