Our School


St Thomas More's Primary School, Campbell, established by the Sisters of the Holy Faith in 1961,
is a Catholic Archdiocesan School that follows the guidelines and policies set down by the
Catholic Education Commission of the Archdiocese of Canberra and Goulburn.

Being a small school, we are able to provide a special opportunity for children to develop in a friendly
atmosphere where the needs and concerns of each individual are recognised and valued.

Approximately 50% of our children come from Defence families. We are familiar with the challenges
they experience, and therefore endeavour to create a secure environment where all students grow
in self-esteem and self-reliance.

St Thomas More's is a parish-based school consisting of classes for children from Kindergarten
to Year 6. The class structures consist of mainly multi-age groups. Kindergarten is single stream. 

St Thomas More's Primary School community bases its decisions and actions on its belief
that the school is a faith community promoting the values and teachings of Jesus Christ
and the Catholic Church and providing an environment supportive of faith development.

The school aims to:

•  create a Christian environment in which each child may grow and develop into a responsible and effective
member of a family, school, parish and society, recognising and respecting the dignity of others;

•  encourage each child to fulfil his/her potential by focusing on the total development
- spiritual, moral, social, emotional, intellectual- of the individual child; and,

•  encourage self-discipline and the development of a positive self-image.


St Thomas More's Primary School has a current enrolment of approximately 152 children.
We have a dedicated, professional staff who work hard to ensure that the programs
offered are implemented to allow for the total development of each child.
We base all our actions on Catholic beliefs and values.


If you have any further questions that are not mentioned on this website,  

please do not hesitate to contact the Principal, Mrs Julie Wiley.