St Brendan's School, Flemington

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St Brendan's School, Flemington

Principal:  Ms Kellie Noonan

E No.  E1017

Year Levels:  P to 6

Phone Number:  9376 0249

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St Brendan's School in Flemington was originally established in 1887 as a one-room, one-teacher school. In 1898 the Sisters of Charity took charge of the school, then handed it over to the Sisters of Mercy in 1909 when the nearby Mercy Teachers College was established.

St Brendan's became the first school utilised by the Sisters for the purpose of training teachers. The association with the Sisters of Mercy continued until 1991.

Lay principals have since continued to administer our vibrant inner city school.


Today, St Brendan's School is an inner-suburban, co-educational Catholic primary school with an enrolment of 160 students from 10 cultural backgrounds. This diversity is respected and celebrated by the school community.


The school's curriculum includes Religious Education, a strong focus on English, Mathematics, and Personalised. The school has a well-equipped library, a computer laboratory and an art room.

School location

Address:  103 Wellington Street
Flemington VIC 3031

Diocese:  Archdiocese of Melbourne

Region:  Northern

Parish:  St Brendan's