Holy Name Primary School, Preston East
Welcome to Holy Name Primary School, Preston East. We are a thriving community that encourages its students to take ownership of their learning. We welcome Catholic and multifaith families and embrace positive partnerships between school, home and parish.
At Holy Name Primary School, we value the holistic development of each student, therefore the academic, spiritual and social/emotional wellbeing of each child is paramount at all times.
We encourage and build upon the Gospel values of Love, Respect and Tolerance and encourage our students to live out their faith in a loving and nurturing environment.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Mrs Caroline Galea, Principal
Catholic Education Week 2019
‘Growing Young in Christ’
Catholic Education Week is an opportunity for all Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Melbourne to celebrate their Catholic identity and the role they play within their local community. Events during the week included the St Patrick’s Mass for Schools, the Concert in the Park, the Young Speakers Colloquium and the Visual Arts Exhibition. A group of senior students, accompanied by our Principal and Religious Education Leader, will be in attendance. Read next week’s newsletter for further details about their day, and read more at Catholic Education Melbourne.
The Holy Name Primary School camping program provides students with rich learning experiences that develop personal and social qualities. Please click here to find out more information about camp for your Year 5 and 6 student for this year. If you have any...read more
The community of Holy Name Primary School was thrilled that their singing and music teacher, Tarryn Stokes, finished second on Channel 7's All Together Now. Tarryn, who has been focussing on her own personal growth, said she was inspired by her students and liked to...read more
Holy Name Primary School is proudly one of eight schools who are participating in a colourful, imaginative and creative way to commemorate Remembrance Day, particularly in 2018, the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that ended World War One. RSL Victoria asked the...read more