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St Catherine’s NCEA Results 2013

St Catherines Results 2013

Athletics Day 2014

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Impressive French NCEA Results

french flagCongratulations to the following students who gained a French Excellence endorsement in NCEA and who will receive a Certificate of Excellence from the NZ Association of Language Teachers:

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
Sophia Basile
Tabatha Billington
Medeleine Reese
Clare Sullivan
Charyne Sundgren
Caitlin de Reeper
Ella Jansen
Hannah King
Julia Ryan
Nera Tautau
Luigi Cacace (SPC)
Karishma Patel
Felix Bornholdt (SPC)
James Ramsay (SPC)

The following students gained French Merit endorsements:

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3
Anna Cacace
Lauren Duggan
Terena Federico
Martha Mallon
Hope Savali
Sian Gregan
John Miklos (SPC)
Joanah Ngan-Woo
James Berry (SPC)
Timothy Helbano (SPC)

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Collecting money for the SPCA

Steph and Anne collectingOn Friday 8th November, Steph Becker, one of our year 12 students, Anne Ashby, our superb Careers advisor, and the very handsome ‘Guinness’ stood outside the optometrists shop in Kilbirnie. Why? They were collecting money for the S.P.C.A.

Steph has been volunteering at the S.P.C.A since the beginning of the year and knows first-hand what a wonderful job they do looking after animals that need help. It is something Steph has found very rewarding so she was very keen to help out on the collection day too.

Steph and Guinness
The trio raised a lot of money from people who went past that morning. Guinness the dog belongs to another ‘Steph’ who is an S.P.C.A coordinator. He was particularly well behaved and great company!

If you want a pet go along to the SPCA and there are always lots of cats, dogs ,rabbits even chickens sometimes, wanting a new home. Look out for Steph on S.P.C.A collection day next year.

Kathy Ryan wins award for dedication to SCC students!

Kathy Ryan Rotary Award in Welcom.25Oct13

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Girls argue their way to a great debating win

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Emily, Julia, and Clare with the Fred McComish Cup

The St Catherine’s College Senior Premier B debating team won their grade in the Wellington Speaking Union’s Intercollegiate Debating Competition in style last night. After a long season of debating (five round-robin debates, plus the quarter-final and semi-final), the girls triumphed over Scots College, affirming the moot “that this house would compel journalists to reveal their sources”.

The win was even more commendable because one of our regular third speaker, Amy Campbell, was unable to compete in the final as she has left to go on exchange to France. The girls were not daunted, however, and Clare Sullivan stepped up from the Senior Certificate team and helped out. Clare took on the first speaker’s role, while Julia Ryan and Emily van Voornveld showed their debating flexibility and took on the other two speaking positions for the evening.

The girls won the Fred McComish Cup for Senior Premier B debating, and Julia Ryan was judged the Best Speaker of the night. We are very proud of them, especially given that the Scots College team is made up of two Year 12s and a Year 13, while our team is two Year 12s and a Year 11. The team has worked very hard under the guidance of Mrs Ryan, Victoria Casey and Grace Jansen (on her brief return from Otago University over the last week). Well done, girls!

Introducing… Bok Choy

Vasati and Bok Choy

Vasati and Bok Choy

ESOL class with Ms. Henderwood is so much fun.

Today an important visitor named Bok Choy visited one of Ms. Henderson’s ESOL classes and helped them to practice using the present continuous tense.

Learning from Bok Choy

Learning about the present continuous tense with help from a chicken!

Learning from Bok Choy

Summer assisting Bok Choy

Learning from Bok Choy

Birtukan thanking Bok Choy for her assistance

Thank you Bok Choy, and a very special thank to her helpers Summer and Ms. Henderwood!!

International Morning Tea

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Last Tuesday students held a special morning tea for SCC staff.

Students from the many different cultural groups provided tasty and exotic delights to showcase their traditional food.

Aya and Reika from Osaka made the sushi with rice from Yurie’s grandmother!

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