Resolving Complaints

Building a school culture that features positive and respectful relationships

Within the Federated Schools of Holy Trinity Parish (St Catherine’s Moorabbin, St Paul’s Bentleigh and St Peter’s Bentleigh East) we are committed to building a school culture that features positive and respectful relationships. As Catholic Schools, these relationships are wounded in the values of the gospel, in particular the values of justice, compassion, reconciliation, truth and love. In keeping with Catholic social teaching, a respect for the innate dignity of each person shapes all our relationships.

In building and nurturing this culture, we acknowledge that students and parents can sometimes feel aggrieved about something that is happening at the school. Every member of our school community has a right to have their grievance or complaint addressed, and we will work positively and resolutely to achieve a satisfactory outcome for the people involved.

Please click here to read out Complaints Resolution Policy.

About St Paul's

St Paul’s School was opened in 1928 and until 1993, was operated by the Daughters of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, whose secondary college for girls’, OLSH, is located across Jasper Road. The main school building was designed as a church, with three classrooms on an upper level, and the building retains many of the original church features.