Grace Primary is an exceptional P-6 co-educational Christian Primary School on the Redcliffe Peninsula, with close to 400 students and a dedicated team of professional teaching and administration staff. We offer a safe, nurturing environment for young learners with modern air-conditioned classrooms, purpose-built facilities and natural green spaces for play and exploration.
Our strategic intent is to: Engage – Educate – Excite. I believe we live up to this with a vibrant community of families and staff that contribute and participate in partnership in our students’ educational journeys.
Our vision is to deliver an internationally recognised primary education that grows each child’s unique potential and enriches communities. As we educate young people for roles that are yet to be created, we are conscious at Grace of the need to create lifelong learners who have both the knowledge, skills and emotional intelligence to engage in a changing world. We are a school of excellence in all aspects of teaching and learning – as such we strive for continual improvement in educational practices and outcomes.
I am often asked how Grace Primary differs from other schools. There are a few unique aspects to our educational offering. Most independent schools are connected to a secondary school or even part of a P-12 offering. We are truly a standalone primary school. Our focus is 100% on young children and preparing them for their educational journey – wherever that takes them. Because of this, from Prep, we offer a number of educational programs to all our students including Performing Arts, Instrumental Music, STEM, Camps, Japanese and Health and Physical Education. Young minds are impressive in their abilities. They are open to trying new things and discovering new interests. This is what we seek to cultivate at Grace.
Through our Japanese studies, we undertake a program where parents and students have the opportunity to visit Japan. Because of our proximity and connection to Moreton Bay our students also take part in Eco Marine activities where they develop a better understanding of environmental care.
As Principal, I see my role to empower my staff to use their talents and abilities so they can provide engaging and fulfilling learning opportunities to every student and their individual needs.
If you haven’t toured our school yet, I warmly invite you to book a personal tour where we can show you our campus and give you an insight into how our students Grow In Grace. I look forward to welcoming you soon.
Mrs Trudy Moala