Welcome to St Mary–St Joseph Catholic Primary School Maroubra.
Following the Brigidine tradition, our school motto, ‘Strength and Gentleness’, typifies the values to which we aspire and reminds us to be resilient learners and responsible citizens. We recognise that these characteristics will support children throughout their years of education and beyond.
Our dedicated staff work with the families to challenge students academically, celebrate achievements and set future goals.
We love our location by the beach and take every opportunity to utilise our environment. From our spacious playgrounds to environmental studies and surfing lessons, Maroubra is the perfect place to learn.
Choosing St Mary–St Joseph for your child provides them with the opportunity to share their talents and enhance our vibrant education community.
I look forward to meeting you and answering any questions about our school.
History St Mary–St Joseph Catholic Primary School Maroubra was founded by the Brigidine Sisters in 1935. The school community continues to be inspired by our motto ‘Strength and Gentleness’. The school was administered by the Brigidine Sisters until the end of 1988. We acknowledge and value our Brigidine history, inviting the Brigidine sisters to join us for major events.
Vision St Mary–St Joseph Catholic Primary School Maroubra is a Christ-centred community inspired by the Brigidine values of strength and gentleness. Motivated by the examples of St Mary and St Joseph, we work as a community to welcome and nourish each individual.
Mission The staff, students, parents and parish community of St Mary–St Joseph are committed to:
Building a strong Catholic faith community that fosters empathy and forgiveness through respectful relationships
Providing a stimulating and challenging curriculum where student growth and achievement is nurtured, valued and celebrated
Stewardship of the land traditionally occupied by the Bidjigal and Gadigal people.
We are very fortunate at St Mary–St Joseph Catholic Primary School Maroubra to have a strong partnership with our parish. Each term, students attend class Mass at the parish with their teachers and peers. In addition to this, there are two family Masses per term, where students and their families come together to celebrate with the parish community.
Parish Priest: Father Kelvin Lovegrove
Saturday Vigil: 5:30pm
Sunday: 9:00am and 5:30pm