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New Zealand Catholic Education Officefinity2023-06-12T13:40:24+12:00
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The New Zealand Catholic Education Office (NZCEO) is the office of the New Zealand Council of Proprietors of Catholic Integrated Schools. We also serve the educational requirements of the New Zealand Catholic Bishops Conference. We assist the Conference and the Proprietors of Catholic state-integrated schools in their mission of providing Catholic education.
The staff at NZCEO are excited to introduce Kōtui which is the new, rebranded Lighting New Fires. In the 1990s Sir Brother Pat Lynch was responsible for initiating the publication Lighting New Fires which [...]
You are warmly invited to participate in the ongoing Te Kupenga & NZCEO 2023 Symposium Series. You can join from the comfort of your office, staffroom or wherever you have access to internet coverage! There [...]
Each year the New Zealand Catholic Education Office (NZCEO) makes a significant financial contribution to supporting the development of Catholic teachers in leadership and the teaching of Religious Education. The Board of NZCEO has [...]
Welcoming new board members An induction plan helps to bring new board members up to speed as quickly as possible. The aim should be a seamless transition where effective governance continues, irrespective of a [...]
The First Time Principals’ Programme consists of a series of short (1.5hrs) online seminars and discussions to help form principals as the faith leader in a Catholic school. The programme is intended to compliment diocesan first-time principals’ programmes. Principals who commenced in within the last two years will be invited to participate.
We will celebrate the next Catholic Schools Day in 2025. Catholic Schools Day is an opportunity to showcase who we are to our communities. The theme of Catholic Schools Day in 2021 was Tūrangawaewae: Catholic Schools – A Place to Stand.