St Michael's Catholic Primary School MeadowbankHistory
St Michael’s Catholic Primary School Meadowbank opened in 1922 under the leadership of two Sisters of Mercy and the parish priest, Fr Gell. In the early days, classes were held in the church, which was built the year before, requiring classrooms to be packed up on the Friday ready for Sunday Mass. 

Over the next 100 years, various building projects funded by the parish and government were undertaken, championed by the local community in need of a quality Catholic education in Meadowbank. In 1995, the Sisters of Mercy announced that they were withdrawing from the leadership of St Michael’s, and from 1996 onwards, the school has been led lay principals. 

Our school is inspired by the work of the Sisters of Mercy and their founder, Catherine McAuley. Their charism is kept alive through our school values, which are based on the hallmarks of a quality Mercy Education:

  • Justice
  • Compassion
  • Faith
  • Respect
  • Service
  • Excellence 
  • Hospitality
  • Stewardship

Our eight student leadership teams have the responsibility for keeping one of these Mercy Values alive throughout the school.

The mission of St Michael’s Catholic Primary School Meadowbank is to provide high quality education, inspired by the actions of Jesus Christ and the traditions of the Sisters of Mercy.

To achieve this mission we will:

  • provide high quality, equitable education through implementing our KITES pedagogy and providing learning experiences which meet all students’ needs
  • educate children about the actions of Jesus Christ and the traditions of our Catholic faith and
  • embed the values of the mercy tradition into the school life. 

St Michael's Catholic Primary School MeadowbankThe community of St Michael’s Catholic Primary School Meadowbank is one of welcome and acceptance with a strong link between school and parish. St Michael’s includes the wider community in its day-to-day activities.

Many opportunities exist for involvement in the life of the school, and contributions from parents, grandparents and other community members in a range of activities are always warmly welcomed.

Our school is also directly involved in supporting those in need in our local community, and our families are keen to ‘give back’ to the community and work in partnership with various charities.


Rev Emmanuel Seo

Mass Times

Tuesday: 9.15am
Wednesday: 9.15am
Thursday: 9.15am
Friday: 9.15am
Saturday: 9.15am, 5.30pm Vigil Mass
Sunday: 8.00am, 10.00am 

Parish Contact Details

Presbytery: 45 Maxim St, Meadowbank NSW 2114
(02) 9809 3536