St Catherine’s School is set on a large parcel of land amidst lush gardens and mature trees in the picturesque village of Stirling in the Adelaide Hills.
Our school grounds include a large oval, forest space, playground, play equipment, tennis / basketball / netball court, wetland environment, orchard, vegetable garden, chicken coup and multiple nature play areas.
With access to an abundance of space and materials, our students happily engross themselves in exploration of the grounds, construction and playing with natural objects and spaces where the possibilities of imagination are endless.
The Treehouse is the hub of our school with an extensive library its centre. The Treehouse also provides learning spaces for children to quietly explore areas of interest, work collaboratively and to relax.
Located within the Treehouse is our Green Screen room for filming and animation. In our Stem Room students have access to digital video camera, B-bots, robotics and 3D printer.
Other indoor spaces include a dedicated Music room and multipurpose hall for school assemblies, masses, liturgies, presentations, performances and Physical Education lessons.
Having recently enhanced student learning spaces through new construction, our 10 year building master plan ensures we remain committed to providing the optimal learning space for students; both now and in the future.