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If you are ready to enrol your child for 2023 or 2024, please complete an enrolment form.

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Welcome to St Benedict's Primary School.

St Benedict's Primary School is a happy place where students feel a strong sense of belonging, reach their fullest potential, and discover their love of learning.

We are an inclusive and diverse school community, welcoming students from all faiths and backgrounds, nurturing them in the Catholic faith and values, to become independent and resilient learners.

We attract and develop teachers who share this commitment. Our teachers use high impact teaching practices to bring out the best in every child. – learn more about our Catalyst program

Our school prides itself in being a small and caring environment, providing individualised attention to students and families, and building a strong and supportive community that nurtures every child.

SCHOOL TOURS for 2024 Enrolments

  • Tuesday 3rd May: 9.30am-11.00am and 3.30pm-5.00pm
  • Wednesday 4th May: 11.30am-1.00pm
  • Thursday 5th May: 9.30am-11.00am and 3.30pm-5.00pm
  • Tuesday 10th May: 9.30am-11.00am and 3.30pm-5.00pm

To learn more about our school, please fill out the enquiry form below. Once we receive your details, we will send you an information pack about our school, including details on our upcoming information sessions and open days.

Also feel free to call our school on 02 6295 8027 any time during school hours.

Filling out the enquiry form is an optional step before enrolling. Once you are ready to enrol, you will need to fill out an application form.

“They make all of the children feel special and valued. They really feel a strong sense of belonging to their community.” - St Benedict's parent

“The kinder teacher has this incredible ability to make every student feel like they’re THE MOST IMPORTANT person she’s ever taught.” - St Benedict's parent

“They really focus on caring for those less fortunate. Putting their faith into action. My kids love it because it empowers them to be able to help, even though they’re young.” - St Benedict's parent

“The school builds the children’s confidence to be able to express their views and be their own person.” - St Benedict's parent