Grow and Rejoice
Welcome to the warm and caring Sacred Heart Primary Westmead learning community. We work together to support the spiritual, academic, social, physical, emotional and creative development of each child.
A small school with a big heart - we have something to offer every child!
We are a Kindergarten to Year 6 primary school where our students are nurtured, respected and encouraged to become the best learners they can be.
We are proud to be part of the Westmead Catholic Community, which includes our sister school Mother Teresa Primary, and secondary schools Catherine McAuley and Parramatta Marist High.
Our school is a welcoming, safe and innovative learning community for local students and their families. Enrolling at Sacred Heart is a chance for your family to be part of our story too!
Features that make us the right school for your child
Thank you for your interest in enrolling at Sacred Heart
Families seeking enrolment should first complete an expression of interest.
If you have any questions regarding current vacancies, the application process or school tours, please contact our friendly Enrolments team on 8633 4500 weekdays during school hours.
23 Sep 2023
Congratulations to our Kindy and Stage 1 students who showcased their dancing skills on Thursday afternoon. The students really enjoyed participating in Dance with Zing Activ for their physical education lesson each week in term 3. Thank you to our wonderful, enthusiastic and energetic instructor Sean and to all the parents who came out to watch in support for our dance program.
23 Sep 2023
Stage 2 is feeling proud! They have finally finished sewing their cute soft toys! It's been quite a journey from planning their designs, to learning how to sew blanket stitch and assembling all the different parts. We have had many challenges along the way such as knots to untangle, lost needles, lost body parts, blow outs from too much stuffing and arms and legs falling off to name a few. Have a look at how clever they are.
20 Sep 2023
On Monday we held our Mercy Mass. This was an opportunity to remember and deepen our understanding of our schools Mercy Charism founded by Catherine McAuley a very significant woman. The mercy in which Catherine showed to many people in her life provides guidance for us throughout Thank you to Father Walter for leading our celebration and to all the families who could join us.
18 Sep 2023
Education Mass celebrates students making a difference
Whether caring for the environment, their community or those in need, hundreds of students, staff, teachers, parents and clergy from throughout the Diocese of Parramatta gathered for the 2023 Education Mass to celebrate what Faith in Action looks like and how they’re making a difference in the world.
15 Sep 2023
Wonderful weather out at The Kingsway St Mary’s today for the CSPD Stage 2 Touch Footy Gala Day. The three teams all played extremely well, sharing their skills, good sportsmanship and enthusiasm. A huge thank you to Mrs Parsons for joining the students today and to our amazing team managers Mr Georges, Mr Farah and Mrs Harb🏈 without your support days like today do not happen. Thank you to all the families that came out to support our students today.
15 Sep 2023
On Wednesday the student in Years 3-6 had some time in a Netball clinic. The instructor worked with the students on skill based activities: - hand eye coordination throwing and catching - shooting with accuracy - footwork techniques - attacking and defensive tactics We may very well have some future netball stars at SHP ⭐️
15 Sep 2023
On Thursday, 4 students from the liturgy team in Year 6 attended the Parramatta Diocesan annual Education Mass with Mrs Clogher and Mrs Smith. After the mass the students shared some of the work Sacred Heart does in our school and community to support the mission of the church. Congratulations to Matthew, Charbel, Annabelle and Aiyana for presenting so proudly and confidently. ⭐️
13 Sep 2023
This term in Health, Year 4 have been learning about changes that may happen in their lives and strategies to manage change and develop resilience. One of the coping strategies students have been learning is the importance of having a Growth Mindset instead of a Fixed Mindset. This involved students recognising and recording what they’re good at, so they can recall their strengths to help them cope when they may feel negatively impacted by a change in their lives.