December 10, 2019

Attached is a list of Scholarships 2019Academic Prizes 2019 and our new School Leaders for 2020. Congratulations to all as we look forward to 2020!

December 4, 2019

Congratulations to all the 2019 prize winners. If you wish to view/download them you must log in with a St Catherine's College school gmail account and then select the link here. Alternatively, please contact reception here to request a photograph.

November 6, 2019

Congratulations to all the students nominated for the College Sport Wellington - 2019 Sportsperson of the Year Awards. A big congratulations to Esther Kozyniak who was a finalist for Cross Country / Road Race and to Sophia Higgs, who took out the female Volleyball Player of the Year at the College Sport Wellington Awards Dinner for 2019.

August 21, 2019

The Year 9 Food Technology class created gingerbread houses as part of the technology process. 

August 19, 2019

St Catherine's College is proud to present Ko Ngā Wahine O Te Waiata, an evening of art and music this Thursday the 22nd of August. 

July 5, 2019

International Week is always a highlight of the St Catherine's College school year. We had the annual SCC International Parade on Wednesday, highlighting a range of cultures and talents. 

June 27, 2019

St Catherine's College Junior A Basketball team had a great win on Tuesday against Kapiti 2. They have been continuing to develop their basketball skills and teamwork throughout the season. 

June 27, 2019

The Belles Voix choir performed at The Big Sing which was held at the Michael Fowler Centre on the 11th of June. They performed three songs and won a certificate for their Category One Piece, E Rere by Hirini Melbourne. 

June 26, 2019

On Sunday the 9th of June the SCC Trio featuring Alice on violin, Anna on violin and Edi on piano performed Trio Fantasia by New Zealand composer Jonathan Crehan. Thank you to Heather for taking the chamber group and Kris for your extra work with the girls throughout the past two terms. 

June 25, 2019

We had the pleasure of having Daisy Lavea-Timo come in and share her slam poetry with several of the English classes. 

Some of the Year 13 English class shared;

"I didn't expect there to be such a link between the hip-hop lyrics and Shakespeare!"

"I liked how she emphasised that poetry is for everyone. The origins of poetry come from anywhere - not just intellectuals."

"I liked it when she explained about the traditional Samoan tatau and what they symbolised."  This was in response to Daisy's incredible poem about getting a traditional malu (female tattoo) - she described the whole ceremony as if the tufuga (Samoan traditional tattooist) was the Hollywood star and the assistants were the other characters in a drama - she mentioned Taika Waititi - creator, director and actor. Her poem was so incredible - involving body slapping as she described the "tap, tap, tap" of the tufuga's chisel on the body.

Thank you so much for sharing your gifts with us! 

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