News by: St Mary's College



2 Aug
1 Aug

Fono

You are warmly welcome to attend the next St Mary’s College Fono which is being held on Tuesday 2 August 2016 in the College Staffroom commencing at 6.00pm.

The Fono will begin with light refreshments.

18 Aug
26 Jul

PTFA News – AUCTION NIGHT

AUCTION NIGHT 18 August – St Mary’s College Hall

Tickets to the PTFA’s Auction Night are now on sale!

Tickets are $20 per person.
Email: st.marys.wellington.ptfa@gmail.com with your ticket orders.

All ticket purchases go in the draw to win a meal out for two.

Please see the attached flyers for information on the evening and payment details.

Go to our Facebook page to see a list of prizes and sponsors! www.facebook.com/SMC.Wgtn.PTFA

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25 Jul

Academic excellence – a University of Otago paper

This year two of our Year 13 students, Kristen Fernandez and Riki Tablizo, began their university careers by studying a first year paper on Ethics from the University of Otago’s Department of Religious Studies.

They did this through the university’s Distance Education programme and took part in a number of video conferences as part of the course.

In spite of both students having busy academic and extra-curricular lives, they threw themselves enthusiastically into the course, finishing up with very commendable B and B+ results. Congratulations to both of them.

29 Jul
25 Jul

Market Day

This Friday July 29 is a big day for our 75 Year 10 Economics Students.  They have been working hard on a Business Studies Achievement Standard that requires them to write a comprehensive Business Plan, produce a good or service and then sell it at a Market Day.

You are welcome to come along and join the fun at our Market day in the Gym this Friday at 12.30.

 

7 Jul

Kapi-Mana Music Festival

Some of our students performed very well in the recent Kapi-Mana Music Festival.

Anna Ng was awarded 1st place in the senior piano solo, grades 4 – 6, and Emma Peirce was 3rd in the same category.  Jessica Jenkins came 2nd in the senior string solo, and was also awarded the trophy for the most promising senior musician.  Avril Stil was part of the string ensemble which came 2nd in the senior ensemble category, and Angelica Clarke and Emma Peirce were 1st in the senior duet category.  Well done to all these students and their impressive results!

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7 Jul

Our 2016 Language Perfect Champions

Félicitations! Bravo! Omedetou! to the following senior and junior students who accredited themselves very favourably in the recent Language Perfect World championships:

Note: Elite award winners scored -10,000+points, Gold – 3,000+ points, Silver – 2,000+ points, Credit – 500+ points

Phoenix Dingle Y10 German, Japanese – Elite award, 2 nd in NZ

Stephanie Chan Y11 French and German -Elite award

Jessica Lee Y12 French –Gold award

Kyla Dosdos Y11 Japanese–Gold award

Samantha Samaniego Y11 Japanese –Gold award

Zita Keller Y11 German- Silver award

Sophie De Gregorio Y11 German – Bronze award

Justine Lim-Ranola Y12 French- Bronze award

Jennifer Ong Y11- Credit award

Junior Language Perfect champions 2016

Aria Ngarimu Y10 French –Silver award

Catherine Donnelly Y10 Japanese – Bronze award

Shaylen Mamidi, Robyn Rabino Y 10 Japanese- Credit awards

Senior champion Jessica Lee commented on why she enjoys using Language Perfect saying:

“I like using language perfect because it’s an easy and fun way for me to revise my new vocab and also go back over older vocab. The competition is fun and I enjoyed it because it let me set a goal of how much I wanted to achieve and I could work towards it and achieve my goal.”

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7 Jul

Tu Tangata Holiday Practice Times

There is now only 3 weeks before the Tu Tangata performance. Here are the extra holiday practice times that the SMCSAO leaders have decided on.

Week 1 Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th, from 11.00 am til 3.00 pm. Mr Hurley will be supervising these days.

Week 2 Wednesday 20th, Thursday 21st, Friday 22nd from 10.00 am til 3.00 pm. Ms McInnes will be supervising these sessions.

Fa’afetai lava,
Jennie McInnes and SMCSAO Leaders.