‘PAM’ – Parent Access Module

‘PAM’ is our Parent Access Module that enables parents to view individual information about their child/children’s learning, including timetable, assessment results, reports, lodge student absences etc.

PAM can be accessed via My Padua Portal on our website. Or bookmark https://pam.padua.vic.edu.au/Login/Default.aspx in your browser for quick access.

The Username to log in to your account is the email address you have supplied to us either at enrolment or as updated thereafter.

New families will be sent an email to access PAM accounts at the beginning of the school year. New students with siblings at the College will be added to existing PAM accounts.

Should you make a change to your email address in PAM, we will be notified and our records will be updated accordingly.

If you have forgotten your password, please click on the ‘Forgot Password?’ link on the login page and follow the prompts to change your password.

After logging into your PAM account, see School Links for several parent resources and video guides including:

Click your student’s name to view their individual timetable, reports, letters, learning tasks or email teachers' function.

If you require any assistance, please email helpdesk@padua.vic.edu.au.


Padua College utilises Operoo as our operations platform for digital forms, approval processes, medical records etc.

Operoo (formerly known as CareMonkey) is a simple way for our parents/guardians to sign forms and share up-to-date, accessible medical information with us.

When your child starts with us, you will receive an email from our Operoo system. Follow the instructions to create an account and/or create and share your child’s care profile.

The Oporoo App is now available for download. Please ensure you provide up-to-date information and update it as necessary. Changes you make to your contact details in Operoo will be updated in our records.

For further information, please visit https://www.operoo.com/

Parents of Padua Group

"Opportunities for Parents, created by Parents"

The Padua College parent group is a great way to meet up with other parents and get involved in various activities while your child is at Padua. The Parents of Padua group meets once a term, and are involved in organising a range of activities that might interest you. These include:

  • A Parent Information Forum each year focuses on important issues relating to adolescence, families and the experience of secondary schools.
  • 'Engage, Consult, Advise’ Evenings which encourage parents to have input into important initiatives within the college.
  • Parent Cooking Evenings, which produce meals for families within the Padua College community who are in need of some practical assistance, is also a great opportunity to meet other parents.
  • Co-ordination of the Arthurs Seat Challenge BBQ in November which supports our local Peninsula school's safe driving initiative, the ‘Fit to Drive’ program.

For further information please contact:

Mr Matthew Williams – Vice Principal - Mission, Identity & Community – mwilliams@padua.vic.edu.au

Alternatively, please contact the College on 5976 0100.

General Information

School TV

Padua subscribes to and recommends SchoolTV as a wonderful resource for all families. Here, you will find a range of topics for students and families with comprehensive videos and information from leading specialists and organisations. SchoolTV contains some great content from organisations such as Beyond Blue, ReachOut, HeadSpace and others.

Please check it out here - School TV

Catholic School Parents Victoria

Catholic School Parents Victoria (CSPV) represents parents of children in Victorian Catholic schools and maintains close relationships with key stakeholders including the Catholic Education Commission of Victoria LTD and the four Victorian Catholic Education Offices. CSPV provides a range of informative resources for parents, including their quarterly newsletter.

Other Information for Parents
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