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.

Catholic Education OfficeSt 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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Spirit of ANZAC Experience

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5th June
Family Mass

17th June
Athletics Carnival - Inglewood

22nd June
Under 8's Day

24th June
St Joseph's Horse Sports Day


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I would like to thank you and your children for the fantastic attendance at the town ANZAC service on Monday. I was truly impressed with the high representation of St Joseph's at the march and at the service. I received many compliments and acknowledgements from the public on our school's presence at the march and how well our school performed as a choir. Our Year 6 leaders did a great job during the march and at the service and well done to William, Erin and Charlotte for their work during the service. I would like to publicly thank all the teachers for preparing the students for the choir and a special thanks to Mrs Judd, Mrs Maree Twidale and Mrs Sanders for their efforts.

At the ANZAC Service, Wing Commander David Howard spoke of the key ideals that make up the ANZAC spirit which have helped shape our society since the First World War. A few that stood out to me were the ideals of giving everyone a Fair Go, showing empathy and respect. I took the opportunity at yesterday's parade to talk to the students about these points and how they fit into our school and daily lives. I mentioned that at times, a lot of us can be guilty of not living by these three basic ideals, that at times we are not giving everyone in our school a Fair Go and not showing respect for one another. I emphasised that we are not always going to get along with one another however we must always be respectful, we must always give everyone, no matter what, a Fair Go and treat others how we would like to be treated.


The Catholic Schools Office in Toowoomba is promoting Autism Awareness by dressing in blue on 29th April. We would like students of St Joseph's to dress in blue and bring a gold coin donation on this day to show support for autistic children and their families. We will also be having blue cupcakes for sale for morning tea on the day. Cost: 50c per cupcake. This is such a worthy cause and all proceeds will be donated to Autism Queensland.


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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