From humble past to bright future

Since humble beginnings in 1964, St Patrick’s School Mansfield Park has grown into a vibrant 21st century learning community with modern facilities and resources.


Established under the leadership of the Sisters of St Joseph, commencing with Years 1-3.

Teaching was extended to include Reception to Year 7.

First major building development saw new classrooms, library, canteen and an administration area added.
The Judy Burley Learning Support Centre opened, the first Special Education facility for Catholic Education in South Australia.
Second major development included three new classrooms, new toilets, and the Mary MacKillop Room (accommodating Out of School Hours Care, Playgroup and Parent Community Room).
A marble statue of Our Lady from Marble Mountain at Da Nang in Vietnam was donated by our Vietnamese parents’ community and placed in the rose garden.
A new computer lab and two new classrooms were added, and the administration area was refurbished.
The school’s leadership moved from the Sisters of St Joseph to lay principalship.
Land purchased and the Sister Mary Mercer Hall, built as part of the Federal Government’s Building the Education Revolution. This multi-purpose facility caters for school gatherings, sport, dance, performances and community celebrations.
Early years classrooms refurbished.

Middle Years Classrooms and Library refurbished. Oval upgraded. Year 7 students move to secondary pathways.

Primary years classrooms refurbished
Playgrounds upgraded
St Patrick's School community continues to thrive as a place of learning and celebration.
Thank you to all families, past and present, for working with us to build a bright and positive future for everyone who learns here.

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