School Fees

In order for the School to provide a rich, engaging and relevant curriculum, parents are required to pay for the general operating costs of the school (eg. phone, power, maintenance etc) through the School Board approved fees. 

School fees help us to provide a rich, engaging and relevant curriculum and to run the school on a daily basis.

The Catholic Education Office provides schools with recommendations for fees, taking into consideration expected cost increases.

School Fees are billed at the beginning of the year and they can be paid in four equal installments (week 6 of each term) or via direct debit / credit at weekly, fortnightly or monthly intervals. These forms are available from the School Office.

The costs of yearly School Fees are detailed below:

I highly value being able to be part of children's education and seeing them grow within themselves into happy and confident children. The smiles on their faces when they have done their best and the invigorating classroom environment is what makes me enjoy coming to school each day.

~ Leanne Gallagher, ESO

Financial assistance for our families

As a Catholic School, we are committed to supporting our families and ensuring no child is excluded because of an inability, on the part of a family, to pay school fees. 

If your family is having difficulties in meeting your financial commitment to the School, please make an appointment with the Principal in order for appropriate confidential arrangements to be made.

If you are eligible for School Card, we ask you please complete the attached form below and return to Gary Rice, Finance Manager.

 

I like to see children working in collaboration with one another and students building on their understandings by listening to each other’s ideas and theories. In my classroom I love watching children grow in confidence to take risks with their learning and trust in their innate curiosity and wonder.

~ Chiara Turci, Reception Teacher