Welcome to St Peter Chanel Catholic Primary School Smithton

Welcome to St Peter Chanel Catholic Primary School Smithton


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Our History

School Hours

Doors to the school open officially at 8:30am, and students are encouraged to arrive between 8:30am – 8:40am.

Parents are requested to ensure their children acquire appropriate punctuality habits from their earliest years, and this applies to the commencement of classes each morning. Students arriving late for school after 8:45am should be signed in at the office.

Unless attending school related activities, such as sports training, children are not permitted in the school grounds after 3:10pm.


Breakfast Club

Although the school day officially commences at 8:30am, students can access the Josephite Centre for breakfast club from 8am. This service is provided for those children that are unable to have breakfast before they come to school or have traveled from afar.



A bus service is provided for all outlying areas.   Parents wishing to arrange for their child to catch the bus must contact Wells Waggons on 6452 2900. Students catching buses are supervised in lines and taken to their respective buses by teaching staff. 



Our school canteen operates twice weekly on a Wednesday and Friday. Orders are to be made through the Qkr! App. Please see below the current canteen list. 



Vacant positions at St Peter Chanel Catholic School can be accessed via the Catholic Education Tasmania website.



St Peter Chanel Catholic School operates as part of the 38 schools and colleges that make up Catholic education in Tasmania and is administered by the Tasmanian Catholic Education Office.

At St Peter Chanel we are lucky to have a dedicated group of current and former parents and teachers as part of our School Board along with our Parish Priest.  The function of the School Board is to act as an advisory board to the Principal.

The aim of the Board is to:

  • Promote the concept of lay ministry
  • Develop ownership and stability for the future
  • Offer financial advice
  • Develop and refine policy
  • Serve as a good public relations source
  • Enable the Principal to spend adequate time as an educational leader
  • Provide parents with a voice in their children’s care and education
  • Encourage strategic planning

Members of the board are as follows:

Principal - Mrs Kerrie Flynn 

Board Chair - Mr Kent Bishop 

Parish Priest - Fr Crisanto

Additional members - Mrs Erin Franks, Mr Chase Armstrong & Mrs Greta Kay. As a group they meet throughout the year,  to discuss upcoming and current projects and oversee the ongoing changes at our school. 

If you are interested in joining our school board please contact the Principal for more information.