Journey to the Cross

At the end of Term 1 our whole College came together to prepare for Easter with a Journey to the Cross. Students gathered in our undercover area to sing, pray and reflect with liturgical dance and were led in song by our College choir. Students were then able to walk through classroom provocations of Jesus’ […]

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Harmony Day

Our students came together to celebrate Harmony Day, wearing the traditional dress of their culture or the colour orange. The theme for Harmony Day this year was: Everyone Belongs. It was a wonderful way to celebrate how all our differences make Australia a great place to live. Celebrating cultural diversity and promoting inclusiveness, respect and

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Annual Community Meeting

We welcome members of the St Mary’s College community to join us for the Annual Community Meeting of the St Mary’s College Advisory Council and Parents and Friends Committee at 5pm on Wednesday 20th March 2024, in the Secondary Staff Lounge. Come along to learn more about the educational programs and outcomes for your children,

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Ash Wednesday

Our College community came together on Wednesday to mark the beginning of the 40 day season of lent. Lent is a time of reflection, repentance, and spiritual renewal. We received the cross of ashes on our foreheads as a reminder to turn back to Jesus and all his teachings. Thank you to our students for

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Smoking & Blessing Ceremonies

We celebrated the very first day back with an important blessing and smoking ceremony for all of our students, staff and families. We gathered together to start our school year. We brought together the ancient ceremony of smoking and our Catholic tradition of blessing with water. For thousands of years our First Nations People have

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SMC Connect K-12 Wellbeing Framework

In 2023 St Mary’s College Wellbeing team developed the SMC Connect K-12 Wellbeing framework to foster a comprehensive, intentional, and inclusive approach to wellbeing across the College. The framework compliments the current Positive Behaviour Schools (PBS) model that aims to promote positive behaviours across the College. In addition, recognises and highlights our school values as

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