Principal – responsible for the provision of quality education of hearts and minds and ensuring that all students are happy and safe. The Principal is also responsible for administration and organisation of the school according to the policies and guidelines set down by the Catholic Education Canberra Goulburn (CECG), Catholic Education Commission (CEC), Minister of Education and Training, the NSW Board of Studies and St Mary’s School Board.
Assistant Principal – assists in the day to day running of the school and provides assistance with teaching methods and pedagogy including the implementation and maintenance of learning with technology.
Religious Education Coordinator – in liaison with the Principal and Parish Priest, coordinates the spiritual dimension of the school, and provides support for teachers in implementing the Archdiocesan Religious Education Guidelines “Treasures New and Old” across K-6.
Information & Communication Technology (ICT) Teaching and Learning Specialist – leads teaching and learning using the ICT infrastructure within the school.
Sports Coordinator – organises school carnivals, inter-school and representative sport and sport resources. This position is presently shared among executive staff with support form office staff.
Classroom Teachers – each class has an assigned classroom teacher who is well educated with appropriate qualifications.
Classroom Support Teacher – assist students and teachers in providing for the diverse needs of all students.
Librarian – assists learning and teaching with a literature and research based focus.
Choir teacher – develops the talents of students in the school choir.
Support staff - provide additional support to staff and students in the school office.
Grounds and Maintenance – persons responsible for day to day cleaning and upkeep of grounds and buildings.
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29 Mar 2019
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