Kia ora koutou Apologies for the lateness of this newsletter, I’m a day behind myself with Queen’s Birthday. Last week we had a great time using more Sāmoan Language in classrooms and enjoying some of their culture. If you missed it, please have a look at our Facebook Page for photos and videos https://www.facebook.com/St-Annes-Catholic-School-Christchurch-743975602280969/ We … Continue reading Newsletter Week 6 Term 2
This Sunday is Trinity Sunday. On Trinity Sunday, Christians remember that God shares himself with us through the three persons of the Trinity. We honour the eternal God: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. Trinity Sunday is celebrated the Sunday after Pentecost, and lasts only one day, which is symbolic of the unity … Continue reading What is Trinity Sunday?
Tālofa Lava! Welcome to Sāmoan Language Week! This week is important in our calendar as we have a high number of Sāmoan students. We love what our Sāmoan community brings to our school and we embrace the culture. Tomorrow (Thursday) we will celebrate with some fun events. Why Sāmoan Language Week? There is a ‘language … Continue reading Newsletter Week 5 Term 2
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This Sunday we celebrate Pentecost, the “birthday” of the Church. Fifty days after Easter we celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and their followers. They grew in their faith, their courage and their ministry after the coming of the Spirit. It was after Pentecost that these men and women began a … Continue reading Happy Birthday!!!
Wow, what a great start to life back at school! We opened our new performance area ‘Whare Tapere’, we have a new junior class, new soccer goal nets and lots of plans! Our shade sails are being installed now as well (the posts at least as they stay down in winter in case it snows). … Continue reading Welcome Back!! Newsletter Term Two – Week Four
Our theme for this term is “Called.” We are called to serve one another, just as Jesus served. As Catholics, we are called to be witnesses to our faith in the way we live our lives. Scripture tells us repeatedly of God’s love for us. We are called to see every person through the eyes … Continue reading We Are Called!
Kia ora anō Here are some need to know procedures for Monday. Please read carefully! Another newsletter will come out tomorrow with some excited updates. Please read the ‘sick students’ section today carefully as it requires some action from you this weekend. Morning Drop Off We request that children are dropped at the gate … Continue reading Level Two Procedures (Please read carefully)
Kia ora koutou We are so excited and looking forward to students returning to school next week. We have missed all of their smiling faces and fun times we have. This is a brief bit of information to read over. Tomorrow, we will send out our procedures for level two, including ‘drop off’ and ‘pick … Continue reading Newsletter Term 2 Week 3
Hi all I hope you are well! It is great to see cases going down in New Zealand. School is open to a small amount of children at the moment (between 1-3 students). The students are working on the same learning as the rest using our online learning framework. Teachers remain offsite focusing on the … Continue reading Newsletter Term 2 Week 1