We value the broad knowledge and cultural diversity offered by volunteers who greatly enrich our community and provide opportunities for us to grow and learn together.
There are many opportunities for the St Paul's College Community to become involved in the life of the College. These include the Parents and Friends Committee, helping with excursions, listening to reading and gardening.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide mandates that all people who have responsibility through their role within the Archdiocese (whether paid or voluntary), and/or have the potential to have one-on-one contact with children, youths and vulnerable people, undergo a National Police Clearance.
Volunteer packs, containing applications for National Police Clearance are available at Reception. The completed application form and 100 points of identification, (please present original documents), must be witnessed by a nominated authority at the college. St Paul's College will lodge your application on your behalf.Once St Paul's College has been notified of successful Police Clearances, volunteers are contacted about the dates and times of upcoming mandatory Responding to Abuse and Neglect (RAN) training, sessions, which are held at St Paul's College throughout the year. Volunteers must attend one of the training sessions, which will take approximately 1.5 to 2 hours to complete. A certificate is issued on completion. At the time of the RAN training, volunteers will also undergo an induction process to welcome them to the College.