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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the first step I should take in enrolling my child into St Justin's?

Download an enrolment form, fill it in and drop it into the school office. Alternatively, contact the school office by phone or in person to put your child’s name on the enrolment list and you will be given/sent an enrolment form.



When will I find out whether my child has been accepted into the school?

Enrolment interviews are held in May. You will receive a letter or phone call during April informing you of a time for you and your child to come in and meet with the Principal. Written offers of placement will follow in June.


How much are the school fees?

School Fees at St Justin's 2018


The annual tuition fee can be paid upfront at the start of the year or as three equal payments in Terms 1, 2 and 3 or alternatively a payment plan can be set up using BPay or Direct Debit making weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments.

Payment can be made in full or part using EFTPOS, BPay, direct debit, cash, cheque or money order.

If you are experiencing financial hardship and are unable to pay fees, please discuss the situation with the Principal. Your situation will be treated with care and confidentiality and an appropriate arrangement may be made for you.


No student will be refused enrolment because of a family’s genuine inability to pay fees.


What sort of facilities does your school have to offer?

The school will be built over six stages taking approximately six years. The school will include contemporary education facilities where the curriculum aligns itself with flexible learning spaces. The building will be supported by state of the art computer facilities and wireless infrastructure. The outdoor learning spaces will connect with the indoor. Space will be provided for playing fields as well as shaded hard court areas.


What are the opening hours of the school?

 School begins at   9:00am. Supervision begins at 8.30am. The school day concludes at 3.10pm and parents are expected to collect their children as soon as possible after this time.


What are the arrangements for dropping off / picking up / catching the bus before and after school?

Initial access to the school site will be off Cobbitty Road. The school development plan provides a separate road off Cobbitty Road on the western side of the school for access to the school site. The plan also provides for a drop off facility for parent cars and a drop off zone for school buses from this additional access road.

Plans are under way to have discussions with the bus companies servicing the area to arrange bus routes and pick up areas for children who will attend the school. Transport consultants have been engaged to help with these plans, and to assist us in our liaison with the Camden Council regarding transport issues.


Is there an anti-bullying policy in place at the school?

At St Justin’s we believe that all members of the community have the right to a learning and working environment free from intimidation, humiliation and harm. We all share a responsibility to create a culture of caring which will not tolerate bullying. We believe that bullying must be taken seriously and is not acceptable in any form. In witnessing Christian values we reject ideas, beliefs and behaviours, which marginalize or victimize people. 

View Bullying and Harassment Policy


Do you have a healthy canteen?

Our tuckshop aims to provide healthy food for students.


From where can I purchase the school uniform?

The school uniform is available from two suppliers:

Yeronga Uniforms
Shop 12 Capital Arcade, Camden 
(02) 4655 5839

Shop 39 Narellan Town Centre 
(02) 4646 1634


Do you have organised after school care?

After school care is offered by a number of different agencies.  Please inquire at the school office for information.


How can I / we become involved in the life of the school community?

Parents are encouraged to become actively involved in their children’s education at St Justin’s. Ways you can help in your child’s classroom are listed above. Other ways of becoming involved are volunteering to help in the canteen, attending special days and events such as school liturgies or performances, helping at special events such as sporting carnivals, working bees, fundraising committes etc

All are invited to become members of the Parents and Friends Committee, who work collaboratively with the school and parish community about matters regarding quality education for all children, and general issues about school life, including social events, fundraising and finances.


Will I be able to come and help in the classroom?

Yes, each grade will be different, but parents often participate and contribute in the classroom. This could include helping with reading and literacy programs, mathematics groups, technology, craft, or by offering expertise in a particular area of interest, such as Indigenous Education or Music.