Welcome to St Brigid’s Primary School

In 2020, we are focused on achieving our learning goals in the areas of flexible learning spaces, assessing effectively to improve teaching and learning outcomes and building stronger community partnerships. We encourage you to book an appointment with our Principal, Tony Hunter, Assistant Principal, Jan Condon or a member of our passionate and committed staff to discuss the learning opportunities and faith formation of students in our Kyogle community.

Learning from Home – Families

Aboriginal Acknowledgement

As we come to gather we acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community. We commit ourselves to actively working alongside Aboriginal people for reconciliation and justice

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St Brigid’s Christmas Pageant

As the year draws near to an end, we are busy celebrating many events and counting down the days until Christmas. It is our tradition to retell the Christmas Story, remembering the birth of Jesus and the significance of Christ in our lives.

Our Christmas Pageant was presented outdoors by the Year 6 students who took the lead roles. They were supported by the other students from Kinder to Year 5, who sang, danced and moved to the Christmas songs. Our star performer was Harvey Johnston, who stole the show as baby Jesus.


Congratulations Ruhara

We extend a huge vote of congratulations to Ruhara Mapabandara from St Brigid’s Primary School, Kyogle, who was presented with the ICAS Medal for Year 5 Spelling from all other entrants in this international competition. This is an outstanding achievement and reflects the effort and commitment that Ruhara dedicates to her studies. This is her second ICAS Medal having received the Mathematics Medal in 2017.


Congratulations St Brigid’s Primary School, Kyogle for being awarded two National Awards for Best Cultural History Award and the Reconciliation Story Award supported by Reconciliation Australia, for their entry in the ‘Wakakirri’ performing arts competition. They also received five performance and production awards for excellent theme/concept, excellent overall costume design, excellent performance teamwork, excellent group dance and excellent ensemble to add to the school’s success.

St Brigid’s Primary entered their first ever ‘Wakakirri’ competition this year. This is Australia’s largest performing arts event for schools and is open to primary and secondary schools Australia wide. Through the involvement in ‘Wakakirri’, the students were given the opportunity to build confidence, resilience and an appreciation of culture. The entry from St Brigid’s comprised students from Kindergarten to Year 6 who committed to give up much of their own time to be a part of this cultural activity. (more…)