As a College in the Marist tradition, we are lucky to have an established Ministry Team available to support students, staff and whanua.
Alongside Mass that takes place regularly in our Chapel on Thursday mornings, students are able to experience retreats and reflections.
If you wish to speak to our Ministry Team you can reach out to Fr Matt Crawford via [email protected]
Welcome to our library! Nau mai, Haere Mai!
Our whare pukapuka is open from 8-4pm daily and our web portal is open here 24/7 for you to browse our collection or find information on reading and research.
Students, staff and families are all welcome to borrow and are encouraged to come enjoy our fabulous space!
Hei konā mai from Ellie and Izzy
Our Learning Support Department provides assistance for students in mainstream classes. This support ranges from teacher aide guidance in classes, reader/writer assistance for senior assessments and monitoring of numeracy and literacy needs.
Learning needs are identified by way of testing in Year 8, feedback from contributing schools, teacher and parent observations and professional assessments provided by parents.
To ensure the best start for your son at St Patrick’s College please complete the SAC History form provided in the Enrolment Pack if you know he has a diagnosed learning difficulty.
Special Assessment Conditions (SACs)
Special Assessment Conditions may be given for students with recognised learning difficulties, physical disabilities, sight or hearing impairment, or a medical condition. To be eligible for SACs, data to support the application is needed from a registered assessor and from school-based evidence.
Contact [email protected]
Our dedicated careers staff can provide tailored opportunities and experiences that encourage students to make the best choice for them, and their future career pathways.
Parents and students are welcome to speak with Mr Mike Woods and his team about;
- A one on one interview, to figure out where you're heading
- Support with a job interview, CV and general information
- Meeting people in the industry and real time working experience
- Need assistance with subject advice, StudyLink sessions and applying to tertiary institute
Our College acknowledges that the last couple of years have brought about unique experiences for students. We employ a Guidance Counselor who is a critical part of our team, working alongside the Pastoral Care system.
Chris Fouhy, offers service to students, parents and staff, whether the area of concern lies within school or outside. All conversations are kept confidential.
You can reach out directly to Chris, via phone 04 939 3070 ext 229 or
Chris is also involved in running programmes on drug and alcohol education, smoking, and anger management.