16 October - Mater Dei School Infant Committee formed.
16 December - First Fundraiser - A "fair" was held in the Ambassadors Hall.
5 February - School began with 50-55 students in attendance. Opening was delayed 1 week due to extremely wet weather. Ashes were laid in the playground to cover the mud. Sr. Sebastion and Sr. Patrick were the first two Sisters of Charity to Staff the school. They reside at Mt St. Michael's College and were transported to and from school each day by well known Taxi owners and parishioners Harry Shepard, Mr. Mahon and others.
5 August - Official School opening by Archbishop Duhig and in the evening a Fancy Dress ball was held in the Ambassadors Hall. Mrs Jessie Ryan was the first President of the "Mater Dei Ladies School Activities Committee" Social Activity has always been a high priority since our conception.
4 February - Farewell for Fr. Vince Mills – a favourite with Parish children. His parting gift was a new pipe and 6 months supply of his favourite Amphora Pipe Tobacco, a digital clock and a wallet of notes.
25 May - Fr Stephen Truscott is the first Mater Dei old boy to be ordained a Marist Father.
January- The school commences the year with an enrolment number of 358.
The Instrumental Program is strengthened with the formation of the School Band. Instruments purchased with funds obtained by the Community Gambling Benefit Fund.
July-'Art of Recycling' Sustainabilty Festival and Art Show is held.
December-Mater Dei farewells APRE Tanya McNeill.
January- The school commences the year with a student enrolment number of 356. Mrs Rosie Harrison is appointed as the acting APRE for the 2014 school year.
August- A very successful weekend Multicultural Mass and celebration is held within the Parish supported by both Mater Dei and St Peter Chanel schools.
September- Renovations take place to the upstairs classrooms in the 'Caritas' building, along with the Learning Support centre.
October-Music in the Moonlight returns to Dorrington Park for a fabulous night of entertainment. With an overarching theme of 'cult movie mania', the park is transformed into a giant movie set, inspired by favourite movies of years gone by.
November- The administration Services is temporarily relocated to the Library so that the existing work space can be renovated during the Christmas holidays and throughout Term 1 2015.
December- The school farewells both Year 6 and Year 7. This is the last year in Queensland in which Year 7 will be located in a primary school context.
Demolition of the student toilets commence in preparation for new toilet facilities to be erected in the New Year.