Year 7 Transition

Our Year 7 transition process allows new Year 7 students to become familiar with the College, make new friends and meet staff, and ultimately have a successful start at St Paul’s. 

Middle Years Exhibitions

Year 7 students and families are invited to join our current families in attending our Semester 1 and 2 learning exhibitions. These exhibitions showcase student learning and highlight our integrated project-based approach taken at St Paul’s.

Information for families

Early in term 4 families will be forwarded information in regard to the uniform shop and making an appointment for a fitting, laptop requirements (BYOD), fee payments and other important information for the following school year. Please note stationery packs are included in fees and are distributed in class. 

House Afternoon Teas - October

Year 7 students are invited to attend an afternoon tea session at the College to meet staff and peers in their House groups and learn more about St Paul's. Invitations to these events are provided late Term 3. 

Transition Information Night and BBQ – November

All new students together with their parents are asked to attend the Transition Information Evening in the New Street Gymnasium, where you will be provided with important information about transition, commencing at St Paul’s and the College generally. Students can speak with House Leaders.  A BBQ is held prior to the information session providing the opportunity for families to mingle and make connections.  

Transition Day – November

Experience at day at St Paul’s College on Transition Day. Students will participate in a range of fun activities introducing them to the teaching and learning areas, meet their fellow classmates, future teachers and familiarise themselves with the College facilities and grounds.   

Year 7 Orientation Day - First day of the school year

This is the first day at St Paul’s College in uniform. New Year 7s are the only Middle Years students at school on this day, enabling them to get comfortable with the College and settle in before formal lessons commence the following day.