All Saints’ School community is dedicated to helping its students achieve their full potential as lifelong learners, in a school environment that promotes and encourages parent and community partnerships.
We practice "Respect" and "Kindness" on a daily basis and these virtues tie into our motto of Faith, Wisdom and Family (as below) and we believe that these make up the unique character of our school and our students. We invite you to become part of the All Saints' School spirit for 'together we can achieve great things!'
Inspired by the teachings of Jesus, and founded in the Mercy Tradition, we are an educational community, shaped by the touchstones of:
Your child’s education should not be the same as their classmates. Why? Your child has unique gifts and deserves teachers who seek opportunities for progress, every school day.
Catholic schools offer this and more by not only pursuing academic excellence but excellence in all pursuits.
Of course, academic achievement is important in every school. However, academic achievement alone does not define success in our world.
Your child’s education should not only be measured by tests and scores. Teachers in Catholic schools know a ranking upon graduation is not the sole definition of your child’s success.
Their education should also be filled with encouragement and wonderment; where their heart sings with joy, every school day.
It should be an education that prepares them to walk gently in an increasingly complex world. And a Catholic education creates a life of purpose, kindness, honesty and compassion.
Catholic schools partner with parents to:
A Catholic education for your child is a wise choice and fees in Archdiocesan schools may be less than you imagined. Families are encouraged to explore the affordability of their choice of school.
All families have the opportunity to seek a Catholic education for their children. Financial aid is available from all Archdiocesan Catholic schools. Fee remissions, family discounts, bursaries and other options are available. Please don’t hesitate to discuss this with our Principal, Mr Campbell.