Holy Family Primary is a community intent on building the best school possible, for our children.
We strive with one heart and one mind, to provide a high quality, holistic education, that develops each student individually. And we see the importance of nurturing our students spiritually, as we pray, reflect and worship together.
Holy Family Primary strives to provide quality education in the Catholic tradition. Our vision reflects partnership, community and the development of a learning environment which supports all, in realising their potential.
Our school, in partnership with the parish and community, will be a faith-filled centre of learning, renowned for educational excellence and innovation.
On July 4 1987, the Bishop and parish community decided to build a parish centre containing a permanent church, a hall, parish offices and a two-stream primary school. The school and Parish Centre were named Holy Family.
In February 1990, Holy Family Primary commenced with a school population of 43 Kindergarten, Year One and Year Two students. Within four years, the school grew to a complete primary school from K-6. In 2009 our school proudly celebrated 20 years of Catholic education within the Sacred Heart Parish.
The school is located in Luddenham and draws on students from Warragamba, Silverdale, Wallacia, Mulgoa, Luddenham, Badgerys Creek, Rossmore, and Bringelly.
Culturally, our school population comprises of families from Anglo-saxon, Maltese, Italian, Arabic, Croatian, and Dutch backgrounds. Many children live with or near extended family who have a significant role in the lives and education of the children.