Community and Support
Community and Support
- About St Lucy’s
- St Lucy’s Primary
- St Lucy’s High School
- Why St Lucy’s
- Community and Support
Who can go to St Lucy’s?
Please visit our eligibility page for more information on who can attend St Lucy’s School.
St Lucy’s has no designated catchment zone. We enrol students from across Sydney and the Central Coast.
What are the fees?
Please visit our fees page for more information.
Is transport provided?
The state government provides transport (the Assisted School Travel Program) to eligible student families. Please contact our Registrar for more information at email@example.com or on (02) 94871277
Does my child need to be Catholic to attend?
No. We welcome students of all faiths to learn with us.
How many students in each class?
We believe our students perform better in smaller classes. All of our classes are between 8-10 students.
What time does school start and end?
St Lucy’s Primary School (K – 6) – classes start at 8.50am and finish at 2.50pm.
St Lucy’s Primary School (7 – 12) – classes start at 8.30am and finish at 3.00pm.
Can I come for a tour?
We want our parents and future students to come and experience St Lucy’s. We have a number of open days and tours throughout the year. For more information or to book visit our Open Days page or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is involved in enrolling?
The choice of which school to send your child to can be a difficult one, that is why at St Lucy’s we take a phased approach to enrolment, making sure that the school suits your needs. Visit our enrolment page to find out more.
What if I want my child to transition to a mainstream school?
At St Lucy’s we view education as a collaborative approach and we will work towards your child’s goals, and any possible transitions to mainstream schools if that is an option for your child. To assist we will have bi-annual meetings to develop individual goals for students which form the priority for their learning. Progress on these goals is monitored through careful and detailed assessment and is reported twice yearly in school reports.
What is my child becomes sick and requires medical attention?
St Lucy’s has a first aid room/sick bay, staffed by a first aid administrator.
Does St Lucy’s provide all the therapy my child needs?
At St Lucy’s School we offer a number of in-house therapy services to make sure that we can overcome barriers for our students accessing the curriculum.
The services provided do not aim to replace private therapists who are already working with our students. The focus is on facilitating success at school, and most of the work is alongside teaching staff to work with students as part of their normal school day.
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