​​The St Elizabeth's School community has outstanding facilities available to our students:

  • ​Information, Communication and Learning Technology resources across the school. Each class has access to banks of laptops or iPads to enhance learning. These are used within a safe environment and one which promotes appropriate digital citizenship. Each classroom is equipped with an interactive data projector. The Library contains a bank of other digital devices for use by students to enhance effective contemporary learning.
  • Play spaces. Play is an important part of a child’s development and our students enjoy our attractive gardens and play spaces. We make the most of the space by spreading out lunch breaks and have a timetable to allocate some play space to different age groups with the aim of making the spaces equally available to all children.
  • St Elizabeth’s Chapel. The Chapel opened its doors and became part of the school on Ash Wednesday in 2006 after being converted from St Elizabeth’s Church. We took great care to preserve the significant features of the Church - including the Stations of the Cross, some photographs, and a statue of the Holy Family. The Chapel is also used for weekday masses for the parish community and for year level groups on Monday mornings.
  • Tuckshop. The Tuckshop at St Elizabeth's is an extension of the school and is a service staffed by volunteers and overseen by a Convenor.​ The aim is to provide a variety of foods to appeal to children and also to adhere to Australian Nutrition Foundation Guidelines. Parent help in the Tuckshop is always welcomed - either through baking cakes and slices that can be sold, through to assisting on a weekly roster for helpers. Click here to find out more about Tuckshop.