Enrolment Enquiry

Choosing St Monica's Primary School for your family is choosing an active partner in your child's social, emotional and academic development. 

We would love to meet you and show you what our school has to offer. For the 2022 enrolment period, we will be holding school tours with our Principal. If you would like a copy of our prospectus, please pop your details in below or contact the school to book a tour. 

At St Monica's Everyone is Welcome

When you walk through the door and you speak to someone at the front desk, you immediately know you’re in a Catholic school. It’s the way Carmel and her staff live out the values of respect, courage, support and empathy. They were always there for us. I always knew that whatever was going on in my boys’ lives, they were taken care of. It was just magic.” – St Monica’s parent

When you enrol your child at St Monica's Primary School you enrol the whole family into a school community where everyone is valued and supported. Highly-qualified and caring teachers provide students with an innovative and engaging faith-filled learning environment where each child is nurtured and inspired to grow to their full potential.

When places are available, St Monica’s Primary School is happy to accept enrolment into all grades throughout the year. Please contact the office (02 6258 5105) to make an appointment with the Principal who will answer any specific questions families may have regarding the school or the enrolment process.


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“At St Monica’s, it really feels like they know every student individually and know how to bring the best out in them. My daughter is very social so they keep her on track academically. Whereas, my son gets encouragement to be part of different groups to extend him socially. They adapt the approach for the child.” – St Monica’s parent

“The values and positive parenting that we try and live by at home are woven into the school as well. They learn about forgiveness and taking responsibility. They learn about consequences.”- St Monica’s parent