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Annual School Report (2013)

Corpus Christi Primary School, Cranebrook

90 Andromeda Drive, Cranebrook NSW 2749
Principal: Mr Paul Devlin
Phone: 02 4726 2200
Fax: 02 4726 2299


About the Annual School Report

Corpus Christi Primary School is registered by the Board of Studies (New South Walesas a member of the Catholic system of schools in the Diocese of Parramatta.

The Annual School Report provides parents and the wider school community with fair, accurate and objective information about various aspects of school performance and development. The Report describes achievement of school development priorities in 2013 and gives information about 2014 priorities.

This Report is a legislative requirement under the Schools Assistance Act, 2008.

The information in this Report is complemented by the school website where other school publications and newsletters can be viewed or obtained from the school

Message from key school bodies


I am proud to present to you the 2013 Annual School Report for Corpus Christi Primary School, Cranebrook.

Our purpose as a Catholic primary school in the Cranebrook community is to provide a learning environment where all members feel welcomed, cared for and supported. In this way, we will communicate the message of God's love for all people through our actions and example.

We draw our values from the teachings of Jesus Christ as lived through our Catholic tradition:

  • love and forgiveness as a foundation for effective learning, quality relationships and personal growth
  • honest open communication leading to justice in everyday interactions
  • the uniqueness of each person, acceptance of each other and celebration of differences
  • a learning environment which nurtures independent, discerning and critical thinkers

We believe that:

  • Quality educational opportunities and approaches encourage students to take responsibility for their own learning, actions and relationships.
  • A differentiated, authentic curriculum fosters engagement in learning.
  • Accessing the resources of the wider community supports and enhances learning.
  • In Growing Together as the Body of Christ we gain strength and support from being members of a unified parish community.

Corpus Christi Primary school continues to grow in providing an exciting centre for quality learning and teaching.

Parent body

The school has an active parent community which meets regularly as the Parent Representative Group (PRG). In previous years, the PRG has successfully raised funds for the school as well as organising social events. Events run by the PRG have included organising Mothers Day and Fathers Day stalls, trivia night, bush dance, student discos, support for the school's 'Math-a-Thon' and outreach for the needy of the community at Christmas.

Parents are encouraged to attend PRG meetings which begin with a curriculum update or opportunities for parents to learn more about supporting their child with their learning. At each meeting parents are also able to discuss school initiatives.

Parents are also encouraged to act as classroom helpers in literacy and numeracy. Parents also assist with gross motor skill development, sporting events, excursions, in the school library and in our school canteen.

Student body

The students of Corpus Christi Primary School are very proud of their school and appreciate the many opportunities the school provides for them. Year 6 students take on specific leadership roles each year as part of the Student Representative Council (SRC). These leadership roles include leading the liturgy/social justice team, hospitality team, environmental care team, technology angels, sports team, library team, social skills team and the creative arts team. All members of Year 6 are part of one of these teams. The teams are responsible for organising and running assemblies; flag raising; as special ambassadors to important events; and taking on various tasks as requested by the principal. The SRC members are elected by staff and the student body each year.

Our Year 6 students also have a special role in displaying leadership qulities, good example and responsibility to the rest of the student population. 

Our students have wonderful facilities, playing spaces, learning spaces and technological resources to assist them with their learning and leisure at Corpus Christi Primary School.

Who we are

History of school

Our school was established in 1987 by the Sisters of Mercy and from its humble beginnings it has grown from just three classes to be a school that currently has 21 classes catering for children from Kindergarten to Year 6. The school works in partnership with the Parish of Corpus Christi and its pastor.

At Corpus Christi Primary School we activate a faith community that supports each person’s search for meaning within the Catholic tradition through liturgy, prayer and celebrations as well as the Parramatta Diocese's, Sharing our Story curriculum. We have a learning environment that empowers and challenges each student to communicate with truth, clarity and integrity about the nature of the world. In June 2009, the school completed its three year building and renovation program, giving the children access to stunning, modern learning spaces which complement extensive recreation and sporting areas. In 2010 construction of a new hall was completed. During 2013 our facilities were complemented by the construction of additional vegetable gardens and renovation of the 'Cricket Nets' for use by the students. One block of student toilets and the 'breezeway' were also renovated during 2013.

