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St Aidan’s is a Prep to Year 12 Anglican day school for girls, with a co-educational Kindergarten. Located in Corinda, with a population of approximately 900 students, reflecting our belief that students experience many benefits in a smaller school.
St Aidan’s was established in 1929 by the Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent – an order of Anglican sisters committed to serving God through nurturing and serving young women.
On day one, Sister Elisabeth was Sister-in-Charge at St Margaret’s, and Mrs Christine Hartland was Headmistress at St Aidan’s. They both upheld the view that education for girls needed to equip them for life. To this day, the school’s mission remains the same: to encourage confidence and success in students through pursuit of their academic, sporting, cultural and community pursuits within a caring environment.
VISION, MISSION AND VALUES
St Aidan’s nurtures each student’s personal aspirations within a vibrant learner-centred community.
St Aidan’s strives to provide excellence in education, in a caring, friendly environment, where each individual, nurtured and shaped by the values of the Christian Faith, has the opportunity to achieve her full potential and to develop a passion for life and for learning.
Our focus is to develop and promote authentic, caring, confident, creative and connected women who value reason, imagination, truth, compassion and responsibility.
Kindergarten to Year 12 Anglican day school for girls (with a co-educational Kindergarten)
Located in suburban Brisbane in Corinda
School population of around 800 students, reflecting our belief that students experience many benefits in a smaller school environment
Established in 1929 by the Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent (an Anglican religious order) and continues to hold their values and traditions. Our environment is one, which cares for all and seeks to provide a nurturing and supportive school experience where each girl is able to safely grow and evolve her gifts and belief in herself.