St Patrick’s Primary School.

St Patricks Primary School Swansea

Nurturing, encouraging and safe environment.

The Diocese of Maitland-Newcastle proudly hosts some of the best schools in Newcastle, Maitland, Hunter, Upper Hunter, Lake Macquarie and Manning regions.

The staff of St Patrick’s Primary School, Swansea, are committed to creating and fostering a caring community in which the students are catered for in a supportive learning environment.

St Patrick’s offers families a nurturing, encouraging and safe environment for their children to learn, achieve and grow. With widespread access to technology and a focus on meeting the individual learning needs of each student, our teachers and support staff are inspired by the school’s vision statement — “Learning, loving and serving together through Jesus” — to ensure every student experiences success.

Address. 213 Northcote Ave, Swansea NSW 2281

Phone. (02) 4971 1560

Services

School, Primary School,Creative Arts, English, Human Society and its Environment, Mathematics, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education, Science and Technology, Student Health and Safety, Counselling, Library.

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Caves Beach Connect acknowledges the Aboriginal people known today as the Awabakal, as the traditional Custodians of the land, respecting Aboriginal Elders past, present and future. Caves Beach Connect recognises the local Aboriginal community today in all of their diversity, who came forward to share their experiences, knowledge, images and memories.