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Our School


School Prayer

God Our Father

Bless our school of St John's,

So that we may love you  more.


Watch over and protect us, our families, our friends and our sacred earth


Lord, guide us on our journey as we try to be the best we can be.


Keep us safe from harm, healthy in our life and loving to all those we meet each day.


We make our prayer through Christ our Lord




Our History

St John's Primary School originated as an initiative of the people of St John's Catholic Parish, Euroa who saw a need for a primary school for the children of the area founded in the Catholic traditions . Their vision was one where all children had the opportunity to access a Catholic Education for years to come.


The school was built entirely from the labour and generosity of parishioners since government grants for Catholic Schools did not exist at that time. The school opened in 1921. The Sisters of Mercy formed the first teaching staff and continued to be a guiding presence in the school for many many years.  Their Charism continues on today through the school’s vision statement, the school logo featuring the Mercy cross and the naming of the Mercy Centre.  In 2021 the school celebrated its Centenary and all the wonderful learning that has taken place over the past 100 years. 


Meet the Team

Principal and Administration

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Therese Stewart


Rebekah Lines

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Ange Eddy

School Leaders


Briony Clarke
Learning and Teaching Leader

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Denise Hall
Mental Health & Wellbeing Leader

Foundation Teachers


Sally Redfern
Learning Diversity Leader
Year F Teacher

Year 1-2 Teachers

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Fiona Robinson
Year 1-2 Teacher


Rachel Timperley
Year 1-2 Teacher

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Christine Buhler
Year 1-2 Teacher

Year 3-4 Teachers

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Ally Johnston
Year 3-4 Teacher


Libby Hamilton
Deputy Principal
Year 3-4 Teacher


Briony Clarke
Learning and Teaching Leader
Year 3-4 Teacher


Katherine King
Digital Technology Leader
Year 3-4 Teacher

Year 5-6 Teachers


Louise Frewen
Catholic Identity Leader
Year 5-6 Teacher


Linc McKernan
Year 5-6 Teacher

Specialist Teachers


Kathy Allen
Performing Arts Teacher


Ayako Mizushima
Japanese Teacher


Melinda Watson
PE Teacher
Visual Arts Teacher

Learning Support


Lisa Crowe
Learning Support


Nic Asquith
Learning Support


Dee Hinss
Learning Support & Library Technician


Kerry Mason
Learning Support


Damien Saxon
Learning Support


Mark Stevens
Crossing Supervisor

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Karen Goss
Learning Support

Spaces to Learn & Play

St John's Primary School Euroa

The children and staff at St John’s enjoy modern and contemporary spaces for their learning.  The school is in one building divided into three areas, Junior, Middle and Senior. Our recently refurbished areas are light and spacious, filled with a celebration of the children’s learning and all the great things that happen at our school.  We have a variety of spaces which include:


  • Well designed and attractive classrooms

  • Visual Art Room / Performing Arts Room

  • Spacious play areas - Oval, Tennis Court and Quadrangle

  • An adventure playground for all ages

  • A huge sandpit

  • Imaginative play garden

  • Well resourced and up to date Library

  • Shared learning Spaces

  • A community hall - The Mercy Centre

  • A school garden

  • Passive play area


Policies - Under Construction

SWPBS Guidance
Enroment Agreement
CES Ltd - Child Safety Policy - Child Safety & Wellbeing
CES Ltd Child Safety Procedures PROTECT
Restraint and Seclusion Policy
Application For Enrolment
Additional Enrolment Documents/Forms
CES Ltd - Child Safety Code of Conduct
CES Ltd Child Safety Mandatory Reporting
Offer Of Enrolment: Request Information Form
CES Ltd - Child Safety - Engaging Families in Child Safety
CES Ltd Child - Safety Policy - Photography, Filming & Recording

Lunch Orders

Each week the children have the opportunity to order a lunch order.  These are prepared locally and delivered to school.  It is a highlight of many children’s week.

Lunch Orders
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