Infant Jesus School was established in 1954 by the Dominican Sisters to support the Catholic families in the Parish to pass on the faith and to provide a quality Catholic Education.
The first School was opened on a site in Walter Road and was called St Paul. The school opened with an enrolment of 22 children. The two teachers in charge of the school were Sr Joseph and Sr Dominic. In 1956 the Carmelite Fathers took over the Parish.
Today Infant Jesus School is a two stream co-education school drawing most of its students from the local parish community. The school provides for students from 3yr olds to Year 6. Our rich heritage based on our motto, Veritas – invites us to love, serve and respect others.
We welcome students and their families from a variety of cultures into our school community. The community takes great pride in the heritage, tradition and history of the school and is very proud of the students who have graduated from the school in years gone by. The community is now eagerly waiting the completion of the building project with will see the school rebuilt. In partnership with parents and the parish, Infant Jesus School is committed to: