Child Protection

Safeguarding Our School Communities The Diocese of Wilcannia-Forbes values the dignity of every person. We are especially committed to ensuring the care, well-being and protection of children in our school communities. As a Diocese we abide by all child protection Read More …

What happens when things go wrong?

Concerns & Complaints We take concerns and complaints seriously and try to resolve them in the most appropriate, efficient and confidential manner possible according to the principles of procedural fairness. We encourage any person with a concern or complaint to Read More …

Getting involved with your child’s learning

There are many ways that parents can support their children’s learning at home and throughout the school year. Work collaboratively with school staff Inform the teacher you want to help your child learn, and that you want to be contacted Read More …

Technology

In the Australian Curriculum, ICT is described as a general capability and is applied to all learning areas of the Curriculum. The capability involves students learning to make the most of the digital technologies available to them, adapting to new ways Read More …

Arts & Culture

“In the longer term, learning in the Creative Arts assists students in their lifelong learning in the visual arts, music, drama and dance. It also assists students to participate in and contribute to cultural life, to become informed consumers of Read More …

Sport

Participation and involvement in sport is encouraged in all our schools. It is expected that in striving for the good of the team, students will give their best and work with their teammates to achieve goals. The sports offered at Read More …

Curriculum

The Australian Curriculum sets the expectations for what all Australian students should be taught, regardless of where they live or their background. It means that students now have access to the same content, and their achievement can be judged against Read More …

Religious Education

Religious Education forms an integral part of the total curriculum of our school. While recognising that parents are the first educators of their children in faith, the Primary Religious Education Curriculum enables young people to see and respond to God Read More …

Aboriginal Education

‘For thousands of years, you have fashioned a culture that endures to this day. And during all this time, the Spirit of God has been with you’ ‘Your culture, which shows the lasting genius and dignity of your race, must Read More …

Meeting the needs of all students

Meeting the needs of all students One of the strengths of Catholic Education in Wilcannia-Forbes Diocese is the diversity of students. It reflects the diversity of life in Western NSW and the curriculum embraces this. It takes into account each Read More …