Principal’s Welcome

Welcome to St. Joseph’s School

A small but vibrant learning community in the beautiful Southern Forests region of our state. We have a rich history and heritage, having been established by the Josephite Sisters in 1952.

We have built a culture of continuous improvement, working together to ensure that we are developing our students in mind, heart, body and spirit. We offer a safe, positive and contemporary learning environment in which all students can flourish and experience a sense of belonging.

We continue to be guided by the traditions and beliefs of the Catholic Church, striving to develop the faith of all of those in our community. Our community recognises the uniqueness of each child as we encourage the spiritual development of all.

Our professional and dedicated teachers, supported by our wonderful administrative and teaching assistant staff, are committed to best teaching practice and using their expertise to create balanced and challenging learning programs, differentiated to meet the needs of each child. A wide variety of learning programs enhance student achievement.

Parents and community members are encouraged to be involved in all aspects of school life. We value parents as partners in the education of their children and we welcome parents to contribute to the school in a variety of ways.

We work to ensure that each child who attends St. Joseph’s feels valued, with a sense of achievement each day. We are a community of hope, taking opportunities to celebrate together.

If you would like to find out more about what we can offer you and your child, please contact our friendly staff at the school office to arrange a meeting and/or tour of the school (9776 1180).

God bless,

Mr Brett Wilkie
Principal

HISTORY

We have a rich history and heritage, having been established by the Josephite Sisters in 1952.

CULTURE

We have built a culture of continuous improvement, working together to ensure that we are developing our students in mind, heart, body and spirit.

FAITH

We continue to be guided by the traditions and beliefs of the Catholic Church, striving to develop the faith of all of those in our community.

COMMUNITY

Parents and community members are encouraged to be involved in all aspects of school life.