Location/drawing area

Corpus Christi Primary School is situated in Andromeda Drive, Cranebrook, a northern suburb of Penrith. Corpus Christi Primary School is an integral part of the work of the Corpus Christi parish and the school is part of the Parramatta system of diocesan schools.

Enrolment policy

Corpus Christi Primary School follows the Catholic Education, Diocese of Parramatta (CEDP) document, Enrolment Procedures in Parramatta Catholic Systemic Schools, January 2002. This document can be obtained from the school office or is available on the CEDP website

Current and previous years' student enrolments

Year Boys Girls Total
2011 284 261 545
2012 287 282 569
2013 281 272 553

The slightly lower total enrolment for 2013 is due mainly to a small number of families moving out of the area. Total enrolment is expected to increase slightly in coming years due to local land release.

Characteristics of the student body

The table below shows the number of students in each of the categories listed.

Language Backgrounds other than English (LBOTE)* Student with Disabilities (SWD)* Indigenous
 94  35  17

School review and development

Annual school priorities

 Priority Reason for the priority  Steps taken to achieve the priority Status of the priority (Achieved, not yet achieved, Ongoing, no longer a priority)
 Our first priority was for staff to read and reflect more deeply upon sacred scripture to develop their faith and prayer life
This priority was chosen as a result of alignment with system goals, our external and internal student assessment data and our ongoing commitment to improving student outcomes in Religious Education
  • Students participated in various opportunities to develop their prayer and spiritual life.
  • Staff were were provided with multiple opportunities to develop their spirituality through whole staff days, staff meetings and afternoon professional learning opportunities.
Our second priority was to to implement a shared and consistent approach to the teaching of reading comprehension from Kindergarten to Year 6.
This priority was derived from our system goals, our external and internal student assessment data and our ongoing commitment to improving student outcomes in literacy
  • Close analysis and monitoring of data from assessment was carried out during the year.
  • Staff engaged with significant professional learning opportunities.
  • A Data Wall was established
  • A Literacy Team comprising staff from across the school was established.
  • Staff engaged in professional learning conversations about their practice. 

Projected school priorities

 Priority Reason for the priority
Steps to be taken to achieve the priority
 Our first priority will be for staff to read and reflect more deeply upon sacred scripture to develop their faith and prayer life.
 This priority was chosen as a result of staff surveys, discussions and to align with the Diocesan Strategic Intent.
  • Exploring with students, staff and parents various forms of prayers.
  • Staff will be provided with multiple opportunities for regular voluntary prayer. 
  • Continue to participate in 'Spirituality in the Staffroom'.
  • Staff to participate in a Staff Development Day
  • The Leadership Team to participate in the Penrith Leadership Network.
Our second priority will be to implement a shared and consistent approach to learning in Literacy and Numeracy - Kindergarten to Year 6.
This priority was chosen as a result of the work done in previous years, surveys of staff, data of student results and to align with the work of the Diocese in their Strategic Intent.
  • Staff will use a range of student assessment data to direct learning and track progress for individual students.
  • Staff will participate in extensive professional learning in English and Mathematics to further develop their knowledge and skills in teaching these Key Learning Areas.

Catholic identity

Prayer, liturgical life and faith experiences

The students of Corpus Christi Primary School have the opportunity to celebrate in prayer together in a variety of ways. They celebrate liturgies of the Eucharist as a school, grade and class. Celebrations of the Liturgy of the Word as a grade or school also occur during the year. School and module assemblies are an important focus for prayer and classes take turns to lead the community. Class prayer is a significant part of the daily life of the students. The school assembly commences with acknowledging the traditional owners of the land, followed by our school song and concludes with the Australian National Anthem. During the assembly awards are given to the students, highlighting achievements, citizenship, school spirit and Catholic values. Adult faith formation is addressed through a focus on prayer each term as a whole staff,  at staff meetings, farewell celebrations and staff reflection days. The annual Education Mass, celebrated with all Diocesan schools is a highlight on the calendar. In 2013 the staff also participated in 'Spirituality in the Staffroom' and a Pilgrimage in the footsteps of St Mary MacKillop, giving space and time for personal reflection. In addition to class, grade and whole school Eucharistic celebrations students are also involved in the celebration of Reconciliation with their class.

