Education
for life

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.

All the best,
Frank Dullard

Our 2019 Community Report can be accessed below.
2019 Annual Report

The Jacob Holden Cup 2020

On the 22nd of October St. Liborius celebrated the annual Jacob Holden Cup, held in honour of a loved member of our community.

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Book Week 2020

Despite restrictions, we were able to celebrate Book Week in our levels.Thanks to all who helped the students have a memorable Day!

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St. Liborius during the pandemic.

This has been a challenging year for the St. Liborius community with two extended periods of remote learning. A report on how St. Liborius has functioned during remote learning can be viewed in this section of our website.

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New art installation

Troy Firebrace, a local indigenous artist has installed a stunning piece of work at St. Liborius. This is adjacent to our new hanging garden and has given the students great pride in their learning areas.

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Burning of the Palms Liturgy at St. Liborius

On Friday the St. Liborius community gathered together for the burning of the palms. This is a very old and important event if the preparation for the coming Liturgical Season of Lent. Palms remaining from Palm Sunday the previous year are burnt, the Ash collected and this is worn on our foreheads on Ash Wednesday […]

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