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Important Dates
(refer to newsletter for details)

15th September
Year 4 Gala Sport Day

17th September

Term 3 ends

18th September

Pupil Free Day

5th October

Queen's Birthday Public Holiday

6th October

School resumes for Term 4

13th October

P&F Meeting 5.30pm in Library

27th October

Prep 2021 Information Evening 5.30pm



Sports Uniform Days
Wednesday & Friday

School Assembly
Thursday 2.30pm
MEAC (Sports Hall)


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Holy Name Primary School provides a co-educational faith-based Catholic education to students from Prep to Year 6.   Holy Name is a Catholic School immersed in the values of the Sisters of Mercy providing:

  • Friendly, welcoming, family atmosphere that fosters the Gospel values & academic excellence.
  • A care code that has the student's well-being at the centre of everything we do.
  • A student resilience program that reflects a supportive and caring classroom/school culture.
  • Dedicated and progressive staff who are inclusive and outreaching.
  • Well equipped Early Years Centre.
  • An indoor Activity Centre that caters for all types of sport.
  • An engaging and well-resourced ICT program incorporating I-pads, IWBs and laptops
    into our pedagogical practices.
  • Specialist drama, art and sport teachers; A dance and swimming program for all students.
  • An extension and enrichment program.
  • Visible community spirit; Active and dedicated parent body.
  • Fun and exciting After School Program delivered in a safe and secure environment.

Click here to view a slideshow of images of our wonderful buildings, grounds and facilities.....

On behalf of the school community, I invite you to take the time to look at the information available on this website.  It is an excellent reflection of the interest and dedication the staff at Holy Name have towards the pupils and families of our fine school.

Kathy Bliss, Principal   

Community News

The September or spring school holiday break is almost upon us. Term 3 has continued to provide challenges in adapting to our new restrictions and expectations. Our community has been supportive and extremely compliant and understanding, thus allowing us to provide a safe learning and work environment for staff and students. Thank you!

We have enjoyed a busy and productive term of learning at Holy Name. Our students have excelled in their learning, showing much growth and improvement in the core areas of writing, spelling, reading and numeracy.  Though official NAPLAN did not occur, our internal program for the Yr3 and Yr5 class continued, providing very useful data and feedback on student growth and achievement in the core skills of the Australian Curriculum.  Behind the successes and achievements of our students are active, energetic and generous people. Our expert and dedicated teachers, our parents and of course our volunteers who all give generously of their time and expertise to grow a culture of deep learning and to valuing education, ensures the Holy Name students are capable and successful learners. Do visit our Holy Name Facebook page to like / share and celebrate the many rich and varied learning experiences our students enjoy.

The term will finish with a very action-packed Week 10. Students will be involved in many events. These events are still internal due to the ongoing uncertainty on the safety of full community involvement.

The students will enjoy:

  • Yr4 Gala Day – Soccer (Tuesday)
  • Wellness Wednesday (Wednesday)
  • Cross Country (Wednesday)
  • Book Week Parade (Thursday)
  • Mercy Day Prayer Celebration & Final Assembly (Thursday
  • Pupil-free Day (Friday)

I would like to take this opportunity to say congratulations and thank you to all for your support of Holy Name as we focused on student learning and growth in student achievement as we navigated our way through a changed landscape for our Holy Name community, adapting to the new rules and laws designed to protect all  from the world pandemic that has shaped 2020 thus far. May God’s richest blessings be with our Holy Name families, students and staff as they enjoy a restful, happy and safe holiday.

The idea that books can help make people feel better has long been entrenched in human history. The ancient Greeks placed an inscription above a library entrance calling it a ‘place of healing for the soul.’ This term our ‘Wellness’ activity will coincide with Holy Name Book Week (Week Ten). On Wednesday 16 September, class groups will not only participate in a service activity, they will take time out to enjoy a good book – providing a healthy distraction from day to day surrounds and a chance to relax.

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