- Holy Family Catholic School
Kelso's Holy Family Catholic Primary School is welcoming Kindy 2020 Enrolment Applications during Term 2. The school supports parents with a contemporary Religious Education Program for students and the school has a close connection to the Cathedral Parish. Holy Family School promotes quality teaching and learning for students from Kindergarten to Year 6, with their comprehensive academic program supported by caring staff who encourage and challenge students to always give their personal best. The school has a well resourced learning environment to support students so that every child can achieve. A focus at the school is the development of personalised learning programs to assist each individual student.
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At Holy Family School, classrooms are well equipped with technology to engage learners and the school seeks to develop independent students with strong problem solving abilities ready for the challenges of tomorrow's world. Holy Family provides varied & stimulating extra curricular activities for students and the school has a tradition of high sporting participation. Through these programs the school promotes an active lifestyle. During Term 4 the school will welcome Kindy 2020 students to an orientation program, so for more information contact the school for enrolment information, a tour of the school and a meeting with the Principal.
- St Philomena's School
A dedicated, single stream school with a big heart, St Philomena's has grown from its humble beginnings, to taking out the prestigious NSW/ACT Catholic Schools Roger O'Sullivan Memorial Award for Family, School and Community Partnerships. With a goal to engage students in deep learning, St Philomena's have reached across the playground and beyond the gate to build a common language with parents.
St Philomena's is empowering and encouraging parents to be a part of their children's learning experience. placing a focus on engaging parents, providing information which enables them to continue and be a part of the learning experience at home with questions, and subject matter currently being explored in the classroom. Connecting with Aboriginal culture is also a priority at St Philomena's. All staff have undergone training with the Centre for Cultural Competence and students engage in many activities and lessons based on Aboriginal culture and history.
St Philomena's offers many extra-curricular opportunities such eisteddfod verse speaking, choir, debating and public speaking. Students have the opportunity to participate in sports clinics and gala days throughout the year, as well as opportunities to progress through competitive levels up to State level in multiple sports.