Curriculum | St Brendan’s Catholic School Lake Munmorah


A diverse curriculum to inspire a love of learning

Education at St Brendan’s gives your child a holistic foundation for lifelong learning. Classes from K-6 are empowered with academic, physical, spiritual, emotional and social wellbeing and knowledge to achieve success.

Learning at St Brendan’s is guided by our curriculum built on Board of Studies syllabuses.

Our curriculum includes these Key Learning Areas:

Creative Arts


Human Society and its Environment



Personal Development, Health and Physical Education

Religious Education

Science and Technology

Your child can choose to participate in a range of enriching extra-curricular activities that offer a balanced learning experience. Explore our extra-curricular activities here.

Flexible learning for 21st century living

St Brendan’s students are leaders of their own education in our agile learning environment. Our flexible learning spaces offer students the opportunity to work with children across all grades and abilities.

Students can set their own goals which gives them more chance of success because they own their tasks. Working with their peers while monitored by teachers, we see St Brendan’s students achieving more than in traditional classroom formats. By creating opportunities to challenge and stretch all students in a safe, supportive environment, we are giving each child an education that equips them for life in the 21st century.

What about diverse learners and students with disability? 


Catholic School Broken Bay school system is proud of its comprehensive and inclusive support of diverse learners, including high potential and gifted students, as well as students with a range of other learning needs.

Various support services for students with disability are available, including:

  • Consultation support for class teachers to assist with the provision of reasonable adjustments
  • Services to support students with hearing and vision impairment
  • Leadership support to assist with the development and implementation of an inclusive school model
  • Transition planning support



Catholic Schools Broken Bay Vision of Learner Diversity

Eileen O’Connor School will provide quality Catholic education for students with a disability from Kindergarten to Year 12. Collaborating in the Mission, focusing on human flourishing, using Christ’s example to serve, we believe that every child is a unique individual created by God and valued as an individual learner with strengths, gifts, and talents.

Eileen O’Connor School (EOS) will provide a flexible and responsive model of education for students with disability through the structure of a Base School and a network of Support Classes in local parish schools. Transition between the Base School and Support Classes, or Support Classes and local parish school enrolment is facilitated.

Catholic Schools Broken Bay currently has Eileen O’Connor Support Classes for students with a disability at St Martin’s Catholic School at Davidson, as well as at St Brendan’s Catholic School at Lake Munmorah. A third site on the North Shore, located at Prouille Catholic Primary School, Wahroonga will commence in 2024.


Families interested in seeking enrolment in an Eileen O’Connor Support Class, please complete the CSBB Enquiry Form and select your Local Catholic Parish school in the drop-down menu.

Families wishing to register an expression of interest in the Eileen O’Connor Base School are encouraged to do so via this link.