Our historically significant St Anne’s campus opened in 1924 and is situated on the grounds of the original Church of England Girls’ School Sale. The St Anne’s junior campus provides a contemporary and engaging education within a naturally beautiful and historic setting. The many trees, green spaces and gardens are appreciated daily by about 200 students and regularly admired by family and friends. We have a skilled and dedicated staff that is passionate about learning; modern facilities and an inclusive and friendly Community that includes an Early Learning Centre for three and four year olds. The state-of-the-art Kukun Kalak building was opened in 2019 and is an education hub for the campus’s years 3 and 4 students.
Our campus culture is one of respect, success and support. We celebrate our achievements and strive for each student and staff member to continually achieve their personal best. While the School strives for academic excellence and offers academic scholarships each year, we warmly welcome students of all abilities.
Bus transport is available from the Latrobe Valley, Glengarry, Newry, Stratford, Cowwarr, Heyfield, Maffra, Meerlieu, Yarram, Longford and numerous other small towns and rural communities.
St Anne's offers students academic challenges, cultural experiences, problem solving tasks and physical activities that encourage discovery and develop responsibility. Our students will be encouraged to participate in imaginative activities, engage in and develop an appreciation of the visual and performing arts and be fit and active in order to experience the joy of learning - and life.
Jie Van Berkel
Head of St Anne’s Campus