Calendar

2018 Yearly Term Planner – Please Occasionally check back for updated versions.

Term Two Planner.

Structure of School Day

2018 TERM DATES

Semester 1

Term 1 Students   Start -
Wednesday, 31 January
(All Primary, All new Students, Year 7 and Year 12 Secondary)
Start -
Thursday, 1 February
(Rest of Secondary Students)
Finish -
Thursday, 12 April
Term 2 Students   Start - Monday, 30 April Finish - Friday, 29 June  

Semester 2

Term 3 Students   Start -
Monday, 16 July
(All Primary)
Start -
Tuesday, 17 July
(All Secondary)
Finish -
Friday, 21 September
Term 4 Students   Start - Monday, 9 October Finish - Friday, 7 December  

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May 2018

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May 2018

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  • Secondary Students Return
234
  • Ministries
  • Assembly
5
67
  • Girls Football Carnival Derby TBC
8
  • Parent Teacher Interviews
9
  • House Primary Cross Country Carnival
  • Ward House Mass
1011
  • Clubs
  • Year 12 Ball
  • Assembly
12
1314
  • Year 7 Retreat
15
  • NAPLAN
  • Year 8 Retreat
16
  • Rice House Mass
  • NAPLAN
17
  • Year 10 Retreat
  • NAPLAN
18
  • Gospel Assembly Ministries
  • Year 9 Retreat
19
20
  • Pentecost
2122
  • Secondary House Cross Country
23
  • College Feast Day Periods 4-6
  • Our Lady of Help Christians
24
  • School Photos Secondary
  • 5:30p Eucharist Parent Workshop
    Start: 5:30pm-5:45pm
25
  • ACF Project Day
  • Year 6 Colour Run Fundraiser After School
  • School Photos Clubs
  • National Sorry Day
26
  • 6:00p Eucharist Commitment Mass
    Start: 6:00pm-6:15pm
27
  • Trinity
28
  • Reconciliation Week
29
  • Reconciliation Week
30
  • Secondary Assembly at NDU
  • Reconciliation Week
31
  • Science Challenge TBC Primary & Secondary
  • Reconciliation Week
  

Project Compassion – 2018

We are grateful for the continued generosity of the St Mary's College Community, embracing the annual Lenten fundraising and awareness-raising appeal, Project Compassion, which brings together thousands of Australians in solidarity with the world's poor to help end poverty, promote justice and uphold dignity.

We would like to acknowledge the continued efforts of our entire St Mary’s College Community and give great thanks as we have an outstanding total amount raised of $6,605.33.

A large cheque was presented to Monsignor Paul at our Feast Day Mass to contribute to the sum from the Kimberly Region.

We are so proud of our students who embrace this project with their listening hearts and who are inspired to "be more" for less fortunate in our world.


CONGRATULATIONS!

A huge congratulations to our very own Miss Coby Rhatigan who has won the Parent and Friends Federation of WA Award of Excellence for Building a Positive Catholic School Conity! This award recognises Coby’s outstanding commitment to St Mary’s College and it’s community. So well deserved!