St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

Margaret River

St Thomas More Catholic Primary School

Margaret River





Inspiring life-long learners who live their faith and contribute positively to our world

Latest News

WA Day

This coming Monday, we celebrate how fortunate we are to live in a place as wonderful as Western Australia. This day is celebrated for all Western Australians, recognising our Aboriginal history, early European settlers and the many from all over the world who have made, and continue to make, Western Australia their home.

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New Chaplain

We welcome to our school a new Chaplain, Mr Chris Johnson, who started today. Ms Laurissa Knowles has requested a reduction in work days, so to continue to support our students, Chris and Laurissa will work alternate weeks on a Thursday.

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Interschool Winter Carnival

Next Thursday, the Year 5 and 6 students will travel up to Bunbury to compete against 12 other schools in the sports of Netball and Football.

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Important Dates

  • 05 June

    WA Day Public Holiday

  • 06 June

    Pupil Free Day Staff Professional Development

  • 08 June

    Winter Carnival in Bunbury

  • 09 June

    Year 2 Assembly

  • 13 June

    P&F Meeting

  • 15 June

    Year 6 Confirmation Retreat in Augusta

  • 16 June

    Bishop Gerard to visit Year 6 students

  • 16 June

    Merit Assembly

Welcome to

St Thomas More, Margaret River

Welcome to St Thomas More Catholic Primary School. We are a single stream, co-educational Catholic Primary School located in picturesque Margaret River, one of the most desirable living locations in Australia.

We are a welcoming and inclusive community, accepting of those from different faiths and backgrounds. St Thomas More Catholic Primary School is a friendly, vibrant and highly motivated community that enjoys the full support of both St Thomas More and Lumen Christi Catholic Parishes.

Our Kindy to Year 6 classes incorporate teaching the life-long skills of respecting the dignity of each human person, caring for others, becoming responsible stewards of our planet all whilst developing the spiritual growth and strength of character of each child. The further development of critical skills including creativity, innovation, problem-solving and communication further enhance our ability to educate the whole person – ‘head, heart and soul’ – we understand that the education of young people is not only a responsibility but a privilege.

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