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At SJV Everyone is Welcome
St John Vianney's Primary School prides itself on being an inclusive school where all children are welcome. We are a vibrant and welcoming community with an importance of having Christ as our centre. At St John Vianney's we continue to strive to ensure all children can meet their potential whatever their abilities or invdividual needs. St John Vianney's community fully support the Catholic philosophy and values, and aim to instill these in our teachings.
Children and families who are prepared to support Catholic ideals and principles are considered eligible for enrolment. Children from non-Catholic backgrounds are welcome; acceptance may depend on vacancies and local policies. Enrolment applications for all year groups are welcomed throughout the year.
St John Vianney's has an orientation morning in Term 4 for children starting Kindergarten in the following year, an information session is held for parents at this time. Children in other year groups are welcome to have a familiarisation day prior to commencment.
For further information about St John Vianney's please contact the school on 02 6288 2383 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Being part of a tight knit community gives our students a sense of belonging from an early age. This is what some of our parents have to say about St John Vianney’s Primary School - Waramanga.
“SJV is the best school if you want to be more than just a number.” – SJV parent
“My daughter has really loved the Religion element and has joined the choir; she’s singing all the time! She’s really come out of her shell and is committing to new things. She loves all the extra classes and activities that SJV offer.” – SJV parent
“We started in a local Government school and moved to SJV. I never thought I’d see the day that my son wanted to be at school. At SJV, he has learnt that his dyslexia isn’t going to stop him from learning. The school encourages him to get involved in group work in ways that suit his learning style. He has found ways that he can contribute despite dyslexia and still be an asset in the classroom.” – SJV parent