Play dough and seeing her best friends Tommy and Jack are the best things about Kindy according to Olivia Cope. Olivia joined big sister Annabelle (Year 2) at John Paul College this year. Olivia’s enrolment continues a family tradition with both dad, Todd (1999) and mum, Karen (2001) College alumni.
Yesterday, I was excited to join the new staff of John Paul College for their induction day, and, as our incoming Principal, to welcome them to our wonderful school.
John Paul College is very proud to congratulate the students in the Class of 2017 on their academic achievements.
Congratulations to 2010 alumnus Mikayla Ivanov who has received the Judges Special Mention Award and $25,000 prize money in The Australian Women’s Weekly Qantas Women of the Future Awards this afternoon in Sydney. Mikayla will use the prize money to expand the activities of her social enterprise, The Tippy Toe Co., a ballet school she founded in university for children with special needs.
Congratulations to our sportsmen and women who represented John Paul College with such pride over The Associated Schools (TAS) competition in 2017.
Congratulations to John Paul College staff member, Julie-Anne Angell (our e-learning facilitator) who has been selected as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert. Julie-Anne is one of only 90 Australians selected for the 2017-2018 period.
On Friday 8 September, 120 family and friends once again enjoyed a fun filled night of dinner, dancing and wonderful music by over 60 extremely talented students at our annual Cabaret Night held at The Glen Hotel.
John Paul College Middle School students recognised R U OK Day with a fun run and sausage sizzle fundraiser for Rosies – Friends on the Street.
John Paul College was delighted to host best-selling author and presenter Rebecca Sparrow on Thursday, 7 September, for her ‘Before You Hit Send’ community presentation to parents and students.
Monthly Mother Tongue meetings are held to celebrate the wide range of mother tongues (the language a person learned first and uses the most) spoken by families at John Paul College.