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St Anne’s Catholic Primary School

St Anne’s School was opened in 1968 in the beach-side suburb of Seaford by the Faithful Companions of Jesus.

Our school motto is Pray Work Play.

St Anne’s school is situated on the same property as St Anne’s church and Parish Centre and is placed in a spacious garden setting. Our aim is to keep the class sizes as low as possible to maximise learning, instruction time and student potential. The classrooms are bright, large and well resourced. St Anne’s has approximately 130 students divided into 6 classes.

Principal: Rod Shaw

Address: 86-94 Austin Road, Seaford, Vic, 3198

Phone: +61 (03) 9786 4736


Office Hours: 8.45am to 3.45pm

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St Joachim’s Catholic Primary School

St Joachim’s school opened in 1987. It is a Catholic primary school situated in the growing south eastern suburb of Carrum Downs. It is a school that continues to flourish and its school population is now approximately 320.

Our school motto is Love and Unity.

Principal: Paul Dwyer

Address: 25 Broderick Road, Carrum Downs, Vic, 3201

Phone: +61 (03) 9785 2633


Office Hours: 8.45am to 3.45pm

John Paul College was opened in 1968 in the beach-side suburb of Seaford by the Faithful Companions of Jesus.

Our College motto is With Him is the Fullness of Life.

John Paul College was formed in 1979 by the merging of two previous colleges, Stella Maris College (girls) and Marianist College (boys). In 1997, the College took possession of a set of new and refurbished facilities which have enabled the whole school to operate on one integrated campus, thus bringing to a conclusion the capital development begun in 1968. The College now operates as a Year 7-12 school, on one site, arranged as a faculty based campus.

Principal: John Visentin

Address: John Paul College, McMahons Road, Frankston VIC 3199

Phone: +61 (03) 9784 0200


Office Hours: 8.00am to 4.30pm


84 Austin Road, Seaford, Vic, 3198| Suburbs of Seaford, Frankston North, Carrum Downs, Skye and Sandhurst| ☏(03) 9401 6398 ©St Annes Church|
St. Anne’s parish respectfully acknowledges the Bunurong people, who are the traditional custodians od the Boom Wurrung land on which we worship. We acknowledge and pay respect to the Elders past, present and future.
St. Anne’s parish is committed to the safety, wellbeing and human dignity of children, young people and adults.
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