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Values, Vision and Mission
Virtual Tour of College
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Life at the College
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St Mary's Primary Out of Hours School Care
Learning & Teaching
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Social Action and Justice
Prayer and Worship
Evangelisation and Faith Formation
Religious Identity and Culture
News & Events
Taster Day 2019
Open Evening 2019
Success for 2018 College Dux
Students Shine Light for Others
Twenty18 Art Show
ATSI Teaching Scholarship
Addams Family Musical
Best OP 1-10 results on the Fraser Coast
Fraser Coast Tech Hub at St Mary's College
Shaking and Stirring in Queensland’s Shakefest
Prestigious Science Prize Awarded
St Mary's Student's Hypnotized by Dracula
Science and Engineering Challenge 2017
Music Tour 2017
Make an Enquiry
St Mary's College Support Staff are dedicated to the holistic development of all students in their care. Their passion for education and commitment to getting the best possible outcomes for every student ensures each child is valued and encouraged to reach their full potential and their individual learning needs are supported.
School Officers work with teachers and students in classrooms, providing support with class work and assessment. The level of support provided to students is dependent upon individual need.
Students with significant need are placed within the care of a personal Case Manager to ensure the extra level of support needed is provided.
The Learning Services Room is open to all students. School Officers are available before school and during lunch breaks. Students can receive one on one assistance for completion of assignments and preparation for exams. The room is available for quiet study/work and students have access to iPads and games during the break.
For more information, please contact Ms Amy-Louise Peen (Leader of Inclusive Education)