2020 HOLY SAVIOUR OPEN SESSIONS
Tuesday 18th February 8:30am - 6:00pm
Thursday 5th March 8:30am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 11th March 8:30am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 28th April 12:30pm - 7:00pm
Wednesday 20th May 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Tuesday 23rd June 12:30pm - 7:00pm
Wednesday 22nd July 6:30pm - 8:30pm
or any other time by appointment
(03) 9803 6828

ALL families are welcome to attend Open Days and place an application for enrolment

Latest News

Parents of children in Catholic Schools are the most satisfied!!!
Our very own Diamandis Family appeared in 
The Australian on 20th November last year in a report about parent satisfaction with school choices. Narelle says, "I feel like the school is really good at focusing on each child...and it compliments the values that we have as a family at home. So I feel like we as parents and the school work well together.Click here to read the full article.




NAPLAN 2019

In May 2019, national literacy and numeracy assessments were administered to our students in Years Three and Five. We are very pleased with our overall NAPLAN results. Below is a table that gives you a quick snapshot of where our Year Three and Five students are in regards to the National Minimum Standards.

Year 3

Reading

Writing

Spelling

Grammar & Punctuation

Numeracy

At & Above National Minimum Standard

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

Above National Minimum Standard

94%

100%

88%

94%

94%

Year 5

Reading

Writing

Spelling

Grammar & Punctuation

Numeracy

At & Above National Minimum Standard

100%

97%

96%

96%

100%

Above National Minimum Standard

97%

83%

93%

93%

100%


What an amazing night! Congratulations to all involved!

We have had some excellent  feedback from this year's incredible show. Here are just some of the comments....

 "...What a FANTASTIC and FUN night it was....Thank you again for all the hard work. It really showed the kids off. Absolutely phenomenal. Well Done!"  - Yvonne & Anthony Manchee

"...Congratulations on a wonderful school production last night.....All the children performed so well..." - Laura Major

"....The musical itself was a fantastic choice – relevant, endearing, empowering and inspiring. The way you included so many children with special speaking parts was really great and as always you included every child – no matter what their ability or special needs.  I really love that.  The dancing and singing were amazing.  The children were so well prepared and each one did themselves and their school proud....It was truly a big success and a massive credit to you all." - Louise Wolf


Tournament of the Minds
Last year, Holy Saviour entered a team into the Tournament of Minds. Tournament of Minds is a problem solving programme for teams of students from both primary and secondary years. Tournament's aim is to enhance the potential of youth in our society by developing diverse skills, enterprise, time management, and the discipline to work collaboratively within a challenging and competitive environment.
We entered a team into the STEM Challenge this year and they presented both their Long Term and Spontaneous Challenge on Sunday 18th August. We are very proud to report that our team, in its first ever attempt, received Honours for their work, placing them in the top 10% of all primary schools participating in the STEM Challenge. Click here for a report from the team explaining their challenge.

Congratulations Tommy! UPDATED
Congratulations Tommy (Gr5) and his brother Alexander (Gr6, 2018) who competed in State
Selection in sparring for Taekwondo and both won silver medals, they now qualify for the
National Championships in the Gold Coast on September the 7th. Tommy has just returned from the Gold Coast with a Bronze Medal from the National Championships! Well done Tommy on this amazing achievement!

The Straw Initiative ~ Congratulations Lachie!
Mass plastic use is a huge problem that contributes massive amounts to landfill and has a negative impact on ocean ecosystems. Plastic straws are an unnecessary convenience with a big impact. Single use plastics, especially straws, are having an adverse affect on our world, and it's time to do something about it.
This year, The Glen Shopping Centre is going to be substituting plastic straws with paper straws in their food gallery. Schools have been invited to take part in the initiative by creating art pieces educating the local community about the importance of saying no to plastic straws. We have been part of this initiative and will be entering 10 of our best posters (as chosen by the children) from grades 3-6 into the competition. Entries will be collected by a representative from The Glen next week, and then finalists' posters will be displayed throughout The Glen Shopping Centre from 24th June. The winners have been announced and we are very proud to say that our very own Lachlan won second prize for his "Wanted" poster. Well done Lachie!