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Principal's Message

Dear Students, Parents, and Staff,

As we come to the end of another enriching term filled with achievements, social growth, and emphasis on well-being, I want to extend my heartfelt gratitude to each and every one of you for your dedication and hard work. Together, we’ve made this term a truly wonderful experience.

Our students have demonstrated remarkable progress and dedication to their studies. Reading the Interim Reports filled me with great joy as I was constantly seeing high achievements in effort. I am immensely proud of each student’s achievements, and I commend our teachers for their unwavering commitment to excellence in education.

Moreover, our school community has thrived socially, fostering an environment of inclusivity, respect, and friendship. Whether through the wonderful P & F activities, or simply lending a helping hand to a peer, you have all contributed to creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere where everyone feels valued and supported.

Equally important is our focus on well-being. This term, we’ve continued to prioritise the mental, emotional, and physical health of our students and staff. By promoting self-care practices, providing resources for support, and fostering open dialogue about mental health, we’ve taken significant steps towards creating a culture of wellness within our school community.

As we approach the most important time in the Church’s calendar, Easter, I want to take a moment to reflect on the significance of this season. Easter is a time of renewal, rebirth, and hope. It reminds us of the power of resilience, the beauty of new beginnings, and the importance of faith. May this Easter bring you peace, joy, and blessings in abundance.

I hope this holiday season provides an opportunity for rest, reflection, and rejuvenation. Spend time with loved ones, indulge in activities that bring you joy, and take a moment to appreciate the beauty of life around you.

Once again, thank you for your continued support and dedication to our school community. I am incredibly grateful for each and every one of you. Let’s return next term with renewed energy, enthusiasm, and a commitment to making our school an even better place to learn and grow.

Wishing you all a blessed Easter holiday and a joyful break.

Mauricio Da Silva


Students will return to school on the 15th of April 2024

Easter Mass Times

Place your Canteen and Uniform orders online with Spriggy Schools

Star of the Sea are now using Spriggy Schools for all Canteen, Uniform & Events orders.

Spriggy Schools will make ordering more convenient for both families and the School.

Steps to get started:

  1. Go to to register and download the app.
  2. Add a profile for each of your children, making sure you select SCHOOLNAME and your child’s class.
  3. Start placing orders! You can place orders up to 2 weeks in advance.

If you have any questions, please contact Spriggy Schools via their webchat on the website or in the app.

Kolbe Catholic College Year 7 - 2026 Enrolments

If you have a child entering Year 7 in 2026 (currently in Year 5), and you would like them to attend Kolbe, please ensure that you submit an application prior to 28 March 2024.

Sibling interviews will soon commence, and we anticipate that all Year 7 2026 places will be filled by the end of Term 2 this year.

An online application can be completed by following this LINK.  Please ensure that all supporting documentation is included, along with a copy of your child’s most recent school report.