Principal’s Welcome


Welcome to the Holy Name Primary School, East Preston website. On behalf of our school community, I extend a warm welcome to you. Holy Name is a vibrant, energetic learning community and, as educators in a Catholic school, our goal is to promote living and learning in faith. We believe that parents need to be fully informed on all matters related to their child’s education, and encourage you to explore our website thoroughly.

We are fortunate to have conducted an extensive building project to create 21st century facilities and technology. Our teachers model a love of learning and children are actively encouraged to set their own educational goals. We believe in successful partnerships, and seek to support you in your role as parents in nurturing and educating your children, so they can strive to reach their full potential. We aim to provide a safe, inclusive learning environment which is stimulating, innovative, positive and purposeful.

You are welcome to contact me for further information or a school tour.

David Delaney, Principal



Holy Name Primary School

Holy Name School

12 Robb Street
Reservoir, Victoria, 3073

TEL: (03) 9471 0883
FAX: (03) 9471 0069

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