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21st November
Awards Night

26th November
Indonesian Cultural Day

27th November
Swimming Carnival

3rd December
Town Carols

4th December
End of Year Mass

5th December
End of School Year

St Joseph's Primary School in Millmerran was established in 1959 and originally staffed by the Sisters of St Joseph, an Australian order founded by Saint Mary MacKillop in 1866. The school was built with much voluntary labour and is regarded by the Catholic community with great pride.

St Joseph's caters for children from Prep to Year 7. The current level of student enrolments allows for close interaction between parents, students and staff. Our staff endeavours to foster a climate of meaningful learning, love, security and personal interest in each student.

As part of the Diocese of Toowoomba, the school is Catholic Education Officeadministered by the Toowoomba Catholic Education Office.

We invite you to peruse this website .... should we be able to assist you further, please do not hesitate to contact us.


Current Newsletter

Enrolment Application Form

Annual Report

The Year In Review

School Improvement Survey

Our School Solar Site

Millmerran Sheep Races

School Calendar

Tuckshop Menu

Parish News and Mass Times


Formal Assembly
9am Fridays in Assembly Hall

COMMUNITY NEWS   please refer to the newsletter for all the latest news and photos.....


Principal's Award

Principal's Award          Principals Award Winner

Mary MacKillop Award

     Mary MacKillop Award Winner


With St Mary of the Cross MacKillop and St Joseph as our guides, we at St Joseph's Primary School aim to foster an inclusive environment for all students to strive and achieve to the best of their ability. The school community endeavours to be a place where students live according to the example of Jesus as conveyed through the Gospels. At St Joseph's we value justice and peace for all by living honest, loyal, respectful, diligent, patient and faithful lives.

Miss Ivey and Year 3/4 dedicated a Liturgy on Remembrance Day to honour the soldiers who died as a result of war protecting our nation. The Liturgy took place in the new ANZAC garden. School leaders attended the town service.

The students were involved in a percussion performance with John Ratley from Planet Rhythm. John shared his years of percussion and rhythm experience with the students and had them use different percussion and rhythm instruments.

The Annual Awards Night is on Friday 21st November, commencing at 6pm, at the Cultural Centre. All families and friends are invited to the P&F Christmas BBQ which will follow at the school. The P&F have kindly provided a book for each student to receive as a gift from Santa. If you would like your non-school child to receive a gift please leave a gift wrapped book, with the child's name on it, at the school office by Wednesday 19th November.

Students supported Red Day for Daniel with a gold coin donation raising $106.10 for the Daniel Morcombe Foundation whose aim is to raise awareness of child safety, protection and harm prevention.

The Book Fair saw sales of over two thousand dollars. It was wonderful to see students so keen and enthusiastic. As a result the school library was able to order new books and resources for next year. Thank you to everyone for their support and especially Mrs Tindall and Mrs Gunning for their organisation.


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St Joseph's Primary School
25 Walpole Street, Millmerran  QLD  4357
(PO Box 77, Millmerran  QLD  4357)
Phone:  07 4695 1349     |     Fax:  07 4695 1680     |      Email: millmerran@twb.catholic.edu.au

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