Young adults do not simply become a man or lady of good character. This is something that is developed over time, through both good parenting and school initiatives like St Paul’s Character Education programme.
All students at St Paul’s take part in a Character Education programme, which aims to build and strengthen character and influence how students think and act when faced with a challenging situation.
The programme teaches students a range of skills and values including ethics, responsibility and respect in a discussion-based environment in which students explore real-life examples from the media in which people have made bad choices.
Through this style of learning, St Paul’s hopes to give students the skills needed to make the right decision when handling difficult situations in life.