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Life long teaching and learning

 About St Agnes

​St Agnes, Mt Gravatt as one of the 150 schools of the Brisbane Archdiocese, is bound to improving educational outcomes for all our students, in that they will live fulfilling productive and responsible lives through letting their light shine. This philosophy connects with the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals (2009). These goals for Australian schools are to promote equity and excellence for all young Australians to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals and active and informed citizens.

Life enriching relationships


St Agnes' Primary School is a Catholic, primary school in the suburb of Mt Gravatt in Brisbane. We are just two minutes to the South East Freeway, close to Garden City Shopping Centre and 5 minutes from Griffith University.

Life giving


 Latest News



St Agnes Fetehttp://www.stagnes.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/St-Agnes-Fete.aspxSt Agnes Fete<p style="text-align:justify;">More than 14 months of planning and preparation came to an amazing finale on Sunday with our St Agnes Alice in Wonderland Fete. Under the guidance of Julie Kluck and Karina Ryan the dedicated fete committee and store convenors supported by our families created a fabulous day that we could all enjoy. Whilst the fete is the P&F's major fundraiser for the year, it is much more than a means of making money for the community. The fete brings our families together, past students, new families and local community members. The 2018 Alice in Wonderland Fete was a huge success on many levels and I thank everyone for their time energy and efforts. I am sure we all have taken away very fond memories of the day.​​<br></p><p style="text-align:justify;"><img src="/latest-news/SiteAssets/Pages/St-Agnes-Fete/IMG_3710.jpg" alt="IMG_3710.jpg" style="margin:5px;" /><br></p>
Year 4-6 Friday Sportshttp://www.stagnes.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/Year-4-6-Friday-Sports.aspxYear 4-6 Friday Sports<p> </p><p>Last Friday we had our first interschool sport afternoon. We were joined by students from St James Coorparoo, under the guidance of senior students from Clairvaux Mackillop College. Whilst it was a little windy the students still had a great afternoon and are looking forward to next round in two weeks' time.</p><p><img alt="IMG_5991 (Mobile).JPG" src="/latest-news/SiteAssets/Pages/Year-4-6-Friday-Sports/IMG_5991%20(Mobile).JPG" style="margin:5px;" />​</p>
ANZAC Dayhttp://www.stagnes.qld.edu.au/latest-news/Pages/ANZAC-Day.aspxANZAC Day<p style="text-align:justify;">This morning we had the opportunity to gather as a school community to acknowledge and remember ANZAC Day. It was great to see the students engage so reverently as we listened to the story of the Gallipoli landing, The Ode and the Last Post. We look forward to joining many members of our school community as we march as part of the Holland Park ANZAC Service tomorrow.  Students are asked to wear their school day uniform including hat and gather at the corner of Logan Rd and Barter Avenue, Holland Park at 6:30am for a 6:45am march.​</p><p><img src="/latest-news/PublishingImages/anzac%20-%20Copy.jpg" alt="" style="margin:5px;width:335px;" /> </p>

 Regular Events

Assembly: Friday 8:45a​​m

P & F: Second Tues of each month 7:00pm

Tuckshop: Monday & Friday - more

Uniform Shop: Mon 8:15am - 8:45am - more

Banking: Wednesdays