A casual vacancy has occurred on the school board for an elected parent representative. The board has decided to fill the vacancy by selection. If 10% or more of eligible voters on the school roll ask the board, within 28 days of this notice being published, to hold a by-election to fill the vacancy, then … Continue reading Board Vacancy
We have been gathering data to help us help you with your school/home digital communications. For those of you having trouble completing or would like assistance with completing it, we will have iPads available in each class tonight at the Meet the Teacher night for you to complete the survey (with help if you require … Continue reading Parent IT Survey
Plan for tomorrow: We are on, rain or shine! Information below! WHAT THE CHILDREN WEAR TO SCHOOL FOR THE DAY If possible, children are to wear what they are wearing for the performance. This is because we will video their rehearsal over the day in case of bad weather. Room 1 – Any … Continue reading Newsletter Week 6
Give up complaining — focus on gratitude. Give up pessimism — become an optimist. Give up harsh judgments — think kindly thoughts. Give up worry — trust Divine Providence. Give up discouragement — be full of hope. Give up bitterness — turn to forgiveness. Give up hatred — return good for evil. Give up … Continue reading A Lenten Reflection – DRS
Kia ora e te whānau o Hato Ani! I have been away this week due to illness (not covid) but would just like to remind you of two important things! Wednesday 10 March – Meet the Teacher and Class Performances On Wednesday we will have open classrooms from 4.30 pm – 5.30 pm where you … Continue reading Nā te tumuaki
Kia ora koutou! Last evening we had our Commissioning Mass to start the year. Bishop Paul Martin led proceedings and although it was very hot, it was great to see all the other Catholic school principals and teachers there. We acknowledged Mr Josh Halkett who received his certificate in Religious Studies meaning he had completed … Continue reading From the Principal
The event is completely free for children aged 5 to 18 years. Lunch is provided for free as well. Sports participating are Netball, Futsal, Skateboarding and Ki o Rahi.
Ko Rēneti te Wā (Lent) I heard a person say the other day, is it Lent already? He was only born a month ago and now he’s going to die again. Funny but true in terms of our seasons. For us, Lent is a time to do three things: Give more, pray more, and fast … Continue reading Nā te Tumuaki
Wednesday was Ash Wednesday and we began the season of Lent. The theme for Lent 2021 is A New Way Forward. In our changing world, we all need to work together to find a new way forward to transform our world into one that promotes love, hope, and justice for all.
Nau mai, haere mai ki te tau hou! Welcome to the new year! The year has started so well with a great first week and an amazing camp for the seniors. Where is Miss Mapley? She has gone to join Mr Halkett on the Poupou Reo o Tahu programme for the term. This is the … Continue reading From The Principal