Schools

Pymble Parish Schools

Our parish includes two schools, each adjacent to our two churches. Catholic systemic schools in the Diocese of Broken Bay are administered by the Catholic Schools Office which is responsible for 44 schools, 36 primary schools, seven high schools and one K-12 school.

Video introductions to our two primary schools

Broken Bay representatives participate on the Catholic Education Commission (NSW), its committees, and committees of the Catholic Commission for Employment Relations (CCER) which liaise with the NSW government on education, school, and employment issues. These NSW organisations are, in turn, linked nationally with corresponding organisations responsible for liaison with the Federal government.

Community of Catholic Schools Broken Bay

Catholic Schools NSW

Coronavirus Notes

Catholic Schools NSW information on coronavirus 2019

Returning to Face to Face Learning

Returning to School FAQs

Pymble

In Pymble adjacent to the Sacred Heart church is the Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School at 1 Bobbin Head Road Pymble NSW 2073. Access map of the school location

The school property on Bobbin Head Road has been host to Catholic schools for more than 100 years. The property, first owned by the Sisters of Mercy, was home to the Mount St Bernard private boarding college, managed by the Sisters for girls from Years 5 to 10 (formerly the Leaving Certificate). The original Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School for Kindergarten to Year 6 was located on the property on the corner block on Telegraph Road. Over time, the two schools were combined to the current Bobbin Head Road location as a Kindergarten to Year 6 primary school.

Sacred Heart school

West Pymble

In West Pymble adjacent to the Our Lady of Perpetual Succour church is the Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Primary School at 64 Kendall Street West Pymble NSW 2073. Access map of the school location

Our Lady of Perpetual Succour Catholic Primary School was opened in 1962 with a staff of one Sister of Mercy and 32 kindergarten children. The school now offers a comprehensive Kindergarten to Year 6 program implemented by highly qualified teachers and excellent support staff.

West Pymble school

NSW School Terms

School term dates and holidays are generally the same as government schools. School development days occur at the beginning of Terms 1, 2 and 3 and the last two days of the school year. Check the actual student details with your school.

Term Dates

2020 2021
Term 1 Tuesday, 28 January to
Thursday, 9 April
Term 1 Wednesday, 27 January to
Thursday, 1 April
Term 2 Monday, 27 April to
Friday, 3 July
Term 2 Monday, 19 April to
Friday, 25 June
Term 3 Monday, 20 July to
Friday, 25 September
Term 3 Monday, 12 July to
Friday, 17 September
Term 4 Monday, 12 October to
Friday, 18 December
Term 4 Monday, 5 October to
Friday, 17 December

Public Holidays


2020 2021
New Year’s Day Wednesday, 1 January Friday, 1 January
Australia Day Monday, 27 January Tuesday, 26 January
Good Friday Friday, 10 April Friday, 2 April
Easter Saturday Saturday, 11 April Saturday, 3 April
Easter Sunday Sunday, 12 April Sunday, 4 April
Easter Monday Monday, 13 April Monday, 5 April
Anzac Day Saturday, 25 April Sunday, 25 April
Queen's Birthday Monday, 8 June Monday, 14 June
Bank Holiday Monday, 3 August Monday, 2 August
Labour Day Monday, 5 October Monday, 4 October
Christmas Day Friday, 25 December Saturday, 25 December
Additional Day
Monday, 27 December
Boxing Day Saturday, 26 December Sunday, 26 December
Additional Day Monday, 28 December
Tuesday, 28 December

School Policies

The Catholic Schools Office develop, publish and assist schools to implement a range of policies on important issues. The policies explain who is responsible for putting in place processes within each policy. System wide approaches are used to ensure consistency of decision making between schools and within a school. Policies also provide a statement of intent from which procedures and guidelines can be developed.

Further information on Catholic Schools Office policy statements