St Emilie’s Catholic Primary school is a vibrant, co-educational and multicultural primary school of approximately 450 students, from Kindergarten to Year 6. Our Vision is to promote life-long learning in a safe, nurturing and Christ-centred environment.
Our Mission is to courageously inspire and support students to grow as confident, creative and capable learners, who are well-equipped to relate to an ever-changing world. Student well-being is of paramount importance to us. We provide a respectful and friendly environment for children to learn, play and flourish in. When a child feels they belong; when they are known and valued, and when they are well supported, their opportunity to learn is greatly enhanced.
We have a strong focus on collaboration, cooperation, team work and developing good social and emotional literacy. Teachers, Education Assistants, Support Teachers, Speech and OT Therapists, along with other external providers, all work together to achieve the very best outcomes for our students. We work hard to support each student’s growth and improvement, as learners and as a people. Students continue to perform consistently well academically, which is acknowledged and celebrated. We also have a strong emphasis on providing students with a wide variety of engaging opportunities and experiences.
A range of specialist learning programs are offered, including Health and Physical Education, Digital Technology, Music, Science and Japanese along with extra-curricular opportunities such as Soccer, Instrumental Music and Dance. We partner with OSH Club, which provides a convenient, before and after school service, to those families who need it.
We love learning, we love our school and we genuinely care about one another.