St Joseph's Primary School, Millmerran caters for children from Prep to Year 6. The current level of student enrolments allows for close interaction between parents, students and staff. At St Joseph’s, we promote a high level of learning for all students.

St Joseph's 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.

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

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21st August
Book Week Activities

24th August

P&F Social Night 6pm

29th August

P&F Meeting

31st August

Father's Day Liturgy

4th September

Early Years Expo

14th September

Gore Highway Winter Sports

21st September

End of Term 3

8th October

Term 4 commences

22nd October

Pupil Free Day - CTJ Day



Formal Assembly
2.30pm Fridays in Assembly Hall (Term 3)

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During Catholic Education week, our Teaching team was nominated and were Finalists for the Toowoomba Catholic Schools Excellence Awards for Teaching & Learning: Professional Learning Community category. Our school was nominated as a joint nomination with St Maria Goretti, Inglewood for our work in the Professional Learning Community space. Both school communities were nominated by Senior Education Leader: Suzanne Cavanagh. The nomination is as follows:

Millmerran and Inglewood were identified as schools needing focused support in teaching and learning 4 years ago. Since then they have separately invested in establishing consistent approaches to teaching and learning focusing on using high yield strategies in the classrooms. Once this was achieved the Principals recognised that since both schools had small classroom teacher numbers, it would be beneficial to network across the two schools and establish a Professional Learning Community that allowed a broader conversation and perspective. The schools take turns to host a PLC once a month and have successfully investigated the educative focus of Formative Assessment as well as other high yield strategies. Both Principals have maintained and supported their staff in building collective efficacy in better understanding contemporary education.

This is great recognition for our school and Inglewood for the time and commitment we have put into establishing our Learning Community over the past couple of years. We are seeing the success of this work paying off with increased professional conversations on student achievement, and most classes achieving in our benchmark goals for reading 6 months ahead of schedule.     

Next General Meeting Wednesday the 29th of August. Agenda items are due to the P&F email before the close of business on Friday 24th. We look forward to seeing you there!

Thank you To all the staff and parents who helped to organise and run the Mary MacKillop fun day. Congratulations also to the Mini Vinnies kids who again ran a very successful and enjoyable event.

Trivia Night / Jumping Castle The P&F are holding a social, non-fundraising event this Term on Friday the 24th of August. The intention is to gather the community for some fun, to welcome the new families and for the P and F to show their gratitude to the community for giving their time over the Horse Sports weekend. There will be a Trivia Night for the adults and a Jumping Castle (and other games) for the children. There is no need to organise teams or tables for the Trivia Night, seating will be allocated randomly on arrival. The BBQ and Bar will be run at prices designed to cover costs. We are aiming for the Trivia Night to be wrapped up around 8:30pm. Thank you to all the parents and friends who have already expressed interest in attending, if you would still like to indicate that you are planning on attending, please email the address below. Friday 24th August St Joseph's Hall BBQ - 6pm Trivia Night / Jumping Castle - 6:30pm

Batteries The P&F would like to encourage you to take any old car / truck sized batteries to SizeCo. The P&F are working with SizeCo to collect any old batteries for recycling, with the proceeds being donated to theP&F for school improvement purposes. Please DO NOT bring the batteries to school, they MUST be taken directly to SizeCo.

Communication Please feel free to communicate with the P&F executive through the email address;  The P&F will also endeavour to communicate with parents through the "Skoolbag" app. This app is available from both the App Store and on Android. Please search "St Joseph's Primary School Millmerran" in your relevant App Store.

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:

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