Meet our Deputy Principal - Students, Ms Caroline Clancy, "Wellbeing is fundamental to successful learning. Young people who are supported to feel safe and develop meaningful relationships are better placed to achieve positive learning outcomes".

At St Paul's we promote a positive culture of wellbeing which includes:

  • a sense of optimism and confidence in one’s ability to influence the world for the common good
  • structures, policies, procedures and initiatives, which are reflective of our school’s vision and mission and supported through effective leadership 
  • fostering of parent and community partnerships to maximise student outcomes 
  • empowerment of the school community to get the most out of student learning 
  • the belief that wellbeing is integral rather than incidental to learning, and the development of social and emotional learning skills which enable students to flourish. 


St Paul's has a new wellbeing service offered to families called School TV.  This is an amazing tool which helps us work in partnership to support students in their personal development and learning at our College.  School TV is an online tutorial platform that provides information and practical support strategies that can assist in addressing the many challenges young people face as they learn to navigate the world. Short informational videos on a range of topics and interviews with experts ranging from specialist pediatricians to experts in behaviour management are accessible and provide realistic support strategies to help you help your children.  I encourage you to have a look at what SchoolTV offers -  https://stpaulscollege.nsw.schooltv.me/category-latest-newsletter