Holy Spirit School follows the Archdiocesan Religious Education Curriculum and uses the student textbook, To Know Worship and Love, as authorised by the Archbishop of Sydney, Archbishop Anthony Fisher. Also another key feature of our school exists in offering a comprehensive curriculum as mandated by the NSW Board of Studies.

The curriculum is well balanced covering the seven subjects determined by the NESA - NSW Education Standards Authority, Teaching and Educational Standards. These include; English, Mathematics, Human Society and Its Environment, Science and Technology, Creative and Practical Arts and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education.

The staff, students and parents are committed to the school’s learning statement ‘Building Opportunities for Learning Together’. With this as our guide, the teaching and learning programs are differentiated to meet the diverse needs of all learners. The students have access to information technologies that are integrated across the curriculum to enhance their learning. Opportunities exist for students to work with like minded peers through participating in a Gifted Education Program, Learning Support groups and in class support through specialist teachers in English as a Second Language.

Some of our additional curricular activities are: