St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School Wyong, as part of the Catholic community, has the task of educating and forming young people as disciples of Jesus and providing them with opportunities to always ‘Let your Light Shine’.
St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School is a distinctly Catholic school where children are educated in the Catholic tradition and given the opportunity to follow Jesus.
For many students, Catholic schools offer the opportunity for contact with the Church in action. All aspects of school life are immersed in the discipleship of Jesus.
All members of the St Cecilia’s community have the task of educating students in the traditions of the Catholic faith inspiring all to be disciples of Jesus.
We, the community of St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School are part of the Diocese of Broken Bay. As a community of disciples of Jesus, we build upon the foundations established in 1916 by the Sisters of St Joseph.
The community of St Cecilia’s Catholic Primary School is committed to:
- educating children in the knowledge and traditions of the Catholic Faith
- leading children to a commitment to following Jesus
- nurturing a welcoming, caring and inclusive community
- providing quality education fostering a love of learning
- catering for the needs of each child
- valuing the needs of each child
- empowering children to contribute positively to the school and wider community
The St Cecilia’s Community strives to develop an atmosphere of respect, learning, safety and cooperation in the way the staff, children and parents relate to each other.
I am important, I will care for myself.
Others are important, I will care for others.
Our School is important; I will care for our environment.
I will co-operate by doing what is best for everyone.
I will keep myself safe.
I will keep others safe.
I will keep our school safe.
I am responsible for my own learning & I will be proud of my own achievements.
I will respect the learning of others & I will be proud of others’ achievements.
I will help create a positive learning environment.
“Let your light shine”