St. Liborius is a Child Safe school. We promote the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.
We are a dynamic community serving the educational needs of Eaglehawk and surrounding areas.
St Liborius School is committed to implementing innovative and contemporary learning programs to ensure students are well equipped to become effective learners, able to work co-operatively with others and to live effectively in a changing world.
A message from our Principal
We strive to inspire a sense of hope in each student by being a positive and caring place where children are happy and secure in their learning.
The school seeks to develop positive relationships within the school through specific programs to ensure that students are safe, happy and balanced in the social context of their schooling.
We encourage guardians to become active participants in their child’s learning and school life.
It was loud! Real loud! Lunchtime today we had the culmination of the term four senior basketball competition. This take place each year during lunchtimes in term four and students are very competitive. congrats to all who competed and the teams who played today.
High fashion at St. Liborius for Melbourne Cup Day
It was high fashion at St. Liborius as the students dressed up for a day at the races to celebrate Melbourne Cup Day. Very enthusiastic cheering as the Cup was raced; 260 students cheering loudly is not a quiet afternoon! Thanks everyone for your enthusiasm.
Year three and four camp to Billabong Ranch, Echuca.
Two wonderful days at Billabong Ranch with the year three and four students. Low ropes, camp cooking and the best trampoline ever ensured everyone had a great time. Thanks staff for helping out; thanks students for making it a great few days.
What a glorious day to have our students travel down to the Melbourne Zoo. Gorillas, orang utans, penguins and the elephants were all on the student favourite list. Thanks everyone for making it such a great day for all.
We gathered in the Liborius Centre today to celebrate the ‘Expo’ – when students present their findings developed as part of the Walker Learning Approach to education. This term the students have focused on Science and have applied their understanding to present how Science affects their personal interests. Wonderful work and always a joy to […]