Policies & Publications
2016-07 Ordained Ministers, Campus Ministers and Student Welfare Workers in Catholic Schools and Colleges
Code of Conduct
This Code of Conduct 2 January 2018 applies to all Catholic Education – Diocese of Rockhampton employees engaged on a temporary, casual, part-time, fixed term or continuing basis. This Code of Conduct replaces the Catholic Education – Diocese of Rockhampton’s Code of Conduct Version 1.5 February 2014 and all previous versions.
Cybersafety and Cyberbullying - A guide for Parents and Carers
This guide provides important information for parents and carers about cybersafety and cyberbullying. It suggests what you could do if your child is the target or is responsible for inappropriate behaviour.
Information and Communications Technologies Code of Practice
Child / Student Early Learning and Care to Year 2
The Pastor and the Principal - Collaborative Relationships
The purpose of this document is to provide recommended practice to assist in enhancing the collaborative relationships amongst those involved in parish ministry and educational ministry in schools and colleges (hereinafter jointly referred to as “schools”) in the Catholic diocese of Rockhampton.
Diversity of Ministry — Oneness of Mission
The purpose of this document is to enhance the positive and collaborative relationships that exist between parishes and schools in the Catholic Diocese of Rockhampton. This document complements an earlier document The Pastor and the Principal — Collaborative Relationships. (Diocesan Education Council, Diocese of Rockhampton, 2013)
Always Mindful - A history of Catholic Education
”Always Mindful’ celebrates almost 140 years of Catholic schooling in Central Queensland under a succession of nine bishops and supported by hundreds of committed and dedicated religious and lay people determined to see Catholic education flourish despite isolation, lack of resources and poor pay. A ‘labour of love.’ is how author, John Browning, describes the efforts of generations of people who have contributed so selflessly to Catholic Education.
The book details the growth of Catholic education from 1863 to 1990, under the various bishops who have served this area since European settlement began beginning with Bishop James Quinn, the first Bishop of Brisbane, and ending with the eighth Bishop appointed to the Rockhampton Diocese, Bishop Bernard Wallace.
To order a copy of this book, print this Order Form and either fax or post it to the Catholic Education Office.