Social justice

In 2013 outreach programs involved fundraising events directly linked to Caritas (Project Compassion), Catholic Mission, CanTeen, Penrith Kitchen and the Corpus Christi Parish community. There was significant support given to the wider community through the collection of beanies, mittens, gloves, scarves and socks in an event known as 'Sockeenies' which were distributed by St Vincent De Paul. Our outreach to Penrith Kitchen was overwhelming with a collection of toiletries which were packaged as gifts and distributed on Christmas Day by Penrith Kitchen. The school community also supported pilgrims from our Parish to attend the 2013 World Youth Day in Rio. During 2013 the school also raised funds for the victims of the Blue Mountains Bush Fires by holding gold coin collections over a full week.

School, home and parish partnerships

The staff of Corpus Christi Primary School work in close partnership with the parish priest and Sacramental team of the parish in preparing the children for the Sacraments of Reconciliation, First Eucharist and Confirmation. The staff also attended parent information evenings and the celebration of each Sacrament.

Parents, extended family members and the parish community are always welcome to attend any celebration. In 2013 celebrations included Catholic Schools Week, Easter liturgies, open classrooms, morning teas, Corpus Christi feast day,  a special liturgies for Mothers, Fathers and Grandparents Day, along with a breakfast for Fathers Day, a mass Grandparents Day and our Christmas concert.

Parents are encouraged to attend the parish mass with their children as well as grade liturgies throughout the year. Many of the whole school celebrations, graduation ceremonies and Sacramental celebrations have parents playing an active role. Parents are encouraged to attend Parent Representative Group (PRG) meetings and assist students with learning in the classroom and/or on excursions. Parents are also involved in assisting with fund raising as well as in the canteen and library.

Religious Education

Religious Education

Sharing Our Story is the Religious Education program taught in our school and other Parramatta diocesan schools. The scope and sequence of the units of work are modified to align with the Sacramental program of the parish. Formal Religious Education lessons are taught daily and lessons incorporate aspects of our own Catholic tradition. Special liturgies are planned and organised by the Religious Education coordinator and a team of staff. Liturgies are celebrated in the parish with the parish priest.

Professional learning of staff in Religious Education

One of the priorities for 2013 was to provide teachers with opportunities to  staff to read and reflect more deeply upon sacred Scripture to deepen their faith and prayer lives. During the course of 2013 the teachers used journals as a means to further reflect on the gospels. In addition staff were involved in marking Part B of the Religious Literacy Assessment. The intended outcome of this learning was for teachers to understand that assessment must inform future learning and teaching.

A staff development day was held in order for staff to spend time in prayer and reflection focusing on the place of God in their lives. This included a mini pilgrimage to follow in the footsteps of St Mary MacKillop. During this day, members of staff were able to celebrate mass together.

The principal and Religious Education coordinator (REC) attended the annual priests, principals and REC meeting, while the REC attended regular network meetings to support the role of REC in the school.


Learning and teaching

National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) 2013

Students in Year 3 and Year 5 across Australia participated in National Assessment Program - Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN) in May 2013. The purpose of this test is to provide information to parents and teachers about the achievements of students in aspects of Literacy and aspects of Numeracy. The test provides a measure of the students’ performance against established standards and against other students in Australia. Each year the results are analysed by the school to inform teaching with a view to improving student performance.

The Commonwealth Government sets minimum acceptable standards for literacy, numeracy, reading, writing, grammar, punctuation and spelling at particular ages. These are referred to as national minimum standards. Band 2 is the minimum standard for Year 3 and Band 4 is the minimum standard for Year 5. Student performance in NAPLAN in our school is compared to these standards. The percentages of students achieving at or above these national minimum standards, and the percentages of students in the top three bands are reported in the table below.

