Tena Koutou Katoa At Mass last week the 1st reading came from Ezekiel:  Then he said to me, “Son of man, eat this scroll I am giving you and fill your stomach with it.” So I ate it, and it tasted as sweet as honey in my mouth. Father Tony explained to us that Ezekiel

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 Kia Ora Koutou As you are well aware our staffing has been under pressure this term due to illness, I thank you for your understanding during this time and want to reassure you that we continue to provide students with a quality catholic education as we navigate our way through this. Focus Value for the

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Kia Ora Sacred Heart Community Our thoughts are prayers are with Peter Crawford and his family this week. Also to Mrs Tagomoa-Kaa who will be on leave till the end of this term. Welcome to Karis Hoogeveen, Brooklyn Naidoo and Ryan Murdoch who have all joined the children in Akomanga Aroha. We hope you and

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Dear Parents This week has seen the weather take a turn for the worst – lots of stories of trampolines ending up in their neighbours property! Yesterday students in Akomanga Mana attended mass to celebrate Father Harrison’s 50th Jubilee, since being ordained as a priest. As a school, we would like to acknowledge the ongoing

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Tena Koutou Thank you to those who came along on the parent information evening regarding our school values and introducing our positive behaviour expectations for school wide. Your feedback and contributions were valuable and allowed us to see what you want for your children. For those of you who have not heard we are renaming

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Dear Parents Thank you everyone for a great response to our pink shirt day. Everyone looked fantastic and have spent part of the day completing rotations based around anti-bullying and our school values. Tomorrow staff will participate in professional development, focusing on the religious education programme. We will spend our time looking at the God

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Kia Ora Koutou Welcome back to Term 2. It has been fantastic to welcome students back this week and seeing them engage straight back into learning opportunities. This week we warmly welcome Alyssa Dawatin into Akomanga Wairua. Before the holidays staff held a teacher only day focused on Positive Behaviour for Learning. We are currently

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Kia Ora Koutou Next week is the final week of term one, I can hardly believe it! Please accept this as personal thank you for the lovely welcome I have had into the Sacred Heart community.  I also want to thank you for your understanding and flexibility while we have been dealing with Covid 19.

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Dear Parents/Caregivers The weeks seem to be rolling by quickly, there is no easing off as we approach the end of term one. In the coming weeks we have several significant events on our school calendar – On Wednesday students will finish school at 12pm. Goal setting conferences will take place in the afternoon, if

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Dear Parents/Caregivers In Pope Francis’ Lenten message, he states “For our Lenten journey in 2022, we will do well to reflect on Saint Paul’s exhortation to the Galatian’s: “Let us not grow tired of doing good, for in due time we shall reap our harvest, if we do not give up. So then, while we

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Dear Parents / Caregivers I want to thank you all for supporting the changes we have had to make navigating the Covid journey.  Please continue to ensure you keep your children at home if they are symptomatic, if you think they need to be tested for Covid contact either the health line on 0800 611

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Dear Parents Welcome to the school year of 2022. It is great to see everyone returning for this school year and to see the interactions as children, parents and teachers all starting to reconnect after what we hope has been a really lovely summer break. A special welcome to all our new whanau. We have

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