St Patrick’s College acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which the school is built, the Wadawurrung people. We
respect the ongoing connection to land and waterways and pay respect to Elders past and present. We recognise and embrace the role the college plays in supporting emerging leaders from all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations.
Our vision is to be a culturally safe, culturally rich, and culturally proud school, engaging in authentic change to cultivate learning
opportunities for, with and about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and families.
Performing Arts Report
by Ms Monique Allen, Head of Co-Curricular Performance ACC Debating and Drama On Wednesday, 17 August we took 18 students to Mazenod College for a day of drama and debating. Our Year 10 debaters faced off against three schools across three debates. They made us extremely proud against some tough competition, and although they didn’t…
by Principal, Mr Steven O’Connor 2023 Student Leadership Interviews In recent weeks, the Deputy Principal, Mr Brodrick spoke with all Year 11 students about the process towards consideration and appointment to the key leadership positions for the remainder of 2022 and into 2023. These positions include College Captain, the Vice Captains of the College, House…
by Assistant Principal – Mission and Identity, Mr Geoff Brodie Last week the College held our annual Faith in Action assembly. Led entirely by students from preparation to presentation– only students were on the stage during the assembly – perhaps it is only just this article begins with the words of Year 10 student, Noah…