The school provides an educational program based on, and taught in accordance with the Board of Studies, Teacher and Educational Standards, NSW syllabuses for Primary Education.  The Key Learning Areas (KLA’s) are English, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Human Society and its Environment, Creative Arts and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education.

The curriculum focuses on creating 21st century learners, able to use the knowledge, skills, behaviours and dispositions that they require to thrive in the world.  Improvement strategies, designed to meet the needs of students occur.  The Diocesan Learning Enhancement Strategy focused on enhancing student achievement in Literacy and Numeracy.  The school also offers a Reading Tutor Program.

Academically the students strive to achieve their individual best.  The results in NAPLAN are traditionally strong for the cohorts, continuing the school’s tradition of excellent achievement, with a large number of students excelling and achieving the top bands.

The integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) in student learning was enhanced by the provision of more ICT hardware and Apple Air Drop for smartboards/interactive TV’s.  The purchase of more laptops and chromebooks contribute to the use of technology as a tool in pedagogy.