Getting creative at All Saint’s College, St Mary’s Campus

The Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) faculty at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus, is giving students the perfect platform to express their creative passions.

The Creative Arts at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus offers students a number of subjects to choose from including Dance, Drama, Music One, Textiles & Design, Visual Art and Visual Design.

Skills for life

These creative subjects provide students with the opportunity  not only to grow as individuals but  also to learn  to express their ideas and develop creatively.

With students achieving excellent results in all CAPA subject areas, these disciplines are recognised as a strength at St Mary’s Campus in terms of the development of students’ skills and talents .

In the creative arts, students will plan and execute projects over extended periods of time, helping to grow and enhance life skills including planning, organising, confidence-building and self-evaluation.

HSC ready

Students of All Saints’ College benefit from the expert knowledge of staff who are seasoned HSC markers,  well-versed in the knowledge and skills needed to prepare students for  the HSC.

HSC students are  given scope to make choices aligning with their particular interests  in terms of  investigation, research and practical aspects of their studies.

Outside the classroom

For students looking for opportunities outside the classroom, All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus, offers extra time and tuition on an individual basis, as well as a number of excursions, guest speakers and practical experiences to further students’ knowledge and understanding.

St Mary’s Campus often liaises with St Peter’s Campus, inviting students to view performances and displays, such as the annual ‘Saint Mary’s Shines’ exhibition which showcases the work of Year 11 students.

The college also regularly holds subject selection information events to help students  making career choices

As Einstein once said, “Imagination is more important than knowledge.”