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School Song, Prayer and Acknowledgement of Country

The prayer and liturgical life of the school are central to the spiritual dimension of our school. 

Students participate in daily opportunities for prayer both in class and as a whole school. Liturgies and celebrations of the Eucharist are held regularly throughout the year. Classes attend Mass and on a roster basis every second Tuesday and Reconciliation when scheduled by our Parish Priest, Fr. Peter.


We honour the memory of St Anthony, your devoted servant.
May his spiritual help make us strong in your service to do good for others.
We ask this through Christ our Lord.
St Anthony, Pray for us
Mary Mackillop, Pray for us




On behalf of the St Anthony’s School
we promise to be true to God,
To our Church and to our School
We promise to work to make St Anthony’s 
a school where we strive to be respectful,
a school where we celebrate the uniqueness of the individual,
a school where we are proud to belong!



As we gather here today, let us acknowledge the traditional owners of the land, the Dharawal & Gundungurra people, where the Aboriginal people have performed age-old ceremonies of storytelling and renewal.