 % of students at or above national minimum standard% of students in top three bands
Year 3:    
Literacy98.70 95.00 66.23 71.70
Numeracy94.80 95.80 54.55 62.00
Reading100.00 95.30 61.04 69.30
Writing97.40 95.00 70.13 75.40
Grammar and Punctuation94.80 95.30 62.34 73.40
Spelling90.90 93.90 55.84 67.40
Year 5:    
Literacy100.00 94.00 66.67 58.17
Numeracy97.40 93.40 48.72 51.70
Reading98.70 96.20 66.67 62.80
Writing98.70 91.70 58.97 51.90
Grammar and Punctuation100.00 94.80 65.38 61.50
Spelling94.90 93.10 62.82 58.30

NAPLAN results were analysed by all staff, led by the principal and assistant principal. Our students continue to do well in a number of areas including Literacy and Reading in Year 3. In Year 5 strengths can also be identified in Literacy, Numeracy and Reading along with Writing and Grammar and Punctuation. Data from 2013 also indicated that areas for further development included Numeracy. In addition, our school goals target growth in reading and writing.

Our Literacy goals for 2014 will continue to target the area of reading comprehension, developing teacher and student knowledge of the skills used to comprehend while reading. Progressive Achievement Tests in Reading (PAT-R) data is analysed and used to inform teaching programs. Along with classroom teachers, the learning support team identifies and develops support for children who are struggling with the regular school curriculum. Our open learning spaces in all grades allow us to use the learning support team as additional teachers within the learning space, meaning that a greater variety of students can be targeted, leading to growth in students with a wide range of abilities.

We will continue to support the learning of children in Early Stage 1 and Stage 1. The Diocesan Early Years assessment will be used to provide the data. In 2014, we will continue to target children for whom difficulties with language impede learning. Individual programs will be designed and implemented for each targeted child with the assistance of the classroom teachers and parents. Reading Recovery teachers will target students in Year 1 who are at risk of not acquiring literacy skills. In 2014 a Numeracy Intervention Teacher will also target students in Year 1 who are at risk of not acquiring Numeracy Skills.

School curriculum

The school curriculum at Corpus Christi Primary School is rich and diverse, offering many opportunities, experiences and support for our students.

Our Learning Support team assists in the integration of students with diverse needsTeachers are assisted: in differentiation of the curriculum; providing individual teaching when necessary; working with students in small groups and providing resources to meet specific needs. Individual Learning Plans (ILPsare implemented for students in classroom learning programs, following consultation with parents and teachers.

Students with identified gifts and/or talents are catered for in our Enrichment program. Opportunities are provided for students within the classroom setting. In addition, students are able to participate in a variety of activities including Voice of Youth, Chess, Tournament of Minds, International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS).

Students are supported with social skills through a number of initiatives: Play and Learning Skills (PALS); structured play (Kindergarten to Year 4); Ready Set Go (Kindergarten to Year 2); and social skills (Kindergarten to Year 4).

Each year, a Kindergarten Transition program to assist preschool students is offered. Support staff and Kindergarten teachers run the Transition program so that the children can become confident in starting school the following year.

Excursions are organised to support student learningIn 2013, the excursions included Canberra (Year 6), Bathurst (Year 5), Community and Road Education Safety (CARES) (Year 4), Penrith Lakes (Year 3), Taronga Zoo (Year 2), and Calmsley Hill Farm (Kindergarten). Students are also involved in incursions where performers and groups visit the school. Incursion examples included CSIRO Wet and Dry Environments (Year 1) Skyworks Planetarium (Year 4), Dance Fever (Kindergarten to Year 6), the Power of One Anti-Bullying Play (Kindergarten to Year 6) and The NED Show (kindergarten to Year 6).

 Book Week the students participated in activities to celebrate the enjoyment of reading. During Grandparents Day the school held aBook Fair and invited visitors into our Learning Spaces. The Grandparents also stayed for Morning Tea and a special Liturgy . In 2013, we continued our Peer Support program run for students by our Year 6 leaders. Peer Support aims to develop resilience. 

Corpus Christi Primary School supports all Catholic high school open days. Our Learning Support team liaises with the high schools regarding placement of students.

