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St Kilian's Primary School, Bendigo

Phone: (03) 5443 4071
Fax: (03) 5442 6457
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Thursday, November 23, 2017

Welcome to Our Website

St Kilian's is a welcoming community, which embraces Catholic Values, respects individuals and engages students in fun, faith and holistic learning.

Welcome to St Kilian's School, a Catholic School with a proud history of meeting the needs of children by adapting to changing circumstances and changing times. As a Catholic School, it is crucial we are able to offer those within our school community the opportunities to develop as a whole person - intellectually, spiritually, physically, morally and emotionally. In promoting and nurturing this within individuals, the person and teachings of Jesus Christ need to be integral to the teaching and learning process that is shared between school and family in an environment that is both supportive and challenging. The privilege that is ours in educating young people for life today and for the future is exciting, motivating and rewarding; a privilege that must inspire each of us to reach out to others and respond to their expectations.

A Message from our Principal

We welcome you to St Kilians School, a Catholic School with a proud tradition and a rich history within the Bendigo community. As a Catholic School, the person and teachings of Jesus Christ are integral to the teaching and learning process and all elements of our school community. Essential with the school community is the shared commitment from the school and family to provide an environment that is both supportive and challenging and which will nurture and promote the Fun, Faith, Talents and learning that exists within each unique individual.

As we together educate our young people for the present and for the future, we must nurture the love of learning and the love of self to ensure our focus is and continues to be our children. The privilege in educating young people is exciting, motivating and rewarding; a privilege which is both inspirational and life giving.

Mr Daniel Gooch