30 Ranworth Road
HOCKING WA 6065
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This is an exciting time for Catholic Education in Western Australia and the Parish of St Anthony of Padua in Wanneroo. St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School is the third Catholic school within the Shire of Wanneroo to cater for Catholic families who desire a Catholic education for their children. The parents and staff work collaboratively with our Parish Priest Father John Daly, and in the near future with Banksia Grove Catholic Primary School and St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School.
St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School will, overtime, develop the capacity to become a double stream, co educational school catering for a three-year-old program through to our student leaders in year six.
Peter Quinn, our architect has designed a beautiful school both aesthetically and educationally to provide an optimal learning environment for the staff, parents and children as we share the learning journey.
We are currently seeking enrolments for kindergarten to year three. It is important for you to appreciate that we will require adequate numbers of students in a particular year level to make it viable. We will be operating kindergarten and pre primary classes for 2015 and Year One in 2016. We are hoping to run a Year Two/Three Class in 2016 this will depend on our numbers. If you are considering St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School for your preferred school please take the time to complete the necessary documentation.
We have commenced an Expression of Interest list for a three-year-old program to operate at our school. Please ring Melissa or Carmel on 08 9303 7600 to have your name added to the list.
If you are interested in an excellent quality Catholic education for your children please complete an Application for Admission form and forward the Application with the supporting documentation to the school. The information can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or alternatively use our postal address PO Box 2126 Wangara DC 6947. Our business hours are 8.30am to 4.30pm.
May God keep you safe in the palm of his hand.