Why Choose Us?
- We are a welcoming and inclusive Catholic learning community
- We grow and collaborate together
- Dedicated and supportive teaching staff
- Excellent academic, sporting, pastoral and cultural opportunities
- Each child is able to develop their talents with confidence and purpose
- We celebrate student achievement, strengths and progress
- Opportunities to participate in community events
- Extensive extracurricular activities and lunchtime clubs
- Strong student leadership program
- Inquiry-based approach to learning
Catholic Ethos and Identity
The values and traditions of the Sisters of Mercy, the founders of the School, have continued to be embedded into the everyday life of the school. The Catholic Ethos and Identity of our school is supported and developed by integrating Mercy Values into all areas of school life, fostering spirituality and promoting a close partnership with the Parish.
Therefore Ss Peter & Paul’s school community strives to:
Promote the holistic development of each child to reach their full potential Respect the dignity of each member of the school community Support parents in their role as prime educators of their children.
Reflect, support and live out the values and traditions of this faith community.
Create a secure and positive school environment where Mercy Values are witnessed through service, celebration and relationships.
Ss Peter & Paul’s School was established in 1986 following the amalgamation of two separate Catholic Primary Schools in Goulburn. The Sisters of Mercy and the Christian Brothers have had a long standing association with Ss Peter & Paul’s Primary School. Although they are no longer a part of the staff, their values and traditions are still upheld by the school.
36 Verner St
Goulburn NSW 2580
Postal Address: PO Box 11, Goulburn NSW, 2580
Phone: (02) 6239 9863
Parish Priest: Fr Joshy Kurien
Assistant Priest: Fr Alex Osborne
Secretary: Sharon Cashman (Mon-Fri 8:30am-12:30pm)
Acknowledgement of Country
Ss Peter and Paul’s School recognises the rich indigenous history of our area. The school community acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and shows respect for all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, both past and present.