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The Russell McVeagh Wellington Regional Debating Competition was held over the weekend of May 11th/12th. This year we entered two teams in this great competition. Both teams completed a total of four limited preparation debates (with only 30 minutes to … Continue reading
Year 13 Media Studies students Anne Isaac, Tessa Reid & Rachel Duignan have been announced winners of the Trade Aid section in the nationwide Inspiring Films Competition. More information about the contest available here > The girls attended the Festival … Continue reading
Sensational sisters, Ella (year 11) & Grace (year 13) Jansen, have both topped the country in the Australasian English Competition (ICAS), gaining the highest score for all Year students. Ella Jansen achieved a High Distinction (top 1%) and was placed … Continue reading
Talented Year 13 Media Studies Students – Anne Isaac, Rachel Duignan and Tessa Reid have been announced one of three finalists in the New Zealand wide Inspiring Films Competition. Their short film titled “Silencio” has been shortlisted in the Human … Continue reading
Beginning on Monday 23 July – 10 September 2012, Claire Hewitt of Fast Forward Theatre Company will be offering extra-curricular Drama classes at the college to the students of St Catherine’s and those from other classes. These classes have a … Continue reading
Last week the St Catherine’s College Year 13 Geography class went on an exciting trip to Greytown, Martinborough, Carterton and Featherston to study tourism. An amazing opportunity where students got to interview local people and visit different types of accommodation … Continue reading
On Friday 25th of May, St Catherine’s College, Media Studies students were offered the exciting opportunity of taking part in a 1-day on-site Filmmaking & Storytelling Workshop. The workshop was hosted by the Inspiring Stories Trust and run by two … Continue reading
On Friday 11th of May, St Catherine’s College Year 11 Geography students went to the Wairarapa to look at “sustainability” of dairy farming. The students said it was a successful trip, being exposed to a lot of what they had … Continue reading
The New Zealand author Joanna Orwin came and talked to a group of year 10,11,12 students about her new book ‘Sacrifice’ and the process of writing fiction. ‘Sacrifice’ is a finalist in the 2012 New Zealand Post Book Awards. She … Continue reading
Year 12 student, Gabrielle Armstrong-Scott has recently reached new heights, being awarded the United World Colleges Scholarship for 2012. This very prestigious and sought-after scholarship will take Gabe away from New Zealand in August of this year, to Li Po … Continue reading