Our School Community

Our school community

Our school mantra: Welcoming Respecting Learning Creating Community

Members of the St John’s Parish school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St John’s Parish School. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St. John’s.

St John’s Parish School provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLA’S) as mandated by the NSW Board of Studies.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St John’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St John’s Parish School has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St John’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of term, one teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises, unless of course they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only asks parents to make an appointment in particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St John’s Parish School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

Our School Community

Our school community

Members of the Sacred Heart Parish Primary school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at Sacred Heart. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending Sacred Heart School.

Sacred Heart provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Board of Studies.

The following curriculum areas are taught at Sacred Heart:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at Sacred Heart has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at Sacred Heart are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment during particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

Sacred Heart School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

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Our school motto: Safe Respectful Learners Just Like St Patrick

St Patrick’s School encourages the Gospel Values of Jesus. In particular:

Community

We believe in affirming the worth of each one as uniquely gifted by the Spirit so that everyone is recognised as having something special to bring to the lives of others and to the building of the Kingdom of God.

Hope

We are committed to the righting of wrongs done to people, which oppresses them, marginalizes them or prevents their full human development.

Openness

We are committed to being people who are open and trusting. We believe it is important to be fully present to each individual and to deal with issues justly.

Peace

We are committed to being people of peace and to the value of working cooperatively with others. We believe in open and honest communication as the most truly effective means of resolving disputes.

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Our school motto: Stronger, Smarter, Safe, Respectful Learners

Members of the St Ignatius’ school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St Ignatius’. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St Ignatius’ School.

St Ignatius’ provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Board of Studies.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Ignatius’:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Ignatius’ has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Ignatius’ are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Ignatius’ School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

Our School Community

Our School Community

Our school motto: We are the hope of the future. Let’s get educated.

Members of the St Therese’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St Therese’s.  All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St Therese’s school.

St Therese’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Therese’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Therese’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Therese’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment during particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Therese’s Community School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

Our School Community

Our school community

 

 

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Our school motto: “Let your light shine before all” Matthew 5:16

Members of the St Patrick’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St Patrick’s. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St Patrick’s School.

St Patrick’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Patrick’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Joseph’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Joseph’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask parents to make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Joseph’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

Our School Community

Our school community

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Our school motto: We Are Safe, Respectful Learners


Members of the St Michael’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St Michael’s. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St Michael’s School.

St Michael’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Michael’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Michael’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at  St Michael’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Michael’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential. As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, group work with students, canteen, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

We promote a family-friendly environment and build strong community partnerships by welcoming and actively encouraging a wide variety of participation in the life of the school.  The positive involvement of parents in all aspects of their child’s learning is welcomed and encouraged. In recognising that the family is the most significant influence upon an individual, learning is seen as an ongoing partnership between home and school.

Our School Community

Our school community

Members of the St Mary’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others.  By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St, Mary’s.  All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St Mary’s School.

St Mary’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Mary’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Mary’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Mary’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class.  The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Mary’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

 

Our School Community

Our school community

Our school motto: ‘Deeds, not words only’

Members of the St Mary’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises the need for all members of the school community to work together for each other.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St. Mary’s.  All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St. Mary’s School.

St Mary’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Reporting

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask parents to make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Mary’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

Our School Community

In the tradition of the Catholic faith, our school strives to be a truly Christian community and, as such, attempts to provide an environment which encourages teachers, children and parents to work together, worship together and share friendship together.

We are a welcoming, caring and inclusive community where all are welcome and every child participates fully in the life of our school. Our school is an exciting and enthusiastic place of learning where we work in collaboration to create a contemporary educational environment for every child in our care.

We have a wonderful staff team at St Laurence’s Parish School. Their enthusiasm, dedication and ability to embrace 21st century quality teaching and learning has enabled St Laurence’s to be a school of great reputation, with a strong curriculum embedded in contemporary learning approaches.

Our School Community

Our school community

Our school motto:  “Duce Maria; With Mary as our leader”

Members of the St Joseph’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto reflects the characteristics of Mary Mother of Jesus.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St. Joseph’s. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St. Joseph’s School.

St Joseph’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Board of Studies.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Joseph’s:

  • ‘Educating in Christ’ Religious Education
  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Joseph’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Joseph’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of the year a Parent Information Meeting is held to inform parents of the curriculum covered.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to to discuss concerns with parents throughout the year by appointment. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only asks that parents make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Joseph’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with sporting events, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, assemblies, liturgical celebrations and special events. 

Our School Community

Our school community

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Excelsior (Latin) – Higher

“We aim higher to do the best we can at all times”

Dieu et Devoir (French) – God & Duty

“We aim to do our duty and service to God with all that God has given us”

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Our school mantra: “Learning Together – Caring for Others”

Members of the St Joseph’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St. Joseph’s Parish School. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St. Joseph’s School.

St Joseph’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Joseph’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Joseph’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Joseph’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the end of Term 1 teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Joseph’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, sports carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools Week as well as for special assemblies and morning teas.

Our School Community

Our school community

Embedded School Video

Our school motto: Let your light shine before all (Matthew 5:16)

Members of the St Joseph’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St. Joseph’s. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St. Joseph’s School.

