- Caritas Award Ceremony Tickets
- Day for Teachers of R.E.
- Vacancy for Secondary Depute Head Teacher
- Primary Head Teacher Vacancies
- Junior Caritas Award
- Caritas Award Ceremony Sunday 2nd June 2013
- Catholic Head Teachers meet Child 31
- Caritas Award Results
- Liturgical Calendar Wallchart 2013-14
- Launch of St Andrew's Foundation
- Teaching Vacancies in Dundee
- 4 Primary Head Teacher Vacancies
- 3 Teaching Vacancies - St David's PS, Dalkeith
- Caritas Award Update 15th April 2013
- Glasgow Caritas Gathering Point
- Planning for Assessment in Religious Education
- Holy Week Resources
- CARITAS AWARD UPDATE 19th March 2013
- Pope Francis: resources for exploring the start of a Papacy
- Habemus Papam: Resources for schools
The Scottish Catholic Education Service (SCES) was established in August 2003 by the Bishops’ Conference of Scotland. SCES is the operational arm of the Catholic Education Commission which sets national policy on all educational matters on behalf of the Roman Catholic Bishops of Scotland.
While the Bishop of each Diocese is responsible for setting education policy to suit the needs of the Catholic community within the local diocesan context, there are broad issues of national significance on which all the Dioceses agree general policy principles, as advised by the CEC. SCES works within the parameters of these national issues to offer support to schools, parishes and Dioceses.
SCES and the CEC are committed to exemplify Christian life-affirming values and to show respect for the dignity of each person, gifted with life worthy of development from creation into eternity. We strive to find common ground with all parties who are committed to this vision of Education for Life.
We aim to:
- articulate and communicate a vision for Catholic education
- develop and implement strategic plans for the development of Catholic education in Scotland
- promote the achievements of Catholic schools
- support teachers in their work as faith witnesses
- develop appropriate CPD courses and materials for teachers
- develop effective links with major partners
- encourage research into issues relating to Catholic education.