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St Kilian's Primary School


St Kilian’s School is a nurturing Catholic community, which uses the inspiration of Mary to engage students to live, learn and grow.

Our School Vision outlines what, as a school community, we believe in.

We believe:

  • In an educational experience based on the value of the person within a loving Catholic Christian Community that creates a strong sense of self-worth, purpose, hope and happiness.

  • In the value of the story of our school and its traditions.

  • The teaching of the Gospel empowers our school community to live more fully in the image of God in providing a compassionate, welcoming community.

  • In presenting the curriculum in a manner that excites and engages students providing them with the knowledge and tools to become lifelong learners in an ever changing global society.

  • In supporting and encouraging our school community to develop their skills professionally, personally and spiritually.


St Peter's Primary School

At St Peters we believe:

  • That God is present in all people and living things; the values of Jesus are taught as well as lived in our school community.

  • That all members of the school community feel welcomed, supported, respected and safe because relationships have been developed and are valued.

  • Each child has unique and special characteristics which are recognised, respected and nurtured as a part of who they are and wher e they are going.

  • That the needs of the children are the cornerstone of all decision making which is best achieved through partnership with the whole school community.

  • That together we can create learners who are independent, resilient, tolerant, self - aware, self - managed, curious and confident in their own ability.

  • That learning is a lifelong journey, therefore all children have a right to an excellent education, to be guided and encouraged to be the best they can be.

  • That all children have the right to feel safe and be safe. We aim to create a child safe and child friendly environment where children feel safe and are free to enjoy life to the full without concern for their safety. The wellbeing of children in our care will always be our first priority and we have zero tolerance for child abuse.


Doxa School Bendigo is a Catholic Flexible Learning Setting established to meet the need for an alternative option for education for students ‘at risk’ in the wider Bendigo region. This school complements other alternate educational providers in the region and it is open to students from all sectors.

This program aims to re-engage students who are at risk of not completing their compulsory years of education because of a range of difficulties that affect their ability to engage in learning in a mainstream school setting. It provides supported and flexible education options for vulnerable students 13 years of age and older whose educational journey has been a challenging one for them.

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