Our College Campuses stand on sacred ground.
At Padua College we recognise and respectfully acknowledge the Bunurong People of the Kulin Nation, the traditional custodians of this land and its surrounding waterways.
We pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging and with them, we celebrate a unique living culture that continues to this day.
May their spiritual attachment to the land inspire us to treat it with respect and encourage us to seek God’s presence in all parts of our lives.
"Thank you to my homeroom teachers and our House Co-ordinator. You have all been absolutely amazing and incredibly supportive no matter the situation. I feel I can come and talk to you with pretty much anything."
Year 7 Student
“I am grateful that we are back in the classroom learning, I am grateful for everything that my teachers have done for me."
Year 9 Student
"I love STEM because it gives me an opportunity to look further into engineering and coding, which I enjoy."
Poppy, Year 9
"The Murray River Canoe camp was a challenging yet fun experience. Each night we had a warm fire for everyone to sit around before going to bed under the stars. This camp is one I would recommend if you want a personal challenge and to make some friends and lasting relationships."
Eric, Year 9
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