Our Lady of the Annunciation Pagewood and St Agnes Catholic Primary Schools Matraville

The two primary schools will amalgamate in January 2024 at the exciting new school campus in Matraville. We welcome the students from both primary schools as we bring together two school communities with a shared history and charism of the daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart to co-create a thriving and collaborative community.

A revitalised new school

The new school in Matraville will offer contemporary new buildings and state-of-the-art facilities. This school will have capacity for 420 students in two classes per year from K to 6 (two-stream school).

The multi-use spaces will serve to guide and inform learner agency in how students transition seamlessly across and between larger learning commons, small groups and personalised settings. The school’s flexible design will evolve teaching and support long-term needs, equipping students to engage in a constantly changing world, and providing the best opportunities for our students to access purpose-built facilities and be part of the school that will grow with them on their journey.

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The new facilities will include:

  • A two-storey building including multiple open learning areas and a canteen
  • A three-storey building with a new hall for shared school and parish use and administrative spaces
  • A three-storey building with ground level parking, several open learning spaces and an Early Learning Centre.
Artist impression of Pagewood Matraville Project Classrooms

Cross section showing the Early Learning Centre on the top floor, primary school classrooms on the middle floor and shared car parking on the ground floor.

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Contemporary learning spaces at the new primary school

Staff facilities connect the indoors with a quiet outdoor space.

Staff facilities connect the indoors with a quiet outdoor space.

Champagnat Catholic College Pagewood

The vision for the college is to build innovative, flexible and contemporary learning spaces that will broaden the curriculum offerings and enhance pedagogical practices. The college will offer opportunities for students to develop and grow spiritually, academically and socially in a pastorally caring environment focused on Gospel values, excellence and striving to achieve personal best. We want to develop spaces for learning and faith formation that can be used by partner primary schools and the parish.

Champagnat Catholic College will transition to a coeducational secondary school with enrolments accepted from March 2021 for boys and girls starting Year 7 in 2023 and an increase in school size to six streams by January 2025.

To support the increase in students and deliver exciting new learning and recreational spaces, the school campus will undergo a staged construction program over the next six years.

This will include:

  • New and contemporary admin and staff facilities in the Br Ivor Madigan wing
  • A new three-storey block will replace the existing admin and resource centre

The new building will include:

  • Resource centre with breakout space
  • Canteen
  • Seminar rooms and group spaces
  • 10 new classrooms
  • Seniors common area with deck
  • Student amenities
  • Increased outdoor space and new Covered Outdoor Learning Area
  • A new hall for parish and school use, including two full sized sports courts
  • A state of the art specialist music, dance, drama and fitness centre
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New science labs

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New collaborative staff areas

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Breakout spaces for students in the new resource centre

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Contemporary classrooms

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New performance spaces