Diocesan Catholic Schools Authorities of NSW
Access to the 11 Diocesan Catholic Schools Authorities of New South Wales.
Other Catholic Education Commissions
Access to all the Australian State and Territories Catholic Education Commissions. From these sites you can gain online access to the Diocesan Catholic Schools Authorities of all Catholic Dioceses throughout Australia.
Catholic Commission for Employment Relations
The task of the CCER is primarily to advise Catholic employers of teachers on industrial matters. While employment relations in education have remained the major focus of the CCER, in recent years its role has been expanded to almost all areas of employment in the Church.
National Catholic Education Commission
The National Catholic Education Commission is the official body appointed by and responsible to the Australian Catholic Bishops' Conference for developing, enunciating and acting upon policy at the national level for the Church's work in education.
Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes (NSW)
The purpose of the Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes is to foster the life and mission of the religious sisters, brothers and priests in the Church in New South Wales by mutual co-operation, by collaboration with the Bishops in the mission of the Church, by research and reflection on religious life and by co-operation with and representation on relevant organisation.
Official Vatican website with news, information, and press releases concerning the Pope.
Australian Catholic Bishops' Conference
The Australian Catholic Bishops' Conference webpage provides a rich source of material for Catholic educators: conference bulletins, details about the Catholic Church in Australia, statements on a wide range of social and moral issues as well as links to Catholic sites in Australia.
NSW Board of Studies
On this site you will gain access to key documents and policies for NSW education, statistics on the HSC and SC, NSW syllabuses, past HSC examination papers and links to schools.
Department of Employment and Workplace Relations
Implements government policies and programs to provide education and training opportunities for all Australians, to increase employment participation and to ensure fair and productive workplaces.
The Australian Government Department of Education is responsible for national policies and programmes that help Australians access quality and affordable child care, early childhood education, school education, higher education, international education and academic research.
NSW Department of Community Services
The NSW Department of Community Services (DoCS) promotes the safety and wellbeing of children and young people and works to build stronger families and communities. Visit this site for "Keep Them Safe" advice.
Curriculum Corporation is an independent education support organisation owned by all Australian Ministers of Education. The Corporation provides advice and assistance in developing curriculum and publishes high-quality electronic educational resources.
Education.Au Limited is owned by the Ministers of Education Training in the Australian and all State/Territory governments. It fosters collaboration and cooperation between the education sectors and systems in relation to the use of the Internet in education and on EdNA as the major vehicle for this collaboration.
The Le@rning Federation
This website outlines the progress of the Le@rning Federation Initiative, provides access to key documents and reports as well as forums and services through which stakeholders and the public can be kept informed of the Initiative.