Primary School

Kindergarten – Year 6

Our staff are a dedicated and caring team who work together to ensure our students achieve the vision and values of St Euphemia College in a nurturing and supportive environment.
As a Greek Orthodox College, our mission is to develop the spiritual and moral character of our students in their pursuit of excellence. All students are immersed in the study of Orthodox Studies and students are afforded the opportunity of attending Divine Liturgy in our Church St Euphemia.
The Junior School adjoins the Secondary School with students from both the Junior and Secondary Schools sharing the playground space. Specialist staff teach Orthodox Studies, ICT, Modern Greek language, Greek Dancing and Sport. Knowing our students and responding to their needs through our flexible learning programs ensures that we cater for the individual needs of each child, challenging and inspiring them to be critical and creative thinkers. There is a strong emphasis on the care and wellbeing of our students. Students are supported to face challenges and build resilience. Our aim is to provide a safe and nurturing environment where students can explore and be happy learners.


From Kindergarten to Year 6, our students meet the requirements as set out by the New South Wales Standards Authority (NESA). Emphasising literacy and numeracy skills, our timetable dedicates daily time to both areas.

All students engage in the study of English, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Human Society and its Environment (HSIE), Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) and Creative Arts (Music, Visual Arts and Drama). Additionally, students receive regular lessons in Orthodox Studies, Modern Greek and Greek Dancing. They actively participate in assemblies and Divine Liturgy as part of their holistic educational experience.


We are committed to providing a safe and supportive environment where students feel nurtured as they learn. Our approach is to provide students with the opportunity to develop their growth mindset.

The Student Wellbeing Program is multi-layered.  Areas include, social and emotional wellbeing, spirituality and individual welfare and is underpinned by our Positive Behaviour Intervention Supports program (PBIS).

Our Learning Support team assist students with individual learning needs, and we value the relationships we build with our families. Our staff work closely with the College Counsellors in managing challenging issues. Our multi-faceted approach to wellbeing ensures that all students are supported and are valued from the minute they enter our school gates.

PBIS helps cultivate a sense of enjoyment and satisfaction in learning by establishing learning environments that enable students to be engaged. Our College values encourage our students to take ownership of their actions and reactions in an inclusive environment that values the dignity of each individual.

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