In March, teams from Years 5 through 12 competed in the Have Sum Fun maths competition.
This week the Year 11 students had a visit from Caroline Stanbury, CEO of Smitten Cosmetics.
As part of their Health Education our Year 6 students have been learning the value of positivity and seeking out the good in their worlds.
Our Year 11 students recently spent two days conducting fieldwork, helping gather data for the Department of Parks and Wildlife.
In March our Year 11 Student Representative council attended the 2017 Halogen Leaders Conference. Speakers included Halogen’s founder Sam Skinner, Tracy Vo, and Brad Ness.
Marking an end to what has been a very busy term for our music students, the Easter Choral Concert showcased not only sacred choral works but also pieces that each choir had prepared in Term 1.
In March the College hosted a concert with bands from Years 9 to 12 performing work from artists like Fleetwood Mac and Smash Mouth.
Year 10 students recently attended a river cruise hosted by St. Hilda’s School for Girls, where they got to mingle with students from other boarding schools across Perth.
For St. Patrick’s Day the Boarders celebrated in style, turning the dining room green.
Our Senior Boarders have been participating in a five-week surfing course at Scarborough Beach.
Our Junior Sprouts have been hard at work making the campus a little greener.
Our students recently attended a production detailing the life, heart and spirit of Catherine McAuley, chronicling her life in three separate sections.
See what our Year 11 Drama class got up to at the Independent Schools’ Drama Association Drama Day!
Sixteen of our Year 10 Student Leaders attended the GRIP Leadership Conference this week.
The Year 8 Literacy Support class is travelling the world from their classroom this term completing a six week program with PenPal Schools.
Our Santa Maria staff and students are doing some amazing things!
Having serious conversations with teenagers is notoriously difficult. Here are 10 skills adults need to help kids open up and talk.
We expect emotional outbursts from young children, but by the time they are in their teens we expect kids to be controlled. What are the skills they need?
Teachers are always learning. The recent LEARN!LIVE! Staff Conference was an exciting and invaluable opportunity for our College staff to learn together as a community.
This week we celebrated International Women’s Day. We asked some of our students to finish this question ‘Women can….’. This is what they had to say.