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Mater Maria Catholic College produces a large number of in-house publications with staff and student editorial control. These documents provide an opportunity to connect with our community.

Bishop Anthony visits Mater Maria to bless our new buildings

On Wednesday 23 September 2020, Bishop Anthony Randazzo from the Catholic Diocese of Broken Bay visited Mater Maria Catholic College to bless thenew buildings - the McMahon Administration Centre, Polding Centre and St Benedict's Learning Centre.
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Inoculate Ourselves Against Infection? Sometimes It Is Better Not To

The 17 Good Blokes Bake Off to raise much needed funds for Soibada TL® at Mater Maria.
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Andrew Fraser, producer of the film ‘Lion’ visits Mater Maria

Year 11 English students have during Term 3 been treated to a presentation by Andrew Fraser, the producer of the film 'Lion'.
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Our Waste Warriors at Mater Maria

Our students take caring for the Earth and sustainability very seriously at the College. Here are some photos taken in Term 3.
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Year 9 Elective Music Video

Year 9 Elective Music perform “Any Dream Will Do” from home for their Musical Theatre performance task.
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PARENT HUB Covid-19 and Fee Relief Information

The Community of Catholic Schools, Diocese of Broken Bay have created an excellent resource for parents and families called The Parent Hub. The Parent Hub contains information for parents about Home Based Learning, Wellbeing at Home and FAQS. This resource also includes a directory of helpful services that might assist families. Click Here
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Keep up to date with our Latest Correspondence

Click here to read all our latest College correspondence. Correspondence
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Attendance Matters!

One in four primary students and one in six secondary students do not attend school regularly, with research showing that their academic and social skills can suffer.  Many parents do not realise the cumulative effect of allowing their child to take a day off every now and then, and one day a fortnight adds up...
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