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Sports events cancelled

Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 in News

Following the government announcement today banning gatherings and events of 500 or more and in conjunction with NSOs with events scheduled this term, the board of School Sport NZ has confirmed that all events on the School Sport NZ national calendar are suspended.  

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Cancellation of Hawaii rugby trip

Sunday, March 15th, 2020 in News

Dear John Paul College community Sadly the 1 st XV rugby trip to Hawaii was cancelled last night. There has been a number of meetings over the last few days as we have all tried to understand the constantly changing situation around covid-19.  In light of the national emergency declaration in the United States and…

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ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE: Stretching Students To Do Better

Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 in News

The absolute pass rates at John Paul College are excellent with nearly a 100% pass rate at levels 1, 2 and 3 of NCEA. In addition to this, most students achieve to a high level, gaining excellence credits and endorsements. Notwithstanding this, teachers are disappointed that a small group of students are happy to gain…

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Wednesday, March 4th, 2020 in News

This year, the Year 12 Faith in Action students are co-ordinating the collection of duvets/inners, blankets, sheets, towels and pillow cases for the Women’s Refuge and homeless in Rotorua. We are asking for your support with this. The items can be new or used and clean. We will be collecting over Term 1 and 2…

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John Paul College Future Enrolments

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2020 in News

JPC will be launching an online enrolment process in the near future. Please wait until that process is live on our website before enquiring about enrolments for 2021.

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Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 in News

On Friday 7th of February, 113 students (375 entries) competed in the JPC swimming championships. A great morning of swimming start at 9am and finish at lunchtime. A total of 4 records were broken. Karolina Joyce Year 8 Girl broke 2 records: 100m Freestyle (1998) – 50m Breaststroke (2005) Ariel Muchirahondo Year 7 Boy broke…

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