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We provide a rigorous, challenging and high quality teaching and learning opportunities for all students. The syllabus we follow is set by the National Educational Standards Authority (NESA) , under the mandatory Australian Curriculum. Our students follow the Religious Education curriculum of the Archdiocesan of Sydney.

The Key Learning Areas of NESA are:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Human Society and is Environment
  • Science and Technology
  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
  • Creative Arts.

The school employs specialist staff in ESL (English as a Second Language), Reading Recovery, Special Education, Music/Drama and Sport.

Each classroom has an interactive whiteboard, ICT devices (iPads and laptops), air conditioning, contemporary furnishing and extensive display spaces.

A contemporary library, staffed by our Teacher Librarian and Information Support Officer, is our centre for learning.

The Presentation Hall is our 400-seat space for indoor sport, drama, meetings and assemblies.


Students participate in two hours a week of physical activity. This is a blend of syllabus sport and specialist games sport.

An Athletics Carnival, consisting of traditional and team games events, is hold each year.

A two-week intensive swimming program is held in Term 4, leading to the annual Swimming Carnival.

Students have the opportunity to participate in school choir and dance groups.