Principal's Comment

posted 15 Apr 2018, 17:26 by Karyn Dykes

Kia ora koutou katoa

Reflecting on the term that has just passed we can be really proud of all that we have achieved as a community. Our colours assembly this week was a great example of how well our students are doing not only in the academic setting but also in the ever increasing variety of extra-curricular activities. We can be very proud of the achievement of all of the students recognised and thank those that have supported their success in so many ways. 

Our recent southern Senior Catholic School Tournament was a great success. It is so nice to see how well the students from the competing Catholic schools get on, both off the field and on it, despite the fierce but fair competition.  The bonds that are forming through this event and the Bishop’s Shield as well as the Junior Catholic Schools Tournament are becoming more and more evident. Coming together at these events as a community of Catholic schools to celebrate our shared values and faith is a fantastic experience.

We have had a very busy term and I would encourage students to have a well-earned break.  Seniors will still have some work to do over the holidays and I would suggest it would be wise for them to plan their approach. Spreading it over the holidays in manageable chunks so that they are not rushing at the end of the break to complete tasks that they have left till the last minute.

Please keep in your prayers all those that are struggling with the loss and illness of loved ones and pray for the full recovery of those in our community that are currently dealing with illness and injury.

Have the most restful and relaxing holiday.


God Bless 

 Jarlath Kelly