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Our Community

St Anne's Primary School Sunbury

At St Anne’s Primary School we are a community of Faith, Learning and Partnership. We value the learning partnership between school, home, parish and the wider community and actively encourage our families to walk alongside us as we aim for our children to be resilient, responsible and successful lifelong learners. 


Our school community has a strong focus on parental involvement. Our families offer various skills and insight into school philosophies that provide avenues for families to work in partnership with our teachers and provide optimal learning environments for our students.


OSH Club

Outside School Hours Care Program (OSH Club) provide before and after school care onsite at St. Anne’s School. They also provide care on Pupil Free Days and Vacation Care.

Contact Number 0431 104 999

Head Office Number 1800 460 870 (9am – 5pm Mon – Fri)


Operating Times

Before School Care 7.00am to 9.00am

After School Care 3.20pm to 6.30pm

Curriculum Day 7.00am to 6.30pm



After Care from $7.29 to $13.10 per child per session (full fee $26.20)

Before Care from $7.00 to $10.88 per child per session (full fee $21.75)

Holiday Program $8.44 to $29.75 per child per session (full fee $59-50) (fees subject to change)


Most families are eligible for Child Care Benefits (CCB) and Child Care Tax Rebate (CCTR 50%). The full fee applies for families who do not apply for and are not eligible for CCB and the CCTR (50% Tax Rebate). All fees are approximate only. Late pickup fees of $2 per minute per child apply. Prices may change at any time. Casual bookings made within 24 hours incur an extra charge of $3.30 per session.



Details about the "kidsoft" app for bookings and payments can be found here.


How to Book

An OSHClub Online enrolment form must be complete. Enrol at

Once enrolled with OSHClub, log in to your account and select to place either a permanent or casual booking.

Outside of Hours Care

Parent, Friends & Teachers Association PFTA

St Anne’s Parents, Friends and Teachers Association is a vibrant aspect of the school community. The committee offers opportunities for our families to build relationships and become involved in the life of the school in authentic ways. The PFTA community organises events and functions throughout the year that enable our entire school community to network and build school spirit at St Anne’s. 


Our PFTA helps organise events/functions and assist in the daily running of our school. Some of these include our:

  • Welcome to school Bushdance

  • Beginning of year Prep Picnics

  • Faith Program (Reconciliation, Eucharist & Communion) 

  • Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and Grandparent’s Day events 

  • Trivia/ Comedy evenings 

  • Canteen 

  • Uniform shop 

  • Classroom Parent Helper Program

Fundraising events such as: Colour Run

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School Advisory Commi


Our School Advisory Council provides a crucial point of connection between the wider school community and school leaders. It informs, advises and supports the Principal and school leadership so the wellbeing and educational outcomes of our students is paramount. This has happened in many forms such as; 

  • promoting our school’s Catholic ethos and culture

  • assisting with capital resource planning and maintenance

  • assisting with the implementation of  policies such as our home learning and uniform policies 

  • giving advice on such matters as enrolments, school improvement plans and community links.  

The Council consists of six parents, the Principal and Deputy Principal whilst the Parish Priest is an ex-officio member. Parents are on the Council for three years.


Parent Helpers

Our Parent Helper Program thrives at St Anne’s. Families support our staff and students with tasks such as:

  • Reading,

  • Spelling, 

  • Numeracy.


St Anne’s adheres to the Catholic Education Guidelines and supports families to ensure they have been appropriately inducted into the school. This process includes:

• Receiving documentation to fill in and return to the office,

• Providing the office with an up to date copy of your Working With Children’s Check (WWCC) and,

• Attending an induction session with one of our schools Literacy Leaders.


Once the following steps have been completed Classroom Helpers can get in contact with their child’s classroom teacher to organise a time to begin

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Art Show

Our Art Show is held every second year. It is a visual representation of the Arts curriculum. Here at St Anne’s our ARTs program enables children to showcase their creativity and create pieces that are coordinated according to a theme. The Art Show is an opportunity for our students to demonstrate their artistic talents using various media and to share this with their families.

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