Principalships

 
2018 PRINCIPALSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
LEAD WITH PURPOSE
 
Applications for 2018 principalship positions in Catholic Education Western Australia (CEWA) are now open.
 
Our schools require Catholic principals who are 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 
 
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Principalship
St Matthew’s School, Narrogin


Founded by the Sisters of Our Lady of the Missions in 1918, St Matthew’s School in Narrogin is a single stream, co-educational Catholic school with an enrolment of 180 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year Six. The school is looking forward to celebrating their 100th Anniversary next year!

The school’s dedicated and enthusiastic staff are committed to implementing whole-school explicit approaches to both Literacy and Numeracy, with a strong focus on embedding Information and Communication Technology across the curriculum. St Matthew’s School offers strong academic programs that are complemented by student social and emotional wellbeing programs such as CHAT and Making Jesus Real. Specialist subjects include Physical Education, Music (including an extension ‘Rock Band Program’), Science and Indonesian.

Extension and support programs such as Minilit, Multilit and Rainbow Reading are also provided for students at St Matthew’s.
Further information about the school can be found at www.matthews.wa.edu.au

To view further application information and apply for this position visit www.ceo.wa.edu.au/Employment/Pages/Vacancies.aspx

Applications for this outstanding leadership opportunity close at 2.00pm Friday, 6 October 2017.
 
 
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St Columba’s Primary School, Bayswater

St Columba’s Primary School in Bayswater is a co-educational, double stream primary school providing a Catholic education to approximately 475 children from Pre-Kindergarten to Year Six.  The school was established by the Sisters of Mercy in 1936 and is an integral part of the St Columba’s Parish.

The staff are committed to providing a high level of quality education through 21st Century Learning, incorporating Inquiry Based Learning as well as Project Based Learning and Explicit Teaching as the school’s priorities for 2018 and into the future. St Columba’s Primary School offers specialist programs in the areas of Innovation and Technology, Music, Science, Humanities, STEM, LOTE (Italian), Physical Education and Library. The school is well resourced in all areas and has the advantage of being able to use the Parish Hall as an additional facility.

Further information is available on the school website: www.stcolsbays.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 on 13 October 2017.
 
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Leschenault Catholic Primary School, Australind

Leschenault Catholic Primary School is a co-educational, double stream primary school providing a faith-based education to 514 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year Six. There is a strong relationship between the Parish, the school and the wider community. Leschenault Catholic Primary School aims to build a Christ centred community that inspires every student to think, learn, achieve and develop a spirit of service and justice.

Students engage in all WA Curriculum areas, with Religious Education being a key priority within the school. Additionally, students are encouraged to learn through intentional play, articulating their learning intentions and utilising their strengths and interests in a variety of ways, such as through bush and nature play. The school has developed a whole school approach to Literacy and Numeracy, and curriculum differentiation and specialist group work is an integral part of all teaching. The Intervention and Enrichment programs within the school also support students with a range of specialised needs.

Further information is available on the school website: www.leschcath.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 on 13 October 2017.
 
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St Mary’s School, Merredin
St Mary's School is a Catholic co-educational primary school, providing a vibrant learning environment for approximately 190 students from Kindergarten to Year Six.  It was founded in 1926 and staffed by the Sisters of St Joseph of the Sacred Heart until 1986. The School enjoys wonderful support from a passionate and dedicated staff, School Board and Parents and Friends’ Association, as well as a close and supportive relationship with the Parish.
A blended curriculum approach that includes Explicit Teaching, Inquiry Based and collaborative learning strategies, are key pedagogical priorities at St Mary’s School. Learning through nature play and providing opportunities for staff, parents and students to be involved in community service and social justice issues are a high priority. Targeted support programs such as Reading Recovery and MacqLit are also provided for students across all year levels.  All students are offered a comprehensive, stimulating and challenging curriculum, with specialist areas in Science, HASS, Drama, Health and Performing Arts. St Mary’s School enjoys excellent facilities and there is a strong emphasis on the use of Information Technology to enhance the curriculum. 

Further information is available on the school website: www.stmarysmerredin.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 on 13 October 2017.
 
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Our Lady Star of The Sea Catholic Primary School, Esperance

Our Lady Star of the Sea is a co-educational, single stream primary school with an enrolment of 130 students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year Six. Located in the scenic coastal town of Esperance, 750kms south-east of Perth, the school was established in 1993 to provide a Catholic education for the Esperance community.

Our Lady Star of the Sea aims to cater for all students’ needs, offering Literacy and Numeracy support across all year levels. A Gifted and Talented program provides an opportunity for students to develop and extend their personal interests and talents. Information Technology is used to enhance learning across the curriculum as part of the 21st Century learning environment and ethos of the school. The PATHS and Aussie Optimism social/emotional programs support the development of resilience and interpersonal skills for the students. An excellent Early Learning Centre operates for the pre-compulsory years of schooling, which includes a playgroup and three to five year olds.

Further information is available on the school website: www.starseaesp.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 on 13 October 2017.
 
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Kururrungku Catholic Education Centre, Billiluna

Kururrungku Catholic Education Centre is situated in the Billiluna Aboriginal Community on Billiluna Station, within the Kimberley region of WA. Providing a vibrant learning environment for approximately 50 students from Kindergarten to Year Ten, the school implements Two-Way Learning to acknowledge both a Western and Aboriginal curriculum, encouraging community involvement and development of the whole person.

Students are encouraged to understand and grow in their knowledge and control of self by participating in The Bluearth, PATHS and Reading Recovery Programs, and Information Communication Technology plays an important part in all levels of the school. Through the implementation of dedicated Literacy and Numeracy times, students explore an engaging curriculum supported by strong school leadership and whole school engagement. The emphasis in the senior classes is preparing the students for attendance at Boarding Schools so that their education may continue to Year 12. Senior students also have the opportunity to attend the Trade Training Centre at Balgo. 

Further information is available on the school website: www.kururrungku.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 on 16 October 2017.
 
 
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