Our Lady's Assumption Primary School is a two-stream coeducational school catering for students from Pre-Kindy to Year 6. The School has a long history in the community, with the Our Lady's Assumption Parish established in 1965, and soon after the School in 1967. The School celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2017. 

 

 

Vision statement

 

The School community seeks to foster a living faith, based on truth, where the potential and dignity of the individual is respected and nurtured in an environment of trust.

 

Our Core Values

 

Respect

We show respect when we treat ourselves and others with fairness and dignity, and care for our world.

Compassion

We show others we care by reaching out to those in need and sharing what we have.

Excellence

We strive to do everything to the best of our ability.

Honesty

We are honest when we are just in our thoughts, words and actions.

Courage

We show courage when we stand up for our beliefs, take risks and persevere.

Co-operation

We show our spirit of co-operation when we help eachother and work towards common goals.

Goals

 

In order to reflect the life and love of Christ for His people, the School strives to:

 

Foster faith formation through word and example

  • Provide an atmosphere which promotes dignity and respect for all

  • Provide a supportive environment which encourages each child to develop as a confident, independent learner

  • Nurture the spiritual, social, physical, intellectual and emotional needs of the child

    Promote appreciation of, and respect for, all creation

  • Encourage each member of the school community to approach life with confidence and optimism