Your Catholic education starts here

Avery and Sophie love going to St Aloysius Primary School. (supplied)

St Aloysius Primary School is a calm and caring school of 100 students situated in Queenscliff on the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula.

In 2022, St Aloysius celebrated its 120th Anniversary and is steeped in local history and has been a centre of Catholic education excellence during this time, producing some of the Geelong regions highest NAPLAN results over the past five years.

The students from St Aloysius are connected to their history, are engaged with the present and are striving to influence the future of the beautiful community they live and work in.

The first thing that most parents who come for a tour of St Aloysius Primary School comment upon is how calm the atmosphere in the school is. Students are settled in their individual classrooms, in small class sizes with their teachers and teachers aides getting very targeted learning and teaching experiences.

Average class sizes at St Aloysius are about 14 students to one teacher for Literacy and Numeracy sessions, with the opportunity to combine with other classes for Performing and Visual Arts, STEAM and Physical Education in order to mix with other students and collaborate on practical projects. Students in a small school like St Aloysius are given excellent opportunities to have a leadership role, compete in representative sporting tournaments and

participate in performing arts events.

St Aloysius has availability at some year levels for a mid-year intake, and all enquiries for 2025 are welcome.