St Anne's Central School
New South Wales, Australia
About St Anne's Central School
St Anne’s Central School is a Catholic, co-educational, K-10 Central School, located in the south western New South Wales town of Temora. The school has proud Josephite tradition dating back to its origins in 1887. Situated in the Parish of Temora and part of the Canberra and Goulburn Archdiocese, St Anne’s is a community that encourages students, of which there are currently 236 enrolled, to value and respect themselves and others.
St Anne’s Central School has a comprehensive range of facilities to support the quality teaching of their students across all age groups and subject areas. A well resourced, fully-refurbished library and specialty classrooms to support learning in Science, Technology, Textiles and Design and Industrial Arts are all valued school facilities.
The school features two large covered outdoor learning areas (COLAS) and as a result of a major Federal Government grant, fully refurbished classrooms and administration areas figure prominently in the school’s facility profile. Beautifully maintained school grounds and gardens are also an outstanding school feature.
St Anne’s Central School follows the New South Wales Board of Studies requirements for the primary school content of the curriculum, with the six key learning areas and Religious Education being given equal priority.
The school also relies on the NSW Board of Studies Secondary School Curriculum for the lesson content utilised within their teaching and learning programs in the eight key learning areas for high school education. Religious Education figures prominently in the Secondary curriculum delivery also.
St Anne’s Central School seeks to provide a challenging curriculum, in a safe and caring environment, where students are encouraged to achieve their personal best and thus be ready for an exciting future, whilst upholding Catholic Traditions and Christian Values.