This page answers questions about Catholic schools which are often asked by parents. The answers provided are as factual as possible. Click on a question to find the answer and click on it again to hide the answer. [xa_acc style=”xa-blue”read more
Various resources are being developed to support parents in helping children and young people develop in faith. Some of these can be used by parents and carers in their own family context; others will be useful for parents who are involved in school Pareread more
SCES has established a group of parents from across the Dioceses in Scotland to promote the active involvement of parents in their children’s education in Catholic schools. The working group (PIWG) meets 4 times per school year and works to an actiread more
On Saturday 3rd October 2015, parents and Parent Council members from Catholic schools gathered in St Francis Xavier Hall in Carfin Lanarkshire to participate in a national assembly of Catholic school parents to address the theme: “Parents Making Seread more
We cannot live without forgiving one another, or at least we cannot live well, especially in the family. Every day we wrong one another. … What we are asked, however, is to heal immediately the wounds we cause, to reweave the threads that we break in thread more
Archbishop Philip Tartaglia invites members of the wider Catholic Education community – parents, teachers, students, clergy – to participate in the next OPEN FORUM session of the Catholic Education Commission. Designed to provide an opportuniread more
This leaflet has been written to introduce parents to THIS IS OUR FAITH – the guidance which teachers in Catholic schools follow when planning and teaching programmes of Religious Education. Further resources are being planned to provide moreread more
The Parental Involvement Working Group of the Scottish Catholic Education Service encourages all parents and Parent Councils to respond to the Call for Evidence by the National Parent Forum Scotland. Parental involvement in Catholic schools is important fread more
Annual Gathering of Catholic Parents: 21st January 2017. 10am-12pm, St. Francis Xavier Church Hall, Carfin The Parent Involvement Working Group organised an event for all interested Catholic parents with children currently at school. This Gathering foread more
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