Freya St, Kareela NSW 2232
(02) 9528 5015
Situated in the southern suburbs of Sydney, in beautiful bushland amid sandstone outcrops, Kareela Public School enjoys a high in the Sutherland area.
The ethos of the school is encapsulated in the school's mission statement 'Promoting Excellence and Lifelong Learning' and the school's motto 'Knowledge, Pride, Success'.
Our high reputation is based on:
1. the school's outstanding academic achievements;
2. the wide range of extra-curricular activities offered to the students;
3. our strong, nurturing and effective support programs tailored to meet the needs of all students;
4. the diverse student leadership programs;
5. our focus on the development of the whole child including effective student wellbeing initiatives;
6. our focus on seven relevant school values developed through consultation with the school community;
7. the development of a sustainable school through an extensive range of environmental initiatives;
8. the teaching expertise of a most talented, dedicated, caring and highly motivated staff;
9. the support of hard-working, active and interested parents; and
10. well-resourced classroom and playground facilities.
Our priorities include the development of personal excellence in all pursuits, the welfare of all students, the demonstration of our school's values, and caring behaviours towards others and the environment.
The school community supports and values the opportunities offered to the students and works together with the staff to ensure a safe and happy learning environment where all students can reach their highest potential.
David O'Connell, Principal
2 Bates Dr, Kareela NSW 2232
(02) 9521 6049
We cater for students with special needs and provide individual programs in a nurturing environment to enable each child to reach their full potential.
Ruby Rd, Gymea NSW 2227
(02) 9525 6595
Gymea North has professional, caring teachers delivering quality education through diverse academic, sporting and cultural experiences. Air conditioned classrooms are equipped with modern technology to engage and challenge students in their learning.
500 Box Rd, Jannali NSW 2226
(02) 9528 8101
We Take Pride in delivering excellent education with a focus on Literacy, Numeracy, Technology & Well Being. Our staff is committed to supporting & extending all students enabling them to reach their full potential. We enjoy strong community support.
107/121 Sutherland Rd, Jannali NSW 2226
(02) 9528 9315
Jannali Public School is a dynamic and innovative school that provides students with inspired personalised learning for the 21st century.
123 Gymea Bay Rd, Gymea NSW 2227
(02) 9524 9706
Welcome to the website of St Catherine Labouré Catholic Primary School. St Catherine Labouré is a co-educational Catholic Primary school located in Gymea and is an integral part of St Catherine Labouré Parish. The current enrolment exceeds 500 students and is divided into 19 class groups.
The school is part of the Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney and has a proud tradition of educational excellence.
We are a feeder school for St Patrick’s College Sutherland, De La Salle College Caringbah and Our Lady of Mercy College Burraneer.
At St Catherine Labouré we are committed to working in partnership with parents to educate our students in the Catholic faith, develop a spirit of Christian community where all belong, provide high quality education programs, empower students to reach their potential and affirm the dignity, self-esteem and integrity of each person to inspire hope and a positive vision for the future. The school is well resourced with each learning space containing an Interactive Whiteboard with internet access and students’ learning is supported through the use of laptops, iPads and wireless technology.
I invite you to learn more about our wonderful school by exploring our website.
Allan Fagerstrom - Principal
Eton St, Sutherland NSW 2232
(02) 9521 3439
Minerva School caters for students in years 3 to 12 with a mild or intellectual disability, emotional disturbance, autism and challenging behaviours. Our mission is to make the students a successful part of the community. This is implemented in a supportive and nurturing environment where curriculum is varied and appropriate to students’ needs to promote lifelong learning. All students have individual education transition or vocational plan developed in conjunction with parents, caregivers and community personnel to meet their specific educational, social and vocational needs.