St. Brendan's Primary School has a rich tradition of providing quality education for children in central Shepparton, in a caring and supportive environment. St. Brendan's is a parish primary school and has an enrolment of 411 students.
We are committed to welcoming all and embracing diversity. Our school community includes students, teachers, learning support staff, non-teaching staff, parents, parish and the wider community who work collaboratively to create supportive and inclusive environments.
St. Brendan's is a Child Safe Community
At St. Brendan's we promote diversity and tolerance and all people are welcome. In particular we:
- Promote the cultural safety, participation and empowerment of Aboriginal children.
- Promote the cultural safety, participation and empowerment of children from culturally and/or linguistically diverse backgrounds.
- Ensure all children with a disability are safe and can participate equally.
To find out more click here: Child Safe
The learning environment at our school supports the academic and social/emotional growth of all our students. Our school offers a quality learning environment with many specialists areas ,including Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Languages, and Health and Physical Education.
At St. Brendan's we recognise that as a faith community, God is central to our lives.
We aim to provide opportunities in the context of the Catholic faith community and our school has strong connections to our St.Brendan's Parish.
Our theme for 2016 is our Identity Statement ''St.Brendan's is a Catholic School embracing our diverse community with faith and courage in the spirit of the Mercy Tradition''.