Welcome to the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Primary School Sefton website and thank you for deciding to find out more about our wonderful school.
We pride ourselves on our warm, welcoming and inclusive community. Our teachers genuinely care for each child and are committed to ensuring their wellbeing.
Students are provided with a variety of learning experiences and activities which cater for individual needs. Our school takes great pride in the wide range of creative opportunities we provide, from inter-school debating to visual arts.
All of these programs add to the richness of the school and present stimulating and interesting opportunities for the students.
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Primary School was established in 1948 by the Sisters of St. Joseph. The school opened in the church hall with 48 students. As the local population increased, so to did the enrolments in the school. The sisters continued to teach in the school until 1982 when the first lay principal was appointed.
Since 2003, Immaculate Heart of Mary has had extensive redevelopment of the buildings and grounds to ensure modern and contemporary learning facilities for the students in our community.
Inspired by the traditions of the Sisters of St Joseph and the Oblate Fathers of Mary Immaculate, our school has a strong devotion to Mary our Mother. Our school motto ‘In Giving We Receive’ inspires us to take action and make a difference in the lives of others.
Under the patronage of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, inspired by our motto ‘In Giving, We Receive’ and in partnership with our Parents and Parish, we are committed to nurturing compassionate students in a Christ-centered environment with courage, passion and creativity to take action in their community.
Immaculate Heart of Mary is a school where we learn to:
Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Primary School works closely in partnership with the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish. The parish and school are committed to building strong relationships and developing a faith-filled community.
The whole school attends Mass on feast days and special celebrations, as well as participating in grade Masses each term. Sacramental programs for Reconciliation, First Eucharist and Confirmation are led by the parish sacramental team and strongly supported by our school staff.