St Paul's Lutheran Primary School and Kindergarten
Our school was established to provide high quality education within a safe and caring Christian environment. Each student is treated as an individual, and all are encouraged to grow spiritually, emotionally, academically, socially, and physically in a caring and supportive environment.
St Paul's Lutheran Primary School equips our community of learners with a Christian world view for living through sharing the love of Jesus. Our inclusive community provides a quality future-focused education in an ever-changing world.
St Paul's is a Christian school which strives to operate within a Christian values framework. This is evident in the caring way staff meet the educational needs of students and at times, reach out and support families in need. We have embedded into our teaching program a Whole School Values Plan.
St Paul's is a dynamic, innovative and future-focused school where students are supported by highly dedicated staff within a positive and safe learning environment. We provide a very contemporary learning environment where our aim is to not to teach, but to encourage students to learn.
To raise awareness of the issues around bullying and cybersafety, St Paul’s students participated in an orange accessory day. Leading up to the day students were encouraged to share a selfie on Seesaw (an internal learning platform). In the selfie the students wore orange and held up a poster that said ‘I Say No Way […]Read More
The National Day Against Bullying is Friday the 19th of March. We will acknowledge it as a school on Thursday the 18th of March. To raise awareness of this day, the issues surrounding bullying, and to celebrate this event students will be invited to post a selfie message to Seesaw. Some of these selfies and […]Read More
What is your vision for your school community in 2021? Our vision for St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School is to have a community where everyone feels safe, comfortable, and happy. It would be great if everyone could speak freely about their experiences and concerns if they have any. We would like to see the students […]Read More