A number of co-curricular activities are offered to the students including:

  • diocesan touch footballnetball and soccer gala days
  • Australian Rules football, cricket and netball clinics
  • rugby and basketball days
  • district league events including the Panther Trophy and Greg Alexander Cup
  • zone and diocesan athleticsswimming and cross country carnivals
  • tabloid sports carnival
  • 'Tournament of Minds'
  • International Competitions and Assessments for Schools (ICAS) in Mathematics, English and Computers
  • Voice of Youth public speaking competition (Year 6)

Initiatives to promote respect and responsibility

Corpus Christi Primary School actively promotes respect and responsibility in all aspects of school life. Significant initiatives that support this include:
  • whole-school approach to restorative practice
  • individual behavioural and management plans for children
  • support for Caritas during Lent
  • Sharing Our Story units of work
  • incursions including 'The Power of One' - an anti-bullying presentation
  • 'Protective Behaviour' units in Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE)
  • Human Society and its Environment (HSIE) units of work in civics
  • social skills group for Kindergarten to Year 4
  • community aspect of Parent Representative Group (PRGsupport
  • community outreach to Penrith Kitchen, St Vincent De Paul and cancer research
  • support of Penrith area ANZAC ceremony
  • invitation to local state member of parliament to meet with Year 5 students
  • invitation to local federal member of parliament to meet with Year 6 students
  • community outreach projects by PRG - hampers at the St Vincent de Paul Mass and Christmas
  • essential services visits
  • participation in the Local Federal Member's Christmas card competition
  • Ready Set Go Social Skills program for Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2
  • PRG run events including a Trivia Night, Bush Dance and Student Discos
  • support of Bandanna Day for CanTeen
  • Road Awareness and Pedestrian Safety for Kids (RAPs)
  • Young Leaders Day
  • school rules and school mantra are highlighted at every assembly
  • Community and Road Education Safety (CARES) excursion for Year 4
  • participation in Cleanup Australia at Corpus Christi Primary School and National Safe Schools Week
  • Peer Support program
  • structured play at recess for targeted students 
  • Dance Fever for all students Kindergarten to Year 6
  • Night of the Notables for Year 6
  • Structured lunch time activities promoting social skills, respect and responsibility

Parent satisfaction with the school

During 2013, Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta engaged insight SRC to conduct the Quality Catholic Schooling (QCS) survey to provide feedback from parents, students and staff about our school. This survey will be conducted annually.

The QCS data collected and reported showed that parents value the importance of Catholic Education at Corpus Christi. They also highly value the opportunities provided by the school and its staff. They see the staff as dedicated professionals who are approachable and that the school is receptive of, and understands, the views of parents. They acknowledge the many opportunities for themselves and their children to participate in the prayer and liturgical life of the school.

Student satisfaction with the school

The QCS data showed that students are very motivated to learn at school. They value the facilities and staff of the school and they feel very socially connected to the school. Students identified that the staff provide purposeful learning opportunities in planned and effective ways. Students feel that the teachers model the values of our Catholic faith in their interactions.

Teacher satisfaction with the school

The QCS data showed that staff identified that there is a positive climate in the school. They also identified that they are more energised from working together than from working alone. Staff agreed with the shared goals of the school. There is considerable learning from feedback and the work demands are fairly balanced.

Workforce composition

Number of Staff
Number of teachers who hold teaching qualifications from a higher education institution within Australia or as recognised by AEI-NOOSR*.
Number of teachers who have a bachelor degree from a higher education institution within Australian or within AEI-NOOSR* guidelines but lacking formal teacher qualifications.
Number of teachers who do not have qualifications as above but have relevant successful teaching experience or appropriate knowledge relevant to their teaching context.
Number of teachers accredited to teach Religious Education
Number of teachers currently undertaking accreditation to teach Religious Education
Number of non-teaching staff (includes teachers aides)
Percentage of teacher who are Indigenous  0

*Australian Education International - National Office of Overseas Skills Recognition

Professional learning

Professional learning undertaken by staff in 2013 included:

  • effective pedagogy and teaching practice
  • individual plans for special learning needs students
  • introduction to the new English Syllabus
  • effective talking and listening activities
  • text type analysis
  • guided reading and comprehension
  • running records and miscue analysis
  • quality teaching
  • movie making and editing
  • Project Based Learning
  • child protection training
  • First Aid, CPR and Anaphylaxis training
  • 'Live Life Well @ School' training
  • countering Discrimination, Bullying and Harassment training
  • Mathematics including effective teaching practices
  • introduction to Google Apps including 'ClassM8'
  • NAPLAN analysis
  • effective use of an Interactive Whiteboard in literacy activities

Teacher attendance and retention rates

Teacher attendance

The average teacher attendance for 2013 was 95.4%.

