Enjoy the Week 2 Weekly Wrap Up.
Faith Lee is no stranger to the Santa Maria community. She returns to us this year as a teacher of Mathematics after two years at Perth College.
Today in PCT, Year 10 students had the opportunity to put together a jar of rocks to remind them to prioritise the most important things in their lives.
Two Year 12 students, Grace Watts and Stella Chiappini, have been accepted to study a Certificate IV in Live Theatre and Theatre Studies at WAAPA,
Science classes have been busy so far this year, with Year 12s dissecting chicken wings and Year 8s learning about energy.
The Year 12 Ball is always a highly anticipated event for the girls during their final year at Santa Maria. In this piece, students Jasmine and Kate give us an insight into the evening.
For the fourth year in a row, History students from Santa Maria have had the honour of participating in the annual Vyner Brooke memorial ceremony held at Point Walter
I am so proud of all of our boarders for the manner in which they have started 2020. Our new boarders have been incredibly resilient and brave.
The girls have been very busy since arriving two weeks ago. Read on to see what the girls have been involved in.
There was much baking this week. Birthday cakes and brownies along with lots of toast. Ursula House made cream cheese brownies for Cream Cheese Brownie Day on February 10!
In honour of Cream Cheese Brownie Day on 10 February, the girls in Ursula House baked up a storm of yummy brownies. Here’s the recipe!
Each week, in the Boarding blog we will be highlighting a town one of our community members is from. This week, Tracy Webster tells us about her town, Bicton.
There is lots coming up next week for students and parents. Check out all the events here.
Five Santa Maria students were amongst the 11 girls who won gold at the Water Polo Youth National Championships in Brisbane in January.
Congratulations to Year 8 student, Billie Mincham who has been selected to represent Western Australia in the 2020 Triathlon Championship in Queensland.
Year 12 student Taylor Reid, has been invited to represent Australia in Italy in June this year after competing at the Futsal National Championships in January.
Our first Weekly Wrap Up for 2020. Enjoy this snapshot of Week 1.
Two months ago, 13 very excited 2019 graduates, three teachers and 600kg of donations, headed off to Cambodia for our two-week immersion experience.
This week, the Years 11 & 12 Drama students were treated to a performance of the Australian musical Bran Nue Dae, at the Regal Theatre.
We hope you enjoy the Weekly Wrap Up for Term 4, Week 8. A busy final week for 2019.
At this morning’s assembly, Head Girl, Jasmine Chow, announced to the College that Santa Maria has raised over $45,000 for charity this year.
With the Term coming to a close this week, it’s a great time to look back over the year. We asked some of our Year 7 students what their highlight of the year was.
The Year 9 Reflection Day was held in the form of The Amazing Race around Perth. Girls were given clues and challenges to identify significant locations in the story of the Sisters of Mercy.
Year 10s have had a busy few days learning about financial literacy and wellbeing and mental health strategies as part of the Future10 Enhanced Learning Program.
Year 7 science students were challenged to research, design and create a solar oven capable of melting a chocolate smore (marshmallow sandwich) this week.
We were fortunate to have Professor Sue Fletcher from Murdoch University and three of her pHD students speak with Brain Stem students this week.
Merry Christmas to our Boarding families. May God’s grace shine upon you in this festive season.
Tracy Webster, Head of Boarding, is looking forward to working with the Boarding community to provide the boarders with the very best opportunities.
This week we say farewell and thank you to Leanne McTavish our Head of Boarding for the past two years
The AASCF National Cheer and Dance Championships is the biggest cheerleading competition in the Southern Hemisphere. Ten Santa Maria students represented their club and Western Australia at these championships.