This video provides a brief introduction to Padua College by the Principal, Anthony Banks. We also recommend that you allow time to view the Virtual Meet the Principal Forum below, which outlines more on the comprehensive and enriching courses of study and co-curricular activities available, as well as the wellbeing initiatives that benefit Padua College students.
Virtual 'Meet the Principal' Forum
Learn more about Padua College, the transition process from primary to secondary school, student wellbeing, and how your child will be supported and engaged in our learning community, based on questions received from prospective families and responses provided by Padua's Leadership Team in a virtual Q&A Forum held Wednesday 22 July. You can watch a recording of the forum here.
Whilst our usual School Tours are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19, we invite you to take a virtual tour below, which have been created to give you an idea of the look and feel of each Padua College Campus.
Before taking a virtual tour, it might be helpful to first check which Year 7-9 Campus your child is eligible to attend. All students begin at the Year 7-9 Campus nearest their home, then move to the Mornington Senior Campus for Years 10-12.
Which Campus is my child likely to attend?
Places for enrolment at Padua College are allocated according to where you live, as follows:
MORNINGTON JUNIOR (YEAR 7-9) CAMPUS: Students who reside in the areas of Mornington, Mt Martha and Mt Eliza (south-west of Humphries Road) are eligible to apply to the Mornington Campus.
ROSEBUD 7-9 CAMPUS: Students who reside in the areas of Safety Beach (south of Ellerina Road) down through to Portsea and across to Cape Schanck, Red Hill, Flinders and Pt Leo, are eligible to apply to the Rosebud Campus.
TYABB 7-9 CAMPUS: Students who reside in the areas of Somerville, Tyabb, Hastings, Crib Point, Somers, Merricks and Balnarring are eligible to apply to the Tyabb Campus.
MORNINGTON JUNIOR (YEAR 7-9) CAMPUS
MORNINGTON SENIOR (YEAR 10-12) CAMPUS
ROSEBUD YEAR 7-9 CAMPUS
TYABB YEAR 7-9 CAMPUS
School Tour Booking Dates
As a College community, we are responding to advice and directives from the Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Education and Training, and Catholic Education Melbourne.
On this advice, the Padua College Leadership Team has deemed not to proceed with running our usual School Tours for the time being, in order to mitigate the risk of the spread of any illnesses and for the safety and protection of all.
As soon as this changes, we will be able to offer booking dates of school tours at each campus here:
The session is 60 minutes long and is designed to be run as an open forum for discussion. This allows parents to ask Elevate Study Skills Experts any questions they have about being the parent of a Se..