Teacher retention

Of the 2013 teaching staff, 94% were retained from 2012. 

Student attendance rates

Percentage of student attendance by Year level and school average:

Kindergarten Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6 School Average
 95 96  94  94  92  94  91  94

Managing non-attendance

Regular attendance at school is essential if students are to maximise their potential. Schools, in partnership with parents and guardians, are responsible for promoting the regular attendance of students. The compulsory schooling age is 6 to 17. Parents and guardians are legally responsible for the regular attendance of their children, explaining the absences of their children in writing within seven days to the school, and taking measures to resolve attendance issues involving their children. School staff, as part of their duty of care, monitor part or whole day absences. They maintain accurate records of student attendance, follow up unexplained absences through written and verbal communication, implement programs and practices to address attendance issues when they arise, and provide clear information to students and parents regarding attendance requirements and the consequences of unsatisfactory attendance. The principal or their delegate may grant permission for late arrival at school or early departure from school, leave, or exemption from attendance only in individual cases, on written request from parents and guardians. The principal/delegate will undertake all reasonable measures to contact parents promptly if an unexplained absence occurs. If truancy is suspected, the principal will contact the parents/guardians to ascertain the reason for the absence. If a satisfactory response is not received, the matter will be referred to Catholic Education Office staff for follow up.

Pastoral care of students

Student welfare, discipline and anti-bullying policies and pastoral care

Various policies and programs are in place to support student welfare and management:
  • Duty of Care policy
  • Student Management in the Classroom
  • Pastoral Care policy
  • Student Management policy
  • Restorative Practice
  • Anti-Bullying policy
  • counselling

Policies related to student management and welfare are available in the school handbook, through the school office and on the school website.

The full text of student management, welfare and discipline policies can be obtained through the school office or from the school's website.

There have been no major changes to the Student Management policy. Some re-wording of the policy was completed in 2012 to ensure the policy was updated. There are also individual student behavioural and management plans prepared collaboratively between the class teacher, school counsellor, parents and leadership teamas the need arisesThese individual plans are constantly reviewed throughout each term.

Complaints and grievances policy

The school has formal written protocols in place to address complaints and grievances. These protocols are in line with the Catholic Education, Diocese of Parramatta Complaint Handling policy. A copy of the school policy is available from the school office or is available on the CEDP website There were no changes to the policy during this year. OR The following procedures were changed from the previous year (list any changes that you made to your school policy).

Financial statement

School recurrent and capital income

School recurrent and capital income

In 2013 Corpus Christi Primary School received $99,906.00 as interest subsidy.

Our school community is appreciative of the support it received from the NSW State Government under the Interest Subsidy Scheme and looks forward to the implementation of the Building Grants Assistance Scheme as these are of vital importance to the ongoing wellbeing of this school.

Fees relate to diocesan and school based fees, excursions and other private income from fundraisers.

State relates to State Recurrent Grants including per capita funding, interest subsidy and special purpose grants.

Commonwealth relates to Commonwealth Recurrent Grants including per capita funding and special purpose grants.

Capital relates to Government Capital Grants including monies received under the Building Education Revolution.

Other refers to Other Capital Income including drawdowns from the Diocesan School Building Fund to fund Capital Expenditure.

School recurrent and capital expenditure

School recurrent and capital expenditure

Salary refers to the total of all Salaries, allowances and related expenses such as superannuation, workers compensation and leave.

Non-Salary refers to all other Non-Salary Recurrent Expenses.

Capital refers to Non-Recurrent Capital Expenditure including School Buildings, Furniture and Equipment.


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