To continue to promote excellence in learning and support the changing needs of our students, St Patrick’s College has embarked on an exciting new building project.
The first stage of this project will see the construction of a new Science and Learning Building, the ‘Scientia Building’, which will be located at the very heart of the campus where the tennis courts now stand. This building is set to provide our students with cross-curricular learning in a state-of-the-art environment and will enhance both the curricular and co-curricular life of the College.
It will encompass contemporary general learning spaces, science and technology laboratories as well as a food technology and hospitality centre ‘Badalya Centre’ complete with a cafeteria overlooking Breen Oval. New change rooms and four new tennis courts will also be constructed, two at ground level and two on the roof top. In addition, a basement car park will allow for an extra 59 onsite parking spaces.
The construction of the Scientia Building will complete the first phase of the building project outlined in our current Capital Master Plan. This Plan allows us to continue to adapt to an ever-changing environment and seeks to provide our students with opportunities to expand their horizons and inspire them to become ardent learners.
We welcome all in our community to join us on this exciting journey.