Thank you for choosing to find out more about St Paul of the Cross Catholic Primary School Dulwich Hill. We offer a variety of diverse opportunities for our students within a vibrant Catholic community and value parent participation and support.
Our teachers provide a learning environment that is safe and respectful and a rich and personalised curriculum instills confidence and promotes learners who are able to take on the challenges of an ever changing world.
At St Paul of the Cross, all students are encouraged to apply their best efforts and are challenged through a culture of inquiry and innovation. We are very proud of our students’ successes and celebrate these achievements.
This website will assist you in becoming familiar with our school so that you are able to support us in the education of your child. Let us bring to life the words of our motto ‘We belong together in faith and learning’.
History St Paul of the Cross Catholic Primary School Dulwich Hill was established in 1906 when Dulwich Hill was part of the parish of Marrickville, under the care of the Passionist Fathers, whose founder was St Paul of the Cross. The primary school had eighty students and was staffed by the Sisters of St Joseph. The Sisters continued at the school until 1997 when the first lay principal was appointed.
We are proud to reflect the charism of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop and as a school live by her words “never see a need without doing something about it.”
We acknowledge the rich cultural backgrounds of all who are part of our community in our motto ‘We belong together in faith and learning’ and the values of St Mary of the Cross MacKillop – faith, tolerance, courage, persistence and care for others – inspire and guide us in all we do.
St Paul of the Cross Catholic Primary School Dulwich Hill has a strong partnership with the Parish. Together we nurture the Catholic life of students and their families through prayer, Liturgies, celebrations, family Masses, social justice initiatives and Sacramental programs.
Parish Priest: Fr Andrew James
Bishop in Residence: Most Rev Richard Umbers DD VG EV PP