St Paul's recognises the important role that social, cultural and physical well-being plays in learning and personal growth. That is why we place a great emphasis on developing the confidence, creativity, teamwork and leadership skills of our students.
St Paul's offers a wide range of sporting activities with students participating in TAS (The Associated Schools) competitions throughout the year.
Our widely recognised music program gives students from Prep right through to Year 12 the opportunity to participate in private tuition in a diverse range of instruments. These students are encouraged to be develop their performance skills by joining one or more of over twenty different bands, choirs or ensembles.
Students can also take part in the Cadet Unit, Duke of Edinburgh Scheme, community service organisations such as Amnesty International and Interact, debating, drama and musical productions, chess and golf.
Participation in sporting and cultural activities is encouraged on both social and competitive levels to teach fairness and sportsmanship.
We aim to develop in each student a commitment to working co-operatively with others, to enjoy striving to attain their goals and the courage to maintain their principles in a rapidly changing society.