Please find below the bus routes that service St Mary’s as well as the other colleges who share this same service on this particular route.
MetLink also encourage students (maybe parents too) set up the Journey planner on their phones, if they have the Smart Phone models. This is so they have this as a first start guideline to assist with their journeys to and from school.
At Thanksgiving Mass on Tuesday we celebrated and thanked our 2018 Student Leaders and welcomed our 2019 Student Leaders.
The new leaders are:
Isabelle Pou: Head Girl
Melissa Ready: Deputy Head Girl – Special Character
Sarah Downs: Deputy Head Girl – Level Leaders
Tesara-Rose Faleafaga: Deputy Head Girl – Cultural
Eden Vaatstra: Deputy Head Girl – Arts
Maddie Feaunati: Deputy Head Girl – Sport
Samantha Samaniego: Deputy Head Girl – House
Congratulations to the Junior Premier debating team on their win in Round 5 of the Wellington Speaking Union Intercollegiate Debating.
The team of Genevieve Woolf, Alex Crampton, Atawhai Lynch, Regina Fernandes and Ekodi Poludore have developed confidence in speaking and forming convincing arguments, winning three out of five debates.
Junior Premier Debating Coach – Mrs Genevieve Herder.
On Wednesday, 13 June, fifty-three excited St Mary’s College girls turned up to the Regional Māori Speech Competition, held at Takapūwāhia Marae in Porirua. Our sole competitor, Haylee Van Herpen-Jacobs, won her section, Junior English, a great achievement for her as well as our St Mary’s family.
On Wednesday, 13 June, some St Mary’s students were lucky enough to attend a workshop run by GirlBoss New Zealand founder Alexia Hilbertidou.
GirlBoss encourages young women to dream big and consider careers in areas where women are under-represented.