The Sustainability Fair, held on Wednesday 13 September, was a great success, with families and students flocking to the College Green to discover how St Mary’s College is workingRead more
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On Saturday 9 September, 21 students from Years 5-10 competed in the Tournament of Minds (ToM) State Finals. ToM is a problem-solving program which requires teams to work cooperatiRead more
What do you most enjoy about teaching Prep?
Teaching Prep children is such a joy. The unique and heartfelt way in which they view the world is infectiously beautiful. They areRead more
They can be seen leading the cheers and chants from the grandstands at school sporting events, encouraging participation in House activities and promoting camaraderie, good sRead more
College staff assembled on the bottom court on Monday 4 September for a special liturgy to mark the opening and blessing of the St Mary’s College labyrinth.
The College’s Director
Catholic Education Tasmania believes that children and young people have a fundamental right to be respected, nurtured and cared for.
Every child and young person is entitleRead more
What do love about your job?
I am the most excited in my work when being part of that moment when a person is on the verge of discovering something new about themselves, oRead more
The latest edition of the Alma Mater is out now and available to read online here.
As our biannual magazine for parents, carers and alumni, the Alma Mater features stories abouRead more
ya pakana raytji karati pulingina milaythina-pakana-mana-tu…
This is a familiar welcome, and one that began our 2023 NAIDOC Week celebration: For Our Elders.
First NationsRead more
What do you most enjoy about teaching Chinese in the Junior School?
In my previous job, I was teaching Tasmanian secondary students for whom the subject of Chinese was optioRead more
Courtney joined our staff at the start of 2023, bringing passion, energy and empathy to her role as Wellbeing Officer, which sees her work closely with Senior School students, famiRead more
Get to know our fabulous St Mary’s College staff and what makes them ‘tick’!
For the first instalment of our Staff Spotlight series, we’re excited to introduce you to Chelsea MoRead more
We are thrilled to announce that Hannah Carter, a Secondary English Teacher at the College, has been named as a recipient of the Phil Page TATE Scholarship for 2023.
The scholarRead more
Transformation of the College’s bottom court is now complete with the installation of our beautiful new paved labyrinth walk.
The labyrinth is a peaceful focal point on theRead more
St Mary’s College has been awarded platinum status for its Junior School Café – the highest accreditation ranking with the SmartFood Award Program, an initiative of SchoolRead more
With so many new faces at St Mary’s College this year, it’s lovely to see some familiar alumni retuning to their old stomping ground to give back to the SMC community.
Murphy’s Café is back with a bang in 2023 with a brand-new menuRead more
A new badge worn by our First Nations students at the College is a daily reminder of their cultural identity.
The First Nations-St Mary’s College badge was designed by GamilaraaRead more
Our College community gathered in the Nagle Centre on Thursday 1 September to support our Junior and Senior School students as they took to the stage to present a variety of instruRead more
Lorise Clark, the College’s Learning Leader for English, recently attended the National English Teachers’ Conference in Darwin, where she co-presented a workshop with Simone TunbRead more
3Three budding authors from St Mary’s College have had their writing talents recognised in the Tasmanian division of the 2022 ‘What Matters?’ competition.
Jorgia Eyles, Lucy BreRead more
The College wishes to congratulate Abigail Gravell (Year 8) and Maya Bowles (Year 6), who have been selected as finalists for the 2022 Nagle Prize.
Held annually, the Nagle PrizRead more