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Our School Board plans for the Strategic ongoing renewal and development of our school community.

The St. Luke's School Board is an advisory body to assist the Parish Priest (Parish Priest / Canonical Administrator) and Principal. 

The St. Luke's School Board provides advice, general overview and policy direction for the school.

Our Parish Priest is responsible for the legal and canonical obligations associated with the school.

Our Principal, who is appointed by the Parish Priest, is responsible for the day to day educational and administrative functions of the school.

The School Leadership Team is comprised of staff with Key Responsibilities and Positions of Leadership in the school.

The AIM of the School Board is to lead the school community in partnership with the Parish Priest, the Principal and the School Leadership Team, under the guidelines of the Charter of Sandhurst School Improvement (C.o.S.S.I.)      

The School Strategic Plan developed by the School Board, in consultation with the local community, provides overall direction for the Board through the implementation of school improvement.

The members of our School Board are:

Mr. Sath Saranathan (Chair), Fr. Joseph Taylor (Parish Priest), Mr. David Keenan (Principal), Mrs. Maree Findlay (Deputy Principal), Greg Pearson, Kate Moroney, Kevin Clurey, Bill Daunt & Rachel James. Admin Support: Ms Karli Heggart (In attendance)

The members of our School Leadership Team are:

Mr David Keenan (Principal), Mrs. Maree Findlay (Deputy Principal / Learning & Teaching), Mrs. Angela Shaw (Religious Education Coordinator), Mrs. Jess Johnson & Mrs. Thresea Murray 

St Luke's Catholic Primary School

Ph (03) 5822 1834
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Goulburn Valley Hwy, Shepparton VIC 3630


The St. Luke's Catholic Primary School Community acknowledges the Yorta Yorta and Bangerang people, traditional custodians of the land on which the school is built. We commit to working in partnership with our First Nations people for reconciliation, truth and justice.