Our Story

Our school's unofficial history began in 2009 when the Diocese of Parramatta decided that there was a need for a second primary school in the Westmead area.

In 2010 an extra Kindergarten class was established on the Sacred Heart Primary School, Westmead site. These students, while enrolled in their host school, were actually the first class of Mother Teresa Primary School. As construction of the new school took longer than expected, in 2011 two Kindergarten classes and a Year 1 class remained at the Sacred Heart Primary School site.

Mother Teresa Primary School is very grateful for the generosity shown by the Sacred Heart Primary School community in supporting the establishment of our school At the beginning of 2012, the Darcy Road site was completed and Mother Teresa Primary School was officially opened, sharing the site with two established secondary schools, Catherine McAuley and Parramatta Marist High, Westmead. When we opened our doors, the school had two Kindergarten classes, two Year 1 classes, one Year 2 class and a Year 3/4 composite class.

The final stage of the school building project was completed in 2014, allowing for enrolments from Kindergarten to Year 6. Today, Mother Teresa Primary Westmead is a thriving school community committed to providing a high quality education for its students, while always remembering those in need, both within and outside our community.

We live, work and learn inspired by the compassion and care of Mother Teresa.