For Students

Our school is two-stream school catering for girls and boys from Kindergarten to Year 6. The Year 5 and 6 classes are blended into a special program called Middle School. These students run to a secondary school style timetable, changing classes for different subjects with different teachers. The emphasis is on responsibility and organisation to make the most of every learning opportunity they are given.

There is a full leadership program in place to prepare students at different levels for the opportunities that exist in student leadership. This includes a Student Council, School Safety Team, House Leaders and a Mini Vinnies group.

All students are encouraged to set their own individual learning goals at the beginning of each term.

We enter various sporting activities, such as netball and soccer gala days, as well as interschool athletics, cross country running and swimming competitions.

Students have the opportunity to participate in choir, band, chess, after school sports, keyboard lessons, and drama groups.

Student Wellbeing

St Joan of Arc Catholic Primary School promotes a secure, healthy and supportive environment for all members of our school community. Student wellbeing is a shared responsibility between home, school and the community.

The school endeavours to provide a caring and nurturing environment for our students.

Programs and strategies are used to encourage and develop respectful relationships, positive social behaviours and critical and creative problem solving skills.

Policies relevant to student wellbeing can be found in the Policies and Enrolment sections of this website.