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.
Luckily the rain held off so our community could celebrate our Junior Athletics Carnival. Much fun was had by the students as they competed in hurdles, sprints, shot put, long jump and vortex throw. Thanks greatly to the family members who came to support; we love your involvement at St. Lib’s.
It is wonderful to welcome back families to our weekly class meals. Each week a different home room heads to the Liborius Centre to celebrate a class meal with their family. Anne Battersby has been preparing pasta and fruit kebabs for many classes this term. I’m sure her famous sticky date pudding will one day […]
The Blurbs return! After a long hiatus the Blurbs returned to help us celebrate Book Week. A very excited group of students and staff paraded their wonderful outfits before settling, and then up and dancing for a vibrant and fun filled performance by The Blurbs. Thanks everyone in the St. Lib’s community for making this […]
The St. Liborius School Leaders were honoured to be invited to the commemoration for the Eaglehawk War Memorial; it being 100 years since its dedication. Our students placed a wreath in honour of those in the Eaglehawk community who have served in the armed forces and for many of our school leaders there was a […]