What's Happening at SPAN!?

What’ll Happen to the Wattle Program
St Paul Apostle North has been a successful applicant in the ‘What’ll Happen to the Wattle Program’. This program is run by the One Giant Leap Foundation who sent golden wattle seeds to the International Space Station. The seeds were in space for 6 months (December 2020 to June 2021) and then distributed to more than 300 locations around our nation ( including SPAN). 
We are so excited to be involved in this program! Stay tuned to see our discoveries! 

The Great Australian Platypus Search
In the coming weeks, SPAN is getting involved in The Great Australian Platypus Search. This will help map platypus populations across Victoria and fill a critical gap in our knowledge of this notoriously elusive species. We will be collecting samples of water from two different sites along the Dandenong Creek to test for platypus DNA. 

Child Safety

As Catholic educators, we have a moral, mission driven, and legal responsibility to uphold and actively promote the wellbeing and safety of every student entrusted in our care.

Our commitment to the protection of students is enabled in nurturing, respectful and safe communities where the uniqueness and sacred dignity of every young person is celebrated and they are able to flourish in their learning and development. This vision is driven by the gospel message of love, justice and abundance, beautifully reflected in the words of John.



The Uniform shop is open on the school grounds every Wednesday from 8:30am – 10:30am.

The Secondhand Uniform shop is open every Thursday, by appointment. Please contact the Office to make a booking.

Order forms are also available at the Office.



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Sun Smart

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