Passionate about quality education

IMMACULATE Heart of Mary Catholic Primary School at Sefton, is part of the Catholic system of schools in Sydney which prides itself on providing a quality education for students in a pastoral and caring environment.

Principal John Kennedy is very excited about the school year: “We have such an enthusiastic community of students, staff and parents who are willing to get involved in the school and its events.
“I look forward to our students participating in a wide range of educational, sporting and cultural experiences during 2020.”
As part of living out the school motto, In Giving We Receive, the school has a Mini Vinnies group.
The group is formed from students in Years 4 to 6 who are willing to give up their own time to attend meetings and be involved in social justice initiatives throughout the school, such as the St Vincent de Paul Winter Appeal and Caritas.
Mr Kennedy invites interested parents to visit the school for its Open Day on Wednesday, March 4.
“Parents in the area who may be interested in their child receiving a Catholic education, are welcome to come to view our school in action as well as talk to staff about what the school has to offer.”
He said 30-minute tours of the school would be held at 9am, 12noon and 3.30pm.
“Many parents are attracted to our school by its size and the warm welcome that they have received,” Mr Kennedy added.
“This is seen as a very positive aspect of our school, coupled with the values and respect that the school teaches.”