Code of Conduct
The purpose of the Code of Conduct is to describe minimum standards of conduct in all behaviour and decision making to ensure the safety and well-being of students.
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Dispute and Complaint Resolution 2-D1
Catholic Education is committed to ensuring that disputes and complaints are dealt with fairly, objectively and in a timely manner, and that processes reflect the principles of participation, coresponsibility and subsidiarity Campus.
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ICT Policy
The goal of Digital Learning at St Mary’s College Primary Campus is to prepare and inspire students for life in the 21st Century as digital citizens. Awareness and understanding of how digital technology can enhance and motivate learning is central to the Digital Learning Program at our Primary Campus.
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Enrolment Policy
The Catholic Education Commission strives to make Catholic schooling available to all children whose parents wish them to receive a Catholic education based on Gospel values within a caring Christian environment. St Mary’s College strives to achieve this for all of its students.
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Cyclone Procedures Policy
To ensure that parents, students and staff are informed and aware of the procedure in place should a cyclone threaten St Mary’s College. This is designed to provide for the safety and protection of all students and staff.
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How to Deal with a Dispute or Complaint in a Catholic School
The purpose of this publication is to provide an overview of the process to be utilised in Catholic schools in the resolution of a dispute or complaint that may arise from time to time.
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Further St Mary’s College Polices are available upon request. Please note that some polices may be under Revision. Please contact Admin for existing versions.

Term 2  


The solemnities of the feast of Easter have passed but the ongoing message of Christ’s love and self-sacrifice stands. It is remembered too in the scriptural epithet or saying often inscribed on war memorials: ‘greater love hath no man than this; that he should lay his life down for his friend’. Sometimes this biblical expression is abbreviated to: Greater love hath no man … ANZAC Day recalls that supreme sacrifice made by so many. It is appropriate that the College reflects on the symbolism of the day and that as a community we do our best to live out the College prayer which in part refers to the Lord God whose spirit of wisdom dwelling in the Yawuru country may teach us... and asks that each of us respect and support others ...with a listening heart.

Principal and Staff of St Mary’s College.