Newsletter - JUNE 9, 2017

BBSSSA Sport link

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Broken Bay News

Broken Bay News monthly publications available via this link: Read More


Uniform Order Form 2018 - Pickles Schoolwear

Pickles Schoolwear 2018 uniform online ordering for St Paul's Catholic College, Manly.  Read More


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 in Term 3 for Years 7 to 10

Please click here for Thursday Sport Arrangements in Term 3 for Years 7 to 10. Read More


Principal

Please read the latest Principal’s blog found at:
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Charity Fun Run For Bear Cottage

We have a St Paul’s team that will be participating in the Pub to Pub Charity Fun Run on Sunday 27th August to raise money for Bear Cottage, Manly.  Read More


P&F Meeting Dates in 2017

We hope that all parents and the boys had a good rest over the past couple of weeks during the school holidays. Read More


Vinnies Winter Appeal

Our College social justice Prefects have launched our annual Vinnies Winter Appeal.  Read More


Water Polo and Jamie Lyon Cup Draws 2017

For the updated draws, please click on the names below:  Read More


Music @ St Paul's Concert Series

This event on the evening of Thursday 22 June is for the St Paul’s community and is free of charge. We have ten performances on the night. The boys are both excited and nervous at the same time. Read More


P&F News

On Monday morning, our Year 9 and Year 12 boys were fortunate to have Kathy Kelly come and tell her personal story of the loss of her two sons, Thomas and Stuart.  Read More


Japanese News

Congratulations to our students of Japanese at St Paul's! Our school competed in the Education Perfect World Championships with the following impressive results:

  • 9th in NSW out of 194 schools competing against much bigger schools (ie we had 180 entries and PLC had 1,000). We were the only boys’ school in the top 10!
  • 6th in Australia for schools our size in Japanese out of 214 schools
  • 3rd in NSW for schools our size in Japanese out of 67 schools.

Year 8 and Year 9 contributed the bulk of these points and we have many students who won certificates in the contest at Gold, Silver, Bronze and credit level.

“We have many students who won certificates in the contest at Gold, Silver, Bronze and credit level. The boys’ are dedicated to learning Japanese and really enjoyed the competition” said Mrs Campbell.

The hard work the boys have done in the competition will soon be put to the test when St Paul’s hosts its sister school. The visit from 20 students from Waseda Junior High, Tokyo is a highlight of the languages program. “I am looking forward to seeing the boys put their new learning into action” said Mr Chaney, Japanese Language Teacher.

Mrs Liberty Campbell

Languages Coordinator

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Rugby Results

Under 18 Gala Day  Read More


Assistant Principal

Last Monday morning Year 9 and 12 students listened to a presentation by Mrs Kathy Kelly. Kathy’s story is one that has touched many by the media attention that it has acquired. However, there is more to what the media portrays and the effect that her sons deaths have had on others. Throughout her presentation she made reference to her son Thomas’ death and the establishment of the Take Kare Foundation whose purpose is to ensure that young people are safe when they are out and about at night. Kathy also talks about her son Stuart and his ability to hide his feelings about his brother’s death, until it was too late; sadly it was Stuart’s death that started the Stay Kind Campaign. She spoke strongly about the need to reduce violence related incidents caused by alcohol by rethinking the way people drink and she advocates strongly for the improvement of mental health in young people. The students listened intently to the presentation. The debriefing session that the groups had following the talk was of valuable conversations. It was most pleasing to see many of our parents who also joined us for the presentation.
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