Centacare information on coping with COVID-19 outbreak stress.
How to cope with stress click here Helping children cope with stress click hereRead More
Enrolments for Kindergarten 2021
If you are wishing to enrol your child for 2021 please contact the office on 60214464 to request a package or see our information website page with the details.Read More
Premiers Reading Challenge 2020
The 2020 Premier’s Reading Challenge is up and running. The Challenge aims to encourage a love of reading for leisure and pleasure in students, and to enable them to experience quality literature. It is not a competition but a challenge to each student to read, to read more and to read more widely. Shortly your […]Read More
Qkr Tuckshop Lunch Order System
We are excited to advise that St Patrick’s Albury has a new electronic method of payment for your Tuckshop order. Introducing Qkr! (pronounced ‘quicker’) a product by Mastercard, is a secure and easy way to order and pay for Tuckshop lunches from your phone at any time. Getting Started is easy – we have attached […]Read More
School Traffic Safety Tips.
Wagga Diocese Representative Sport Nominations
For all nominations and information Click here Children are unable to nominate if they have not been advised by the school that they have been selected.Read More
Student Banking each Tuesday.
Just a reminder that Tuesday is the day to send Hume Bank Junior Saver Club student banking to school. What a great way to start a good habit of saving $$$$$$$ while earning a commission for our school. Click Here for more information on Hume Bank Junior Saver Student Banking.Read More
Welcome to St Patrick’s Parish School, Albury.
We are a co-educational school of 449 students serving the city of Albury and surrounding communities. We are one of 27 primary schools in the Diocese of Wagga Wagga and work closely with our local Catholic secondary school, Xavier High. St Patrick’s encourages all students to be confident in themselves, to value their talents and gifts and to learn skills for lifelong learning.
We welcome and encourage parent participation in the school. We have an active School Council, that has various subcommittees reporting to it, those being
Fete, Gardening, Mothers and Fathers Day Stalls, Clothing Pool and Building and Maintenance.
If you are a member of the St Patrick’s community, thank you for your ongoing support. If you are contemplating joining us, I invite you to visit so we can show you how we provide an excellent education in a welcoming, nurturing and specifically Catholic Christian environment.
All the best,
Rob Unsworth & Liz Johnston (Co-Principals)