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Welcome to Good Shepherd Primary

 

Good Shepherd Primary is a Catholic Co-Educational School located in Plumpton, catering for students from Kindergarten to Year 6.

The School strives to build a Christ-centred community where faith is integrated with daily life. We provide teaching and learning experiences which enable the children to deepen their faith understandings, investigate, solve problems and explore their learning.

At Good Shepherd we work in partnership with Parents and our Parish in order to offer our students the best possible learning outcomes.

 
   
  
 
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  • Best practice focus leads to improved Naplan results

    20/11/2014
    For the seventh consecutive year, students in Years 3, 5, 7 and 9 sat the National Assessment Program Literacy and Numeracy (Naplan) in May. Results released in September identified many areas of improvement for students in the Diocese of Parramatta
  • Farewell with faith, hope and love

    7/11/2014
    The Mass of Thanksgiving to God on the Occasion of the Farewell of Most Rev Anthony Fisher OP, Archbishop-elect of Sydney and Administrator of the Diocese of Parramatta, was held at St Patrick’s Cathedral Parramatta on Wednesday 5 November.
  • World Teachers Day Selfie Competition Winner!

    31/10/2014
    Hundreds of students across the Diocese of Parramatta have honoured their teachers in celebration of World Teachers Day by taking a selfie with their favourite teacher.
 
   
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