The St Brendan’s School community is very supportive of our students. The parents, grandparents and parishioners actively

support our children’s learning, social and fundraising events throughout the year.

St Brendan’s Parish

There is a strong partnership between St Brendan’s Parish and St Brendan’s school. We work together to nurture spirituality and educate our students in the Catholic traditions and practices.

For further information about the Parish of St Brendan’s Annandale please go to their website located at

Contact Details

St Brendan's: 34 Collins Street, Annandale 2038
Parish Office/Postal Address: 34 Collins St. Annandale 2038.
Phone: 02 9550 3707.
Fax: 02 9519 2679.
Parish Priest: Fr John Milliken

Mass Times

Wednesday: 9:10am
Thursday: 9:10am
Saturday: Vigil 5:30pm
Sunday: 9:30am – Children’s Liturgy

Sacramental Program

Students at St Brendan’s prepare for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Communion and Confirmation through the parish based sacramental programs. Information evenings are conducted by the Parish with the support of the staff of St Brendan’s school. Preparation for the Sacraments is undertaken in small groups which are facilitated by parent leaders.

Family Educator

At St Brendan's we are extremely lucky to have an exceptional Family Educator, Leonie Duck. The role of the Family Educator is to nurture strong and meaningful parish/parent/school relationships and to explore new models of supporting the spiritual, social and educational formation of families. 

It is a wide and varied role, based within the school and working closely with the Parish Priest. Initiatives undertaken by the Family Educator include: 
 - Talks on topics such as Cybersafety, Managing Anxiety and other topics of interest to parents.
 - Family Masses
 - Leading a Mini Vinnies group for students in Years 4, 5 and 6.  
 - Mental health initiatives in conjunction with the KidsMatter team
 - Sacramental gift workshops  
 - Outreach activities - making sandwiches and other edibles, toiletries bags and other items for people in need.
 - Tender Tales - storytime for pre-school age siblings    
 - Contemporary reflections for parents
 - Parent resource library 

The Family Educator is a key point of contact for support to families.