Newsletter - MAR 18, 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

Please Bookmark Links for Future Reference

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Canteen Menu

Click here to view the Canteen Menu. 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

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

Australian Defence Force Gap Year Applications Open for Year 12 Students

Details of all the Gap Year roles are available at 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

HSC Examination Presiding Officer


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

Parish Priest’s Message

It gives me great pleasure in congratulating the students, Mr Mark Baker and the teaching and administrative staff at St Paul’s College for an outstanding year in 2015. In teaching, academic performance, faith and pastoral care, sport and culture the school community has achieved and exceeded its goals.
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Sushi Day

This year, the Premier has endorsed a panel to work with the Board of Studies to improve languages education in NSW. One area of development is the provision of languages in primary schools. The Broken Bay diocese is leading the way with over 19 primary schools offering programs in languages such as Italian, Japanese, Indonesian and French.  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 on Wednesday in support of students attending WYD16.  Read More

LENT: Project Compassion

We are fast approaching the final week in the lead up to Easter and are asking all PC groups to be extra generous this week as an act of almsgiving.  Read More


Last Friday Catholic Youth of Broken Bay hosted its inaugural Praisefest at OLGC Forestville. Students enjoyed the hospitality offered by OLGC Parishoners and the new format of a vibrant youth Mass, celebrated by Bishop Peter 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 in PC to assist the Marist Sisters in Fiji who run two schools. Read More

Is Your Teenager Sleep-Deprived?

Sleep research has shown that the brain practices what it has learned during the day when a young person is asleep. So sufficient sleep consolidates past learning as well as keeps a young person fresh to maximise their future learning. Read More

From The Principal

Dear Parents, This Lent:  Read More

Assistant Principal

This week’s annual swimming carnival gave everyone the opportunity to promote the College spirit.  Read More

Important Date For Your Diary

Our first P&F meeting for 2016 will be held on Monday 21st March, 7:30pm. Everyone is welcome! We look forward to seeing you there. Read More

Japanese News

This term we have been very lucky to have 3 Japanese assistants, assisting us in the classroom. Here is a brief introduction from each assistant. We are very appreciative of all their help and guidance. Read More

Mathematics to Become a Prerequisite for University of Sydney Admission by 2019

More information on courses impacted are on the Sydney University website Click here to view.  Read More

First Year Apprentice as a Furniture Polisher Situated in Cromer

A position is available for immediate start and all training will be on site and overseen by FIAA (Furnishing Industry Association of Australia). This career would be ideally suited to a person who has experience in Design and Technology particularly with an interest and experience working with timber.  Read More

Cambodia Tour 2016

Expressions of interest are being called for from current Year 12 boys who may be interested in completing charity work toward the end of this year.  Read More

Years 7, 8 & 9 Dance – Tonight 7pm – 10pm

Tonight is our first dance for 2016 and will be held in the Waterford Hall - St Paul’s Catholic College, 7:00pm - 10:00pm.
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