As a school having opened for the first time in 2005, St Francis has established exceptional facilities, resources and grounds. Facilities include classrooms that are light, well ventilated, full air-conditioned, bright and comfortable. The classrooms are blocked together in units of 3, most of these blocks having their own toilets, shaded eating areas and drink bubblers.
The school also has a wonderful Assembly Hall/Performing Arts Centre, Specialist rooms for Music, Instrumental, Computers and Science. 

Gullarn Ngheere

St. Francis Catholic Primary School is a faith filled community of Jesus Christ and where Francis of Assisi lies at the heart of all that we do and say.  We are guided by Gospel values and the education provided focuses on the spiritual, environmental and academic growth of the children.  This is stated in our Mission as: ‘Journey together as Family in Peace through Love’; we work in partnership with parents/ guardians and our parish community to create a classroom, a school, and ultimately a world, fit for all children.  

Beach-Picture

Field Trip To The Beach

Important Announcement

The Kiss and Drop Zone is an area near the school gates that enables you to drop your child off safely and quickly. The intention is that drivers do not wait in these zones and that they stay in the vehicle so that throughput is streamlined and traffic queues are minimised. In reality it only takes a few inconsiderate drivers to overstay in the zones and the system breaks down, leading to frustration and delays. Orange witches hats are placed along the lane to stop frustrated drivers from pulling out into oncoming traffic which could cause an accident or worse, a student being hit. To review the drop-off rules please go to Admin>Kiss & Drop Rules


Important Announcement

The Kiss and Drop Zone is an area near the school gates that enables you to drop your child off safely and quickly. The intention is that drivers do not wait in these zones and that they stay in the vehicle so that throughput is streamlined and traffic queues are minimised. In reality it only takes a few inconsiderate drivers to overstay in the zones and the system breaks down, leading to frustration and delays. Orange witches hats are placed along the lane to stop frustrated drivers from pulling out into oncoming traffic which could cause an accident or worse, a student being hit. To review the drop-off rules please go to Admin>Kiss & Drop Rules