News by: Rebecca Taylor



26 Oct

Rugby Sevens

On Monday October 23 the SMC Sevens Team successfully defended their Condor Regionals title comprehensively winning all the games played.

Several new players have been brought into the team so as to create an ongoing presence in rugby for St Mary’s

The results were as follows:

Pool Play
Vs Taita College – win – 41-7
Vs Naenae College – win – 49 – 0
Vs Wellington East – win – 50 – 0

Semi Final
Vs Wainiuomata High – win -34-0

Final
Vs Aotea College – win 41-7

The team now commences training to prepare to defend its national title in Auckland on December 2-3.

Mark Hurley
Manager

12 Sep
12 Sep

NZQA Fees Due

NZQA fee’s for Yr 11 – 13 due Tuesday the 12th September
A late fee of $50 to NZQA applies.
Account Number – 02-0585-0002457-002
Particulars – Surname + 1st and 2nd initial
Code: Ako Class
Reference – NZQA
12 Sep

Uber Eats

Please clarify with students that they may NOT use Uber eats to get food delivered to them at school. We have a current procedure that any food delivered to the school must go through a teacher e.g some teachers arrange pizza deliveries for special occasions – this is because of Health & Safety issues surrounding unvetted delivery drivers interacting with our students

Dr Sanders
Assistant Principal

4 Jul

University of Otago – Theology

Congratulations to the seven Year 13 students who have passed their first university paper:

Virginia Auton,            Angelica Clarke,                      Lucy Clegg,                  Meg Henderson,
Zoe Luke,                  Emily Stephens,                       Rosie Walsh.

During the first half of this year, they studied the CHTH 102 paper, The History of Christianity, through Otago University’s Distance Programme. This covered the main outlines of the history of Christianity in the early, medieval and modern periods, with emphasis on understanding how broader historical and intellectual developments have had an impact on Christianity.

There was a lot of work involved with this, but also much satisfaction. The students can be very proud of their final overall grades which ranged from A- to Bs.

Mrs Terri Helm
Teacher in Charge

27 Jun

Young Enterprise

Congratulations to our Young Enterprise team Blueprint who won $400 at the recent Dragons’ Den Regional Final. The girls will use these funds to pay for the first print run of their children’s colouring and story book called “The Adventures of Katie and Tame…The Power of Plastic”.

Blueprint ran a successful stall at the Sustainability Trust’s Matariki Festival on Saturday. The girls are planning on donating a percentage of their profits to the Trust.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs Myers
HOD Economics and Accounting

7 Jul
26 Jun

Grandparents’ Mass

You are warmly invited to attend our Grandparents’ Mass to be held at Sacred Heart Cathedral on 7 July at 10.15am followed by morning tea.

30 Jun
26 Jun

Market Day

Market Day is this Friday at lunchtime in the gym! 85 Year 10 Economics students have been busy writing business plans, creating and now marketing their innovative products. 20 different little businesses have produced a range of fun and sustainable products including many healthy lunch options. Interested parents are welcome to come along and join in the fun.

Mrs Myers
HOD Economics and Accounting

22 Jun

Parent Daughter Breakfast Photos

Photos taken at the parent daughter breakfast can now be downloaded from the following link;
Password: 2017
7 Jun

Young Enterprise Dragon’s Den

Congratulations to Blueprint who have made it into the Final of the Young Enterprise Dragon’s Den on June 20th.  The group were placed in the top 8 out of over 100 teams from Wellington, the Hutt Valley and the Wairarapa.

Mrs Myers
HOD Economics & Accounting