We Are Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga
Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga (CEDWW) serves twenty-five primary schools and five secondary colleges. Our staff support principals and school staff in their work around maximising student learning, growth and development including;
- Professional learning
- Strategic planning
- Renewal and development of school leadership personnel
- System Monitoring
- Registration and Accreditation
- Liaison with the NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA)
- Advice and support for the Director of Schools
- Processes which advance the resolution of concerns
- School-based projects
Catholic Education team members have responsibilities for supporting schools with Learning and Teaching, Faith and Care, School and System Improvement, Finance and Resources, Information and Communication Technologies and Human Resource Services.
Vision and Mission
Our Catholic school communities encounter and engage with Jesus and His message.
We achieve this as communities of:
- Faith – teaching, celebrating and living our Catholic faith
- Learning – inspiring, informing and engaging our communities in learning
- Care – building caring and supportive environments that promote wellbeing and learning
- Service – embracing leadership which fosters collaborative practices for mutual benefit and partnership and
- Stewardship – caring for people, creation and resources
The Catholic Diocese of Wagga Wagga is located within Wiradjuri country in the Riverina and southwestern district of New South Wales. The Murray and Murrumbidgee Rivers are significant geographical features of the area with the eastern border of the Diocese lying in the mountainous regions of the Great Dividing Range.
Established in 1917, the Diocese of Wagga Wagga has a rich faith tradition; our faith communities are nourished and sustained by the sacramental life of the church administered and accessed through 31 parishes. The Most Reverend Mark Edwards OMI is our Bishop.
Catholic Education, Diocese of Wagga Wagga comprises 31 schools – 26 primary and 5 secondary. Boarding facilities can be accessed by 3 of our secondary schools.