Rotorua | New Zealand

ROTOMATHS COMPETITION

Tuesday, September 10th, 2019 in News

The annual Rotomaths competition was held at the Rotorua Girls High School Arena last Tuesday, September 3. This year, we had 6 dedicated teams of year 7’s and 8’s. These students practiced steadily throughout Term 3 during lunchtimes and the results paid off. The competition was tough, nonetheless, 5 of our 6 teams placed in…

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MATARIKI CELEBRATIONS 2019

Monday, September 2nd, 2019 in News

Students attended Matariki Celebrations (Maori New Year) held at Te Puia.  Students participated in a unique learning experience, including a welcome, shared stories from a guest speaker, cooking sweet corn and eggs using the natural cooking pool, weaving and Maori past time games. Students viewed live demonstrations of Ta Moko and learnt about the designs and techniques…

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Chanel Shield 2019

Monday, August 19th, 2019 in News

This year’s annual  Inter-Catholic College Cultural competition Chanel Shield took place on August 16th and 17th at St John’s College in Hamilton. The competition consisted of speeches, Bible reading, debating, drama and a quiz, which this year focused on the Gospel of John. John Paul College had a team of fifteen students, Leo Schweizer, Skye…

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High standard at Rotary Club’s speech competition for students in Rotorua

Friday, August 16th, 2019 in News

There was a high standard of competition as students from Rotorua high schools presented their speeches around an interesting topic. The 54th Annual Secondary Schools Speech Competition, organised by the Rotary Club of Rotorua, was held at the Rydges Hotel on Monday evening. As is the tradition, the topic was set by the immediate past…

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Public Health Videos From Toi Te Ora

Tuesday, August 13th, 2019 in News

This video is a joint venture between Toi Te Ora and Kia Ora Hauora Midland Region, with support from Hawkes Bay Population Health, which aims to support Māori into a career in public health as one way to make a real difference and valuable contribution to the health and wellness of friends, whānau and communities….

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