Sydney Catholic Schools is responsible for the leadership, efficient operation and management of the systemic schools which educate around 71,000 students in 152 parish primary and regional secondary schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney.

St Michael’s Catholic Primary School Lane Cove | K-6 | 527 Students
Commencement Date: January 2020
Closing Date: 29 August 2019 

St Michael’s Catholic Primary School Lane Cove is a Catholic systemic parish primary school within the Archdiocese of Sydney. The core values of the school are based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and the charism of Catherine McAuley. The school’s mission is to be an authentic faith and learning community who will ‘Love God, Love Others and Love Learning’. The school strives to provide a nurturing learning environment with high expectations for all. St Michael’s Catholic Primary School Lane Cove aims to maximise learning outcomes and opportunities by implementing an inclusive and effective school-wide pedagogy with differentiated learning, intervention and gifted programs. Students are supported to act responsibly and authentic student voice and leadership are valued. Challenging students to be the best they can be whilst preparing them to be responsible global citizens is what makes St Michael’s a great place to learn.

As a member of the school leadership team, the Religious Education Coordinator shares responsibility for the development of the Catholic life of the school, leadership of its vision, mission and strategic priorities and contribution to the management of the school. The Religious Education Coordinator has delegated responsibility for the coordination and supervision of teaching and learning in Religious Education with a well-developed capacity to take forward the evangelising mission of Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Sydney.

To be considered for this role, you must demonstrate proven experience in:

  • Creating a faith community that brings the Gospel and teachings of the Catholic Church to all the students, families and staff
  • Creating a contemporary, student-centred learning culture
  • Initiating and leading change and improvement to enhance learning for all students, especially in Religious Education
  • Strategic outlook and understands the school within the broader educational, ecclesial and communal context
  • Developing collaborative partnerships to support student and staff faith journey, learning and well-being, especially in the context of evangelization.

You will also possess the following qualifications:

  • Category E Accreditation in accordance with To Work, Teach and Lead in systemic Catholic schools Archdiocese of Sydney Accreditation OR ability to demonstrate the standard descriptors at Lead Teacher Level in accordance with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers.
  • Tertiary qualifications (Essential): For a substantive appointment (Level 1 REC) Graduate Diploma or Masters in Religious Education/Theology (or equivalent as approved by the Director of Religious Education and Evangelisation. A non-substantive appointment (Level 2 REC) a Bachelor Degree with a specialist sequence in Religious Education / Theology and / or a Graduate Certificate in Religious Education / Theology and a willingness to complete the study to attain Level 1 REC status.
  • Post graduate units of study in Leadership (advantageous)


Applicants are required to fill out the REC Application Package along with related documents and return it via email to


This role is classified as a child related work and therefore we require a working with children clearance to be completed prior to your commencement with us.

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