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Important Dates
(refer to newsletter for details)

30th November
Swimming Carnival

1st December

Thanksgiving Mass 9am

2nd December

Clean Up Day

3rd December

End of Year Excursion P-5
Year 6 Fun Day

4th December

Year 6 Graduation 9.30am
Term 4 ends

19th to 22nd January

Pupil Free Days

21st to 22nd January

Uniform Shop open 9am to 1pm

25th January

Pupil Free Day

26th January

Australia Day

27th January

School resumes for 2021 Year
Uniform Shop open 8.15 to 9am

9th February

P&F Meeting in library



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

As the 2020 school year ends, we reflect with pride on the great achievements of our students, our teachers, and all staff as we witness our students achieving academic success and knowing the presence of Jesus in their daily lives. Of course, none of our successes would be possible without the strong partnership built and nurtured between Holy Name families, the teachers, all staff and the whole community working collaboratively to promote Holy Name as a vibrant and inclusive place of learning. As we reflect on the blessings of this school year, we give thanks and ask for God’s richest blessings as we embark on our holiday break, time spent with treasured loved ones.


As we reflect on the year past much has been achieved to ensure that our school is moving forward to a sustainable and well-resourced future. We acknowledge the generous, financial contribution of our P&F toward some of these projects. We say thank you. We have:


  • A total internal refurbishment and upgrade of our Prep classroom
  • Minor refurbishment of the staff room
  • Minor refurbishment of the break-out room for learning support
  • Purchase 20 laptops
  • Purchase 10 iPads
  • Purchase technology for our eLearning curriculum
  • Purchase sport / activity equipment to support our PMP for the early years.
  • Purchase new tables for the Prep classroom.


  • Refurbish and update the Multipurpose room for our second Prep class
  • Purchase new tables and resources for the new Prep classroom
  • Refurbish and upgrade the outdoor area for the two Prep classes of 2021.
  • Provide further storage (shed) for the Prep to Yr2 play equipment.
  • Purchase IT hardware – 10 laptops and iPads where necessary.

Thank you to our consultative groups, School Board, P&F and school staff as we worked together collaboratively to plan these projects to enhance the learning environment and facilities at Holy Name.

Tuesday, December 1 is a very special day for the whole school community when we celebrate our final Mass saying farewell to our Yr6 2020 leaders and welcoming our Yr5 students to the role of leadership of Holy Name Primary School. Mass will begin at 9:00am in the MEAC (Sport Hall). All students will attend the Mass. Yr6 students have invited two special adults, parents / carers to attend the Mass. Fr Costigan will celebrate the Eucharist for us.

Friday, December 4 at 9:30am is the Final Assembly held in the MEAC to celebrate the Holy Name story of the Class of 2020.The celebration will include the Graduation power-point for our Yr6 class of 2020, presentation of certificates, Announcement of School Leaders 2020, P&F presentations to departing families This year the assembly is restricted to the parents / carers of the Yr6 students.  The members of the Holy Name School Board and the P&F Executive and meeting group are invited to attend the Yr6 Assembly.         

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