St Mary's College

Contact Details

Guildford Terrace, Thorndon, Wellington, 6011

+64 4 473 5554

office@stmw.school.nz


To report any Absence

04 473 5554 – Press 1

absence@stmw.school.nz

Upcoming Events

Start Dates 2018

Tuesday 23 January Peer Support training Yr 13

Wednesday 24 January Peer Support training Yr 13

Thursday 25 January Course confirmation Yr 11 – Yr 13 10am – 12pm

Friday 26 January No students

Monday 29 January Teacher only day/ Support Staff

Tuesday 30 January Teacher only day

Wednesday 31 January Pōwhiri (New Entrants) – 11.30am Year 12’s come at 9.00am for Haka practice

Year 13’s go to Camp

Thursday 1 February Level activities Yr 9 – 12 Wellbeing Day Year 10 & 11, 1st day back Year 13 Camp

Friday 2 February Level activities Yr 9 – 12 Programme Year 13 Camp

Monday 5 February School timetable

Tuesday 6 February Waitangi Day

Wednesday 7 February School timetable

Friday 9 February Opening Mass

Wednesday 14 February Ash Wednesday

Thursday 15 February Academic Assembly Yr 11 – 13

Tuesday 20 February Learning conversations Yr 9 – 10

Monday 26 February Athletics Day

Thursday 29 March Holy Thursday – Liturgy finish at 1.00pm

30 March – 3 April Easter Break

Term Dates 2018

Term 1  29 January – 13 April

Term 2  30 April – 6 July

Term 3 23 July – 28 September

Term 4 15 October – 13 December

 

2017 Term Dates

Internal Assessment Calendar 2017

NCEA Exam Timetable

Full Calendar

Latest news and updates

1 Dec
30 Nov

Train Strike – Friday 1 December

Metlink advise that on Friday 1 December no Metlink train services will be running in Wellington – however, St Mary’s College will be open for usual teaching and learning and all Y9 and Y10 students, and senior students sitting NCEA external examinations are expected to be at school  If your daughter has an examination which Read more…

30 Nov

2018 Stationery Lists

2018 Stationery Lists for all year levels are available at OfficeMax.  You are welcome to purchase your daughter’s stationery through OfficeMax or any other stationery outlet.

30 Nov

Officials warn swimmers to stay out of Hutt River

Greater Wellington Regional Council and Regional Public Health is warning swimmers to stay out of the Hutt River below Kaitoke due to the increased risk of swallowing potentially fatal toxic algae, which is blooming in the warm dry weather. “Hot weather, warm water and a lack of rain in the last two weeks have made Read more…