McAuley Catholic Central School

New South Wales, Australia


Location: New South Wales, Australia
Type: Mainstream School
Phase: All-through
Funding status: Independent
Gender: Mixed

About McAuley Catholic Central School

Located in Tumut, New South Wales, McAuley Catholic Central School is an independent co-educational day school with approximately 328 students ranging in age from 4-18. The school caters for students from kindergarten through to Year 10 with separate primary and secondary campuses. 

The school has strong connections with the wider community, which is fostered through parent involvement and student volunteering in community programs such as Meals on Wheels and Riding for the Disabled. To promote a positive and respectful environment, the school employs the restorative practices framework. This framework allows students and teachers to communicate effectively, encouraging pupils to become respectful members of the community. 

Principal 

Rodney Little 

Facilities 

The school has received a grant to update its technology and science building. The refurbishment will allow students to engage in textiles and hospitality. The funding will also allow the school to add a metal workshop to the existing woodwork facility.

Curriculum 

ICT is increasingly being further integrated into the curriculum through the implementation of a bring-your-own-device and Edmodo learning program within the school. The aim of this is to develop students' critical-thinking skills. An inquiry-focused pedagogy will continue to be implemented throughout the school.

School ethos

McAuley Catholic Central School seeks to support the holistic development of its students, so that they can become respectful, caring and valuable members of the community who are connected to the Catholic faith. 

Location


Address: Capper Street, Tumut, New South Wales, NSW 2720, Australia
Telephone: +61 2 6947 2000