Welcome to St. Dominic’s Parish Primary School, Melton. At St. Dominic’s, we strive to achieve excellence in all aspects of school life. All members of our community come together to support the growth and learning of our students. We provide a caring and nurturing environment where the children can thrive, develop a passion for learning and strive to be the best person they can be. We are on an exciting journey where we learn together and celebrate each other’s achievements.
We believe that all children have the right to an excellent education, which enables them to become positive and active members of the school, wider Parish, local and global communities. We want the children to develop self-respect and respect of others and for the environment in which they work and live. In the tradition of St. Dominic, we aim for each child to develop a sense of courage, truth and compassion in everything we do. We believe that all children can achieve great things through hard work and with a sense of optimism.
We welcome all families willing to become valued members of our richly diverse community. Those who would like to send their child to St. Dominic’s will be asked to take advantage of the opportunities presented to them. The staff members at St. Dominic’s are committed to providing rich learning experiences for our children which will see them to grow spiritually, emotionally, academically, socially and physically. We aspire for all children to develop a deeper sense of who they are and a strong understanding of their individual strengths by the time they have finished their schooling at the end of Year 6.
At St. Dominic’s we understand positive relationships are the key to success. Adults are challenged to be the example and shining light for our children if they are to become responsible citizens who actively and positively participate in society. With Jesus as our role model we would be honoured to take your child into our care as we watch them grow in many ways.
Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to many exciting times ahead.
Mr Jeffrey Parker