Learning

St Thomas Aquinas Primary has a proud history of academic achievement.


Our experienced and dedicated teaching staff regard themselves as a community of learners. They work closely as a team to provide the very best educational environment and opportunities for every student.

We are committed to providing a quality Catholic education for our students. We use our modern and well-resourced teaching environment to engage the children in their learning. In these 'Learning and Teaching' pages you will find information about our curriculum, co-curricular opportunities, and pastoral care programs and activities.


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Educating For the Future

St Thomas Aquinas is focused on developing in our students the types of skills that they need now and in the future, such as strong communication, collaboration, creativity, curiosity and critical thinking. We take the time to learn what motivates and interests our students so that we can engage them to be a willing participant in their learning.

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Facilities and Features

St Thomas Aquinas provides modern learning spaces that support collaboration and enhance a variety of educational experiences.

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Curriculum

St Thomas Aquinas provides a rigorous, balanced and relevant curriculum, focused on the unique needs of each child. Learn more!

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School Library

At St Thomas Aquinas our library is a focal point of the school – a centre of school resources. The library is instrumental in effectively supporting our learning environment and is also an important centre of technology. The students borrow from the library each week and our students participate in the annual Premier’s Reading Challenge. The library holds an annual Book Fair where families are able to buy their own books for their children or as gifts.

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Beyond the Classroom

At St Thomas Aquinas Primary, we offer a balanced education, with opportunities to further develop students’ special skills and talents. Our students are encouraged to participate in a range of co-curricular activities that support a holistic approach to education, teaching the whole child.