Our SchoolsThere are two primary schools within our parish
St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School
The culture and practice of St Anthony’s can be expressed through: Ethos/Climate/Spirit. All concerned with the operations of a school – students, parents and staff are quick to discern how St Anthony’s differs from another school in Ethos/Climate/Spirit/Culture.
As a Catholic School, St Anthony’s promotes the traditions and ethos of the Catholic Church, which unites the personal and social aspect of their Catholic culture.
The ethos of St Anthony’s refers to the pervading spirit or 12 character which is reflected in our daily learning such as:
- The arts (music and drama achievements/results)
- Sporting achievements (local, district and state representatives)
- Academic excellence (maths competitions, literacy competitions, reports from secondary schools etc)
- Community involvement (local shopping centres – top quiz kids etc.)
- Religious activities (missions, assemblies)
St Anthony’s is remembered by past students as a happy and friendly place and students often return for visits long after they have left the school.
For further information on St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School, see the school website.
St Luke’s Catholic Primary School
St Luke’s Catholic Parish School caters for children from Prep through to Year 7 in partnership with families, our Parish, the Catholic Education Centre and wider community.
St Luke’s offers a curriculum which supports the growth and development of the whole child – socially, emotionally, spiritually, intellectually and physically.
Our staff respects the uniqueness and dignity of each child and base teaching/learning programs on sound educational theory and practise. Set amid pockets of natural bushland and native gardens, our modern buildings and facilities offer an attractive and welcoming learning environment for children P-7.
For further information on St Luke’s Catholic Primary School, go to the school website.