We ensure every child is nurtured to develop academically, spiritually, physically, socially and emotionally in a supportive learning environment that allows our students to excel while also being challenged to reach their full potential.
St Paul’s expresses and gives witness to its Catholic identity, ensuring that prayer and liturgy are central to all aspects of school life. Throughout the term, students attend grade Masses with their class, as well as whole school Masses on significant feast days and special school events.
Our school has a strong connection to our parish of St Paul’s Camden, under the guidance of parish priest, Father Michael. The clergy at St Paul's celebrate Masses and liturgies both at school and the St Paul’s church.
The school has further established partnerships in the broader church community, providing opportunities for our student-led Mini Vinnies group to be involved in a variety of social justice and community outreach initiatives.
As outlined in our school's vision statement, St Paul’s encourages all our students to reach their full potential as learners. We are committed to the development of the whole person as a lifelong learner. Due to this, we provide our students with a curriculum that is truly authentic in its nature – authentic learning connects the learner to the real world and develops their critical thinking and capacity to be creative.
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Student wellbeing is supported through the work of our Wellbeing Coordinator who is proactive in assisting students with their emotional needs. A comprehensive school counselling program is also available to students.
Our Parents and Friends (P&F) Association, through the Social Events Coordinator, also provides regular opportunities for the school to come together to celebrate significant events. Our St Paul’s school fete reflects an inclusive ‘can do’ environment that is a true celebration of school life at St Paul’s.
At St Paul’s, we strive to be at the forefront of learning, providing a safe and supportive learning environment for all students within our care. We value the constant improvement of our facilities and technology to ensure our students have access to the best possible education. This includes contemporary learning spaces that provide opportunities for flexibility in catering for a broad range of learning experiences.
We also aim to develop responsible and ethical digital citizens who are proficient in their use of technology. Students use technology to enhance learning in every classroom within the school and support their learning experiences. This includes smart TVs and iPads available for students, and our 1:1 iPad program from Years 5 and 6 students.
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