Welcome to Lumen Christi Primary School Churchill
"Believe, Achieve, Succeed .... Together"
Everyone is welcome at Lumen Christi, we pride ourselves on being an inclusive and safe learning environment for all of our children and their families. You don't have to be Catholic to attend our school, but in choosing a Catholic school, families can feel confident that their child will be accepted for who they are, building on their individual strengths.
Lumen Christi offers a rich Catholic Education, fosters a sense of belonging for each child and family within our school community where every child is properly acknowledged and understood. Children are at the heart of everything we do here, we have high expectations for all of our students and offer an engaging experience for children to make progress in all areas of their learning.
We aim to develop the whole child in their academic learning, their friendships, their emotional and physical development and wellbeing and we invite them to experience spirituality through our Catholic gospel stories and traditions.
As a Catholic School, our families to support our Christian ethos. Our children experience prayer and Religious Education lessons every day in a way that supports and encourages their own spiritual development. Even if your family is not from a Christian tradition, we know that wellbeing and happiness improves when people have a connection to something "bigger" than themselves. We offer this to our children and it is one of our key strengths as a school community. Whatever backgrounds our families come from, our gospel values are the vehicle we use to develop Respect, Resilience and Responsibility across our whole school community.
We offer a warm welcome to anyone interested in joining our Lumen Christi school community. Please contact the office on 5122 2231 to arrange a school tour at your convenience.
At Lumen Christi we acknowledge and give thanks for the wisdom of the traditional owners on which our school is situated, the Gunai-Kurnai people. At our weekly assemblies all students shared an acknowledgement of country while proudly in the centre of our yard is our ANZAC Garden where we fly the Australian flag alongside the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags.