St Anthony’s Primary School KINGSCLIFF
New South Wales, Australia
About St Anthony’s Primary School KINGSCLIFF
St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School is a mixed, independent, Roman Catholic primary school in Kingscliff, New South Wales. It has approximately 350 students enrolled and caters for pupils from kindergarten to Year 6.
St Anthony’s Catholic Primary School was founded in 1968 by Father E. Leonard and the Presentation Sisters. St Anthony of Padua is the school’s patron saint. The school is registered by the Board of Studies, while Teaching and Educational Standards are managed by the Lismore Catholic School Office.
Facilities include a computer lab and library.
The curriculum is taught in accordance with the Board of Studies and Teaching and Educational Standards syllabuses for primary education. Core subjects are emphasised including English, maths, science and technology, human society and its environment, creative arts and personal development and P.E. Sports, drama and music play an important part in their extra-curricular activities.
The school’s vision is for St Anthony’s to be 'a faith-filled, respectful community where collaboration and high expectations drive powerful learning and success for all’. Everyday life in the school is based around Christ and the church. The school works hard alongside parents, the church and the wider community to help foster the children’s love of learning in an environment that’s ‘enriched by Gospel values and Catholic tradition’. It strives to offer a broad, relevant curriculum that prepares its students for modern life.