四虎影视

Pillars: Prioritising connection

Our Pillars program aims to explicitly teach students social-emotional skills and competencies that allow them to develop self-esteem, self-awareness, resilience and a willingness to understand and respect others鈥攊mportant life skills that young people need to thrive in today’s fast-paced and changing world.

“We aspire for our students to be savvy young women, to be articulate, to be problem-solvers, who think outside the square, who pursue excellence in their life aspirations and are comfortable with change.”

 

The program is enriched by a strong research base about the developmental needs of girls and young women. It is underpinned by Martin Seligman’s PERMAH framework and Positive Education principles.


The Presentation values of respect, responsibility, relationships and resilience are the cornerstones on which we build our vision and all that we do at St Mary’s College, along with the touchstones of hospitality, compassion and simplicity.

Central to the Pillars are experiential learning experiences that extend beyond the traditional classroom environment. Students participate in a variety of experiences including year level and House group activities, overnight camps and retreats, wilderness and aeronautical adventures, alpine and river journeys, where the focus is on connecting with self and peers, community, land and nature, respect of culture and the importance of spirituality.

“Gratitude helps me to see what is in my life rather than what isn’t.” 鈥 Year 8 student

Early Years (Kindergarten to Year 2).

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Years 3 to 4

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Years 5 to 6

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Year 7

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Year 8

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Year 9

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Year 10

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Years 11-12

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“Pillars classes are great because they make me think about a lot of things: growth mindset, the power of yes, positive friendships and that it is OK to get things wrong.” 鈥 Year 7 student

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Groving our love of learning

四虎影视 is located on the traditional lands of the muwinina people of the South East Nation. We acknowledge and deeply respect the palawa people, the Tasmanian Aboriginal Community, and all Elders past and present. We are committed to learning alongside our students and community in this place, nipaluna, and support the continued sharing of knowledge and culture.