Newsletter - APR 1, 2016

Follow Us On Social Media

Are you following us on social media? Important communication will continue to be emailed, posted and placed in the newsletter but social media is another way to keep up to date with the happenings here at St Paul's. Read More


Canteen Menu

Click here to view the Canteen Menu. Read More


Please Bookmark Links for Future Reference

College Website:                  www.stpaulsmanly.nsw.edu.au  Read More


Thursday Sport Arrangements Years 7 to 10, Term 1

Please click on the link below to view Term 1 Sport Arrangements for Years 7 to 10. Read More


A Reminder To All Parents and Guardians

Please do not drive inside the College gates to drop off or pick up your son(s). This is a WHS concern.  Read More


Host a Japanese Student in July

Are you ready to perform a random act of kindness? St Paul’s annually hosts students from our “brother school” Waseda, in Tokyo. We are currently looking for homestay families to host a student from 24 July to 4 August 2016. Boys from Waseda are aged between 13-15 years old and come to school every day with your son. Read More


Parent Reflection Morning

Mr Mark Baker invites you to our parent reflection morning on Tuesday 17th May 2016 on the Gift of Mercy. An opportunity to truly stop and reflect on our understanding of mercy. We will explore how this is experienced in our families and some tools which may support us along the way. Read More


UMAT Application for Medical Science places at University (Year 12 Only)

UMAT is developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) on behalf of the UMAT Consortium universities. The test is used specifically to assist with the selection of students into the medicine, dentistry and health science degree programs.  Read More


Australian Defence Force Gap Year Applications Open for Year 12 Students

Details of all the Gap Year roles are available at www.defencejobs.gov.au/gapyear Employment commences early 2017.  Read More


Trial-a-trade: Cookery, Patisserie, Barista and Hospitality Workshop

William Angliss Institute are running free workshops during school holidays (12th April. 5th July and 4th October). Please refer to here for booking and more information on this exciting opportunity. Read More


National Collection of Disability Data - Information For Parents

The Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability (the national data collection) is a joint initiative of all Australian governments and all state and territory government and non-government education authorities.  Read More


Bid & Bowls WYD - Sunday 1st May 2016

WYD16 Bid & Bowl this Sunday 1 May, Harbord Bowling Club from 1:00pm  Read More


National Youth Science Forum

The National Youth Science Forum is a unique program that offers students entering their final year of secondary school the opportunity to learn about study options in the diverse fields of science, engineering and technology.  Read More


RUA: Respect, Understanding & Acceptance

On Monday of this week, students in Year 9 engaged in an open learning experience with students from various faith backgrounds at the Jewish Museum in Darlinghurst. Now in its tenth year, RUA seeks to challenge racial stereotypes by allowing students to present to peers their culture and faith backgrounds from a Catholic, Islamic, Jewish and Orthodox perspectives.  Read More


Earth Hour Switched on Schools Summit

This week Joshua Wright, Rory Keary, Noah Holicky, Callum Quail, Tom Dunne, Dylan Kercsik, Cian Ryan and Jayden Ibarburu participated in the Switched on Schools Summit hosted by the Australian Youth Climate Coalition and Earth Hour Australia.  Read More


Mufti Day - Green for WYD16

In the spirit of St Patrick’s Day, students wore green and raised $705.00 last week in support of students attending WYD16. Read More


LENT: Project Compassion

The College has met its target and raised $2000 for Project Compassion during the Lenten period. Ms Julie Hearn’s Year 10 PC 3 donated $255. 
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Praisefest

Last Friday Catholic Youth of Broken Bay hosted its inaugural Praisefest at OLGC Forestville. Students enjoyed the hospitality offered by OLGC Parishioners and the new format of a vibrant youth Mass, celebrated by Bishop Peter A Comensoli followed by worship music by the Diocesan Youth Band.  Read More


Fiji Disaster Appeal

Thank you to our St Paul’s community who raised $1000 last week from a BBQ and gold coin donation to assist the Marist Sisters in Fiji who run two schools. Read More


Music News

Congratulations to Luke Kathner, Billy Randell, Dan Parker and Sione Pakiealata for their inaugural performance at an Academic assembly in our new hall. Luke performed one of his HSC performance pieces, “Master Blaster” by Stevie Wonder for an enthusiastic school audience. Read More


Harmony Day "We are one but we are many"

The St Paul’s community celebrated Harmony Day on Monday 21st March. This is a nationwide day that encourages all Australians to celebrate the diversity that makes Australia the country that it is. Read More


Literacy and Numeracy Matters

My School Website  Read More


Assistant Principal

As this is the last newsletter for the Term there are a few things that we all need to remember.  Read More


From The Principal

Dear Parents, This Easter: Our God has revealed himself with great power and purpose and his reached out to us in a most personal way.  Read More


Now That BABS Is Completed

As you know Building A Better School (BABS) focused on the fabric of the school. In the last three and half years every area of the school has been repainted, refurbished, rebuilt in some way. The most important part was the building of The Waterford Hall and the new specialist classrooms. This work has been carried out so as to provide a contemporary school in which students can do their best.  Read More


HSC Examination Presiding Officer

EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST  Read More


Youth Street Art Prize

Brookvale Art School (If u like ART) is presenting the annual Youth Street Art Prize from 1st to 16th April this year, open to 10 to 25 year olds.  Read More