St Aloysius' School, Queenscliff

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St Aloysius' School, Queenscliff

Principal:  Ms Miriam Leahy

E No.  E1089

Year Levels:  P to 6

Phone Number:  5258 1736

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St Aloysius' School, Queenscliff, situated on the Bellarine Peninsula is approximately 30 km from Geelong. The school is part of the Parish of Holy Trinity, which encompasses the towns of Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale.

St Aloysius School was opened in 1902 by the Sisters of Mercy in a small two-room wooden building. This small building still exists today as part of the parish hall, which is used during the holiday season to accommodate large crowds for Mass.

In 1975 a new school was built. This modern brick structure consisted of three classrooms, a kitchen, a staff room, an administration block and a small library. Extensive renovations took place in 2010 and St Aloysius' is a contemporary, comfortable learning environment catering for all.


The school population is approximately 90 students, who come from Queenscliff, Point Lonsdale and the surrounding areas. The school grounds are safe and secure, offering 16 unique learning areas. The play spaces are varied including junior and senior adventure playgrounds, netball / basketball court, oval and passive play areas.

Children can access a morning and afternoon bus service and before / after school care programs in the local community.


Personalised learning is ensured at St Aloysius' through the differentiated curriculum offered. This includes Religious Education, Literacy, Numeracy, Inquiry Studies, LOTE, Environmental Studies, Physical and Outdoor Education (Swimming, Camp, Bike Ed). Performing Arts (Drama, Dance Music and Art) are also integral aspects of our curriculum.

Activities include an annual concert at the end of the school year. Private tuition in guitar, piano, violin and keyboard is also available. We use a variety of multimedia tools and devices to engage students in their learning journey.

Children are regularly involved in local community activities such as sand dune revegetation, environmental planting programs, history walks and combined projects with the local council. Students regularly visit the local library to make use of community resources.

We are known as an active and vibrant school community which is welcoming and inclusive. We welcome new members to our dynamic parents & friends association and value the buddy program for new students.

School location

Address:  34 Stevens Street
Queenscliff VIC 3225

Diocese:  Archdiocese of Melbourne

Region:  Western

Parish:  Holy Trinity