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The St Patrick’s Difference

At St Patrick’s Primary, we take pride in the unique qualities that set our school apart and make us truly one-of-a-kind. From our dedicated teachers to our innovative curriculum, we’re more than just a school – we’re a community of learners where every student thrives.

Explore the defining features that make us stand out:

Apple Distinguished School

To accommodate a variety of learning styles and increase access to various resources, our school has efficiently integrated technology into the classroom. As such, we have been recognised by Apple with a designation for our innovation, leadership, and educational excellence in the use of digital technology across our curriculum.

Christian Meditation

All of our classes practise weekly Christian Meditation, an initiative for which we received the Catholic Education WA LEAD award for Discipleship in 2017. We believe it is a powerful tool for our students’ spiritual growth.

Student Leadership Program

Senior students are given opportunities to grow as future leaders through the St Patrick’s Student Leadership Program, beginning in Year Five with Beach Adventure Camp. Year Six students participate in a four-day adventure camp, as well as dedicated leadership days. These experiences are designed to encourage senior students to embrace their role as leaders, modelling behaviours and characteristics that the younger students can aspire to. 

Sustainability Focus

As a Waste Wise accredited school, we promote the sustainable use of natural resources and make a conscious effort to minimise our collective environmental footprint.

Social/Emotional Learning Program

Through the SEL Program, students are taught essential tools for self-management and building resilience. They learn to apply these skills not just in the classroom, but also at home and on the playground to thrive in all aspects of life.

Special Interest Clubs

Students have the opportunity to join various extra-curricular clubs, including but not limited to: Digital Club, which focuses on expanding digital know-how and skills; Drama Club, which puts on various live performances throughout the year; and Mini Vinnies, a student group that engages with issues of social justice in the community.