St Joseph’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Board of Studies.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Joseph’s:

    • English
    • Mathematics
    • Science and Technology
    • Human Society and its Environment
    • Personal Development
    • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Joseph’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Joseph’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

3 Way Partnership Meetings are offered each term,  as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child. At the end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home to inform about student progress for the semester. Parents are invited to make an appointment for an interview to discuss their child’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to meet with parents at other times whenever the need arises. The principal has an open door policy for parents, and ask that parents make an appointment, through the admin office, for a mutually agreeable time.

Parental Involvement

St Joseph’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Parents can be involved with the school in a variety of ways; the Parents and Friends Association, volunteer to help with , canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, 3 Way Partnership Meetings, the School Advisory Committee, Lunch On The Lawn on Fridays in Week Five and on special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

Our School Community

Our School Community

CLASSROOM EXPERIENCES/PARENT HELPERS

Parents are active tutors in individual class programs and are important participants in our policy development committees.

Each year parents are invited to become involved in their children’s education through various activities at the school.

Recent legislation requires all people working with children to sign a declaration form indicating that they are not a prohibited person.

All parent helpers at St Joseph’s School are also required to attend a Child Protection Information Session run in the school by the Principal.

Our School Community

Our School Community

VIRTUE ALONE ENNOBLES

Members of the St John’s Parish School community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St John’s. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St John’s Parish School.

Our school provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St John’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment (History and Geography)
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St John’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St John’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

A parent information evening is held at the beginning of the year to allow the parents an opportunity to be part of the yearly goals for the whole school and each class.

At the end of the second and fourth terms, an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask parents to make appointments at particularly busy times.


Parental Involvement


St John’s Parish School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, Grandparents’ Day and morning teas.

 

 

Our School Community

Our School Community

Our school motto: Faith, Honesty and Responsibility

Members of the St Augustine’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and a responsibility to use them with each other. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St Augustine’s. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St Augustine’s School.

St Augustine’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Augustine’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Augustine’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. The staff at St Augustine’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.  

Our school provides extracurricular activities for all students. Primary students are encouraged to select music lessons provided expertly by the Macquarie Conservatorium from Dubbo. Students are able to participate in The Hub (coding club), chess club, Tournament of Minds and Maths Olympiads.


Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

At the of the beginning of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment at particularly busy times. 

Parental Involvement

St Augustine’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

“As a passionate parent of two children at St Augustine’s Parish School, I have embraced from day one my being able to be involved in all levels at school, to be able to do my share and assist in sustaining and supporting our very special school. We choose St Augustine’s Parish School for our children for the values and community which it offers, and we are grateful for this every day.”  (Holly Davies – Parent)

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

 

Our School Community

Our school community

Embedded School Video

Our school motto: Praise, Love and Trust

Members of the Holy Family Parish School community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that we at Holy Family praise, love and trust God and one another.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at Holy Family. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending Holy Family Parish School.

Holy Family Parish School provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Educational Standards Authority.

The following curriculum areas are taught at Holy Family:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at Holy Family has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at Holy Family are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each year, each stage sends out a parent information newsletter to inform parents about classroom practices and curriculum.

At the end of the second and fourth terms, an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment at particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

Holy Family Parish School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, canteen, covering books, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.

Our school community

Our school motto: Let your light shine before all  (Matthew 5:16)

Members of the St Joseph’s school community are encouraged to live out the true mission of Jesus by recognising and acknowledging the sacredness and uniqueness of each individual.

The school motto recognises that each of us has been given gifts and we are called to share these gifts with others. By sharing our gifts we shine our light before all.

Religious Education is an integral part of the curriculum at St. Joseph’s. All children are expected to participate in the Religious Education Program and liturgical activities whilst attending St. Joseph’s School.

St Joseph’s provides a comprehensive education comprising all Key Learning Areas (KLAs) as mandated by the NSW Board of Studies.

The following curriculum areas are taught at St Joseph’s:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science and Technology
  • Human Society and its Environment
  • Personal Development
  • Health and Physical Education
  • Creative & Practical Arts

Every student at St Joseph’s has the opportunity to be involved in sport and participate in Diocesan, Inter-diocesan and State Carnivals. Staff at St Joseph’s are committed and dedicated to ensuring that the needs of every student are catered for.

Reporting

At the beginning of each term, an overview of curriculum for each class is sent to parents.

Interim reports are sent home three times a term.

At the end of term one, teacher interviews are offered as an opportunity for parents to meet and discuss the learning of their child.

The end of the second and fourth terms an individual report is sent home with an invitation to parents to make an appointment for an interview to discuss the student’s progress and formulate goals for future progress.

The teachers are available to parents whenever the need arises unless of course, they are in class. The principal has an open door policy for parents, as well as staff and students, and only ask that parents make an appointment during particularly busy times.

Parental Involvement

St Joseph’s School works in partnership with the parents to provide each student with the opportunities to reach his/her full potential.

As a result, parents are welcome in our school at all times. Many parents come into the school on a volunteer basis to help with reading programs, athletic and swimming carnivals, special occasions during Catholic Schools week, senior citizens assembly and morning tea.