At Our Lady of Grace School, student and staff embrace the school vision to always strive to be respectful, be supportive, be safe, be learners and be brave.

This vision is focused on developing a welcoming, supportive community, which actively nurtures the relationships between students, families, staff, parish and the wider community.

As a Catholic school we welcome and value all families.

We recognise that a number of families are non-practicing Catholics and some children may come to school without an experience of church.

"It is our aim to support families in faith education and to nurture the development of children to their full potential in an atmosphere of Christian love, care and responsibility.”

Our families are a very important part of OLOG and the collaborative relationship which is key to children’s growth and development. Through that collaboration we can support children to flourish and engage in their community and in their individual learning journey.

Our parents can best share with you what makes OLOG so special and why you should enrol your child.

How to Enrol information here

OLOG Fee information here

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Information for Parents here

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“Our children are valued members of the OLOG school community and have flourished both academically and socially under the care of dedicated educators. They are surrounded by wonderful learning environments that offer challenge, play, peace and joy. We look forward to continuing our family’s primary school journey in such a welcoming and inclusive school.” Emma Heinrich

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“My wife and I have been part of the OLOG community for nine years now with our daughter graduating from the school in 2019 and our son currently completing year 5. To us, OLOG has allowed our family to connect and engage with a beautiful, diverse and supportive community. Our two children have thrived in the intimate, safe and contemporary learning environment where they have both developed life long learning skills. In addition, they have experienced an array of extracurricular activities which they have thoroughly enjoyed while also developing their catholic identity.” Andrew Taylor