St John Paul II Catholic Primary School lies in a beautiful bushland setting, which is an apt environment to develop an understanding of our need to care for the land and sustainable practices. Our school is a co-educational primary school catering for children from Kindy to Year 6. Being a young school developed in a rapidly growing part of the metropolitan area we welcome children from all over the world. Our multicultural community is a reflection of our motto 'In Harmony”. As a result, we have developed an environment where inclusivity and tolerance is essential.
Our school community comprises families from 30 nationalities. 4% of our children are indigenous. Each of our classes, 6% caters for children identified as having disabilities.
As a result, our school offers a broad curriculum, which exposes the children to become confident and competent members of our school community and society as a whole. We work hard at developing relationships between school and home and the community.
Supplementary programs such as Rainbows, Protective Behaviours, Kagan Co- operative Learning, Reading Recovery, Breakfast Club, You Can Do It, Music program and Crunch & Sip have been introduced. Class buddies are well established. In addition to our Religious Education program, across the curriculum, Aboriginal Studies and Sustainability are core elements.