At St Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School, we aim to create a safe and nurturing environment which is built on Christian values, positive relationships and developing the whole student.
Since our humble beginnings in 2002, St Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School has established a reputation for offering a stimulating and dynamic educational environment, in addition to inspiring and guiding young children to reach their full potential and discover their God-given talents.
We strive to ensure that each student’s holistic development is catered for and supported. We believe that our purpose is to empower our students to build skills and personal qualities that will serve them throughout their lives.
Most importantly, we are committed to exercising and extending each student’s capacity for critical thinking, autonomous learning, problem-solving, collaboration and building on their Christian faith.
At St Hurmizd, we endeavour to create a partnership with our families, and view parents as integral members of our community. Together, we can work collectively to lead your child towards a future filled with remarkable opportunities.
I warmly invite you to tour our School any day, where you will find St Hurmizd is a place of endless possibilities. I look forward to welcoming you to the St Hurmizd family and beginning your child’s educational journey together.
Mr Benjamin Khoshabeh B.Ed (Primary), B.Ed (Secondary)
About the Principal
MR BENJAMIN KHOSHABEH
Benjamin Khoshabeh is the 3rd Principal of St Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School having taken up his position in July 2018.
Mr Khoshabeh is a respected educator with extensive experience in leadership.
Mr Khoshabeh brings to St Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School a strong background not only in primary education, but also in secondary education. This diversity of experience provides him with a K-12 approach to education; a range of strategic and leadership skills that enable him to lead St Hurmizd Assyrian Primary School as it seeks to equip our young students for life in a rapidly changing and complex world.
Mr Khoshabeh has been with the Assyrian Schools for over 15 years and was a founding member of St Narsai Assyrian Christian College.
Married to Katerina and with two children, Mr Khoshabeh’s passion is to see each child grow closer to God and build on their interests and talents.