St Joseph’s Primary School Orbost is seeking to appoint:


Commencement date for this position is 24th April 2023.

The position is an ongoing, part-time position at 0.4 FTE (3 hours a day, Monday- Friday).

Further information, Position Description and application documentation can be clicking on the following links Application for Employment Cleaner

Job Description Cleaner

Enquiries may be directed to the Principal, Ms. Kirsten Daly via email

Applications close Thursday 30th March  2023, 4pm

 St Joseph’s Primary School promotes the safety, wellbeing and inclusion of all children.


It is time to celebrate our 100th Birthday. Come join us for fun, laughter and remembering time at St Joseph’s Primary School.

Saturday 25th March we have:

  • a live local band- The Dove Trio Band playing from 12-4pm
  • Big Bears Donuts
  • East Gippsland Coffee Roasters
  • Flat Bickie Food Van
  • Little Balls
  • Gelati Bike

Activities for the kids

Face Painting/ Hair Braiding/ Show Bags

Because parenting doesn’t come with instructions, SchoolTV is a wellbeing resource implemented at our school to help support you in the challenges of modern-day parenting. Parenting is a learning journey and it’s easy to feel stressed and overwhelmed when faced with raising happy, well and resilient young people today.

Every family has experienced some sort of difficulty or adversity in recent times, some more than others. As mental health concerns continue to rise, there have been some alarming statistics reported in relation to the mental health and wellbeing of young people. Unfortunately, the blueprint for parenting is often based on our own experiences, but this is no longer fit for purpose in raising children as citizens of tomorrow. Parents and caregivers play a vital role in providing the guidance needed to support children and adolescents as they reframe their worries and focus more on the things they can control in their life.

In this Special Report, we are seeking parent participation through a short survey. The survey is designed to provide a barometer to help gauge the state of student wellbeing within our community. We encourage you to take a few moments to complete the survey as this will help our school know the nature and extent of your concerns and determine how best we can support families in the months ahead. Responses remain anonymous and will only be reported on an aggregated basis. You are asked to base your responses on observations made in the last 12 months.

By working together we can continue to build relationships, foster connections, enable understanding and break down barriers as we navigate a pathway towards better mental health and wellbeing for all students. Please reflect on the information offered in this Special Report, and as always, we welcome your feedback. If this raises any concerns for you or your child, please reach out to the school or seek professional medical advice.

Here is the link to your special report