We are a co-educational, primary, Catholic parish school that proudly implements a cutting-edge, contemporary primary curriculum. In doing so, we cater for the individual needs of every student.
Our motto of Love, Peace and Learning underpins the values bestowed on us by our founders. We are open to families of all faith backgrounds and encourage cultural and religious diversity.
One of the advantages of a small community like ours is that we're able to get to know each family and support the learning and wellbeing of all children in our care.
Our staff are committed to working in partnership with you and your child. When your child learns with us, we are committed to providing them with a wide range of learning opportunities and experiences to engage and excite them. We will support your child to foster a positive learning identity so that they develop a love of learning.
Our approach to your child's learning draws on contemporary education research to meet the individual needs of our students and sits within Catholic Education's Living Learning Leading framework.
This ensures your child is able to reach their full potential with us — academically, spiritually, socially and emotionally.
By enrolling your child, you become part of the St Brigid’s School community — an integral part of the wider community. With the leadership of our staff, our community works together to ensure our children become thriving people, capable learners and leaders in a world God desires. There are many ways to become more involved in the community—- from volunteering at school events to participating in the School Board.
What we offer: uniform is compulsory and we accept international students
Our uniform is affordable — more information can be found on the website.
Information about fees
Our commitment to our school families is to offer a high-quality Catholic education that is accessible and affordable.
Annual School Fees 2021
|Full Fee per Student||$1,900|
|Lower Income Fee per Student||$1,140|
What is included?
The tuition fee above covers all tuition, levies and charges for each child’s education.
Extra-curricular activities, excursions, camps, and uniforms are excluded and will be charged separately.
Lower income fee
To be eligible for the lower income fee, you need to qualify as a low-income family. This is determined by your family’s gross income and is a dollar value set by the State Government.
In 2021, your family’s gross income needs to be below approximately $60,264 for a family with one school-age child (the limit will vary depending on how many dependent children you have).
Proof of income is required and applicants will need to apply via the State Government’s School Card scheme.
Our finance manager can help you if you have any questions about applying for the lower income fee.