Principal's Message

​​​​​tparsons.jpgOn behalf of our school community, I would like to welcome you and thank you for taking the time to visit our web site. We are looking forward to sharing with you the journey of your child’s education. We hope that you and your child will experience the warm welcome of our staff and parents and the hospitality of our school community.

Queen of Apostles School pride​s itself on the spirit that can be found in our students, teachers, parents, friendships and approach to learning. We are a co – educational school with a current enrolment of 400 students from Prep through to Year Six. We have two campuses with Prep to Year Two at our Early Years Campus at Chuter Street and Year Three to Year Six at the Thuruna Street Campus.

Today, Queen of Apostles School, in strong partnership with the Parish Priest and parish community, proudly offers a quality inclusive Catholic Education. As the school has grown and changed, it has continued to build on the traditions established by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. Their spirit of Love, Unity, Hospitality, Faithful Listening and Simplicity is found within the school community and is further strengthened by the parents, staff and children living the school motto of “Growing in Faith and Love”. We offer our students a rounded education that encourages personal growth based on Christian values. We encourage our students to participate fully in the life of the school and promote in a special way the ideals of respect, honesty, tolerance, cooperation, and a genuine concern for the welfare of others. We believe strongly in the partnership that exists between home and the school and strive to establish open communication. Parents are encouraged to become involved in a variety of ways – P & F activities, classroom assistance, tuckshop and working bees.

This website attempts to capture some of the beliefs and practices of the school. While it covers key areas, it does not attempt to cover all possibilities. Rather it is meant as a guide to allow you to gain a sense of what Queen of Apostles School is about.

Troy Parsons