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Welcome to the website of the Catholic Education Office, Diocese of Sale. It is a privilege to serve staff, students and parents in the 37 primary schools and seven secondary colleges within our borders.

Learning & Wellbeing

The role of the Catholic Education Office is to provide support, service and leadership to Catholic Primary and Secondary schools in the Diocese of Sale. We seek to engage with and influence the people who make a difference in schools. Our central purpose is to build capacity in Principals, Leaders, Teachers and Students to ensure the continuing development and growth of individuals.

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Latest News

10 March, 2020

Coronavirus advice

Diocese of Sale Catholic Education Limited (DOSCEL), is continuing to monitor the impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

The… More

17 March, 2020

Catholic schools' precautionary measures

Catholic schools in the Diocese of Sale are taking precautionary measures to minimise the spread of coronavirus. More

Schools unite to help break the cycle of poverty and injustice

2 March, 2020

Schools unite to help break the cycle of poverty and injustice

Students from five Catholic secondary schools and several primary schools celebrated the launch of Project Compassion. More

Child safe workshops

14 February, 2020

Child safe workshops

The Diocese of Sale and CatholicCare are working together to develop child safe environments across the Diocese. More

A pastoral letter on voluntary assisted dying

The following letter from Very Reverend Peter Slater, Vicar General, Diocese of Sale and Maria Kirkwood, Director of Catholic Education, Diocese of Sale has been sent to the schools of the Diocese.