Francis Jordan

Catholic School

25 Peterborough Drive,
Currambine, WA 6028


Francis Jordan

Catholic School



Our Parish

Francis Jordan Catholic School is part of the St Simon Peter Parish.  We maintain a close relationship with the parish even though the school is located a few kilometers north of the church.  A sacred space is set up in the school Hall for all liturgies and celebrations. The children also participate in class liturgies and masses in the chapel of the Salvatorian House.

Parish Mission Statement

We, at St Simon Peter Parish, are a Catholic Family called through Baptism to know, love and serve God and neighbour.  We strive to witness the Kingdom of God through proclaiming the Good News of Jesus, celebrating the Sacraments, and serving the wider community, especially the disconnected from our Parish.


Sacramental Programme for primary school aged Children

“The preparation for and the celebration of sacraments for school-aged children is ideally

family focused, parish based and school supported”

Working Party Report to Bishops of Australia

Family Focused

The Church teaches that the responsibility for initiating children into the Church through preparation for sacraments belongs firstly with parents. The family is the basic unit of the faith community. Children are presented for initiation into the church at baptism by their parents whose role in fostering a child’s life of faith is so crucial that nothing else can replace it. It is within the family that faith is received and nurtured and so the family is the primary focus for sacramental preparation. Times of   sacramental preparation are moments of grace for nurturing the faith of the whole family and of the parish community.

What is expected of the parents to assist their child in the preparation for the Sacraments?

  • Attend Sacrament information nights or workshops.
  • Attend the weekend Masses of the Enrolment, Commitment, Rite of Election and Thanksgiving ceremonies.
  • Return all relevant paper work by due dates

Parish Based

It is within the parish that children are welcomed, their initiation into the faith celebrated and their journey into Christian maturity nourished and sustained. The parish provides the experience of belonging to a community of faith that is constant throughout the different phases of life, a place where all the initiated should feel at home. It is the parish, as the place of the Christian community which co-ordinates the activities involved in preparing the child for the Sacraments, working with the family, the school, parish ministers and clergy, the parish ensures that all requirements necessary   to bring the children to the Sacraments are attended to in good time. In this way the parish will both nourish and be nourished by the faith of the children and their families.

What is expected of the Parish?

  • To invite families to enrol their children for the Sacraments.
  • To offer support through communal and personal prayer, hospitality and giving witness to Christian living.
  • To support parents in their role of sharing faith within the family through experiences of family catechesis.

School Supported

Catholic Schools, by the nature of their mission and mandate, have a direct responsibility to support family and parish in the preparation of children to receive the sacraments. In the same way, the Parish Religious Education Programme (PREP) is designed to support you in providing this same preparation when your child is attending a non-catholic school.  Always there is the underlying respect for the primary role of parents in the faith education of their children, while at the same time offering

support to them in that role.  Both the school and the PREP do this by providing knowledge and understanding through the Religious Education Programme and by providing an environment which witness and teaches the Gospel values.

What is expected of the School and PREP?

  • Provide learning and teaching about the sacrament.
  • Provide opportunities for prayer and personal reflection.
  • Provide an environment that fosters Gospel values.
  • Inform families about the processes available in the parish.
  • Support the Parish preparation for the sacraments.


Mass Times

  • Saturday – 8.30am and 6.00pm (Sunday Vigil Mass)
  • Sunday – 8.00am, 10.00am and 5.00pm
  • Weekday Morning Masses (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday) – 8.30am
  • Weekday Morning Mass (Thursday) – 9.00am (School Term only)
  • Evening Masses (Tuesday, Friday and the first Thursday of each month) – 7.00pm
  • Reconciliation – Tuesday and Friday 6.30pm to 6.50pm (or by request)
    – Saturday after 8.30am Mass and Saturday 5.00pm to 5.45pm


Blessed Sacrament Adoration

  • Monday          9:00 am till midnight
  • Tuesday          0:00 am till Benediction at 6:50 pm
  • Wednesday     9:00 am till Benediction at 9:00 pm
  • Thursday         10:00 am till Benediction at 7:00 pm
  • Friday               9:00 am till Benediction at 6:50 pm

Spiritual Care

  • Reconciliation:     Sat after 8:30am Mass
  • Sat 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm
  • Tue & Fri – 6:30 pm to 6:50 pm (or by request)
  • Communion to the Sick:   1st Friday (or by request)
  • Infant Baptism:   Sun 11:30 am

St Simon Peter Contact

Parish Office

  • Secretary – Maryse Galea
  • Opening Hours: Monday – Closed; Tuesday-Thursday – 9.00am to 11.00am; Friday – 9.00am to 5.00pm
  • Phone: 08 9300 4885
  • Fax: 08 9300 5984
  • Email:
  • Website:
  • Sacramental Co-Ordinator – Fran Beale
  • Email:


Parish Priest:

Fr Francis Kot SDS

Assistant Priest:

Fr Mariusz Adamczyk SDS

Parish Secretary:

Maryse Galea

Sacramental Coordinator:

Fran Beale

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