About St Aidan?s
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School is a Preparatory to Year 12 Anglican day school for girls, which is located in leafy suburban Brisbane.
The school?s population of around 900 students reflects our belief that students experience many benefits in a smaller school environment.
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School was established in 1929 by an Anglican religious order, the Sisters of the Society of the Sacred Advent 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.
Excellence in Education for Girls
As a girls? school St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School offers an environment where girls can study, achieve and reach their full potential.
We strive to provide a school where each girl is known and cared for, where she is encouraged to strive for academic success, for leadership; for participation in extra curricula activities; for personal growth and the development of self confidence.
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School consistently records a high level of academic achievement in Year 12.
From the earliest years our students are provided with the tuition and resources to enable them to reach their potential.
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School responds to catering for the individual needs of our students by ensuring that a variety of learning strategies are employed. This approach, designed to encourage academic achievement and success, is an important characteristic of the learning environment at St Aidan?s.
There are computers in all junior classrooms. Specialist teachers work with students from Prep – Year 6. Year 7s enjoy a transition program and their own ?precinct? adjacent to senior school facilities. They also enjoy specialist teaching lessons in much of their academic program allowing them a smooth transition to Year Eight studies.
St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School offers a wide variety of subjects in the Middle and Senior years so students have the opportunity to pursue their interests.
The facilities at St Aidan’s Anglican Girls School include: five computer rooms, one of which is a Robotics laboratory and another for Languages other than English; laptops and computers are located in many classrooms (a total of 345 computers for student use); An air-conditioned library; Chapel; Music practice rooms and Performing Arts Complex (PAC); Fitness Centre; 25 metre pool; 16 acres of sporting fields; Arts Precinct and our 2003 built Science and Technology Centre which features a 200 seat auditorium.