Service Learning

St Paul Lutheran School aims to develop in students a sense of compassion and justice. Service learning connects curriculum learning about social justice with the realities of life in the wider community and the world. Through service learning students develop an understanding of what service is and why serving others is of importance both spiritually and as global citizens. This allows them to act upon their learning to make a difference in our world.

At a school level, students are embraced in a culture of service towards their peers. Locally, our students develop lasting relationships with neighbouring bodies including St Paul Lutheran Church, Lutheran Community Care and the Enfield RSL. Globally, our students develop connections with communities in developing countries. Most recently our students have enthusiastically connected with and supported Lanakapi Lutheran School in Lae, Papua New Guinea and various villages in Cambodia in partnership with Australian Lutheran World Service and Life with Dignity.