RONCALLI COLLEGE

TIMARU, NEW ZEALAND

Term 2 2014 Roundup

Week 9
The Addams Family
Production Practices
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Week 8  
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Roncalli Day Celebrations
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Concert in the Church
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 Week 6 & 7
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The Addams Family
(L-R: Luke Robb, Catherine Ward, Kate Esler, Alex Gourdie, Alex McCoid)
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Aoraki Secondary Schools Cycling Championship
Week 5
2014 Aoraki Cross Country 005(copy)
Aoraki Cross Country
Academic Assembly
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Big Sing
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Week 4 - Wellbeing Week
3E2Q6788(copy)
Roncalli Cross Country
3E2Q6793(copy)
Week 3, Term 2
From an Assembly Report from Emma Goddard Year 12
"I’ve just come to speak to you today about an issue that happened under a month ago in a country called Nigeria. As most of you may have heard on the news, over 300 girls were taken from there dorms in the middle of the night in a town called Chibok on 14 April. On the night of the abduction over 300 girls were kidnaped, with 276 still missing. The students were aged between 15 and 18 years old. Reports indicated some have been forced into marriage with their extremist abductors, or have been taken across borders. A foundation called Save the Children helps gives children in the world what every child deserves, a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When disaster strikes, they put children's needs first. The Save the Children foundation is horrified by the abduction of the schoolgirls in Nigeria. As a children’s rights organization they believe every boy and girl has the right to be educated and to be protected against all forms of violence. Save the Children urges that those responsible for the abduction of the schoolgirls ensure their safe and immediate return to their families and communities. This abduction case is a timely reminder of the importance of standing against all forms of violence against children and attacks on schools. Not only have organisations such as Save the Children got in behind this but many celebs have as well. “Bring our girls back” is a saying that is being used all around the world to attract the attention of showing our support to the families who have lost their daughters in this horrible display of terrorism. And as Roncallians it is only right that we show our support as well.  We have sent the following photo to save the children so that they may use it in protesting and partitions in support of the girls in Nigeria and displayed it on Facebook in order to raise awareness. Girl’s high school and Craighead school from Timaru, Marist Girls High from Auckland and Pompallier Catholic College from Whangerei have joined us support of the girls and have also taken similar actions. You can help us to support the girls by donating to save the children at www.savethechildren.org.nz.” 
Supporting Nigerian Girls
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Careers Expo
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Aoraki Secondary Schools Archery Champs
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Students & Staff took a stand against Bullying
Week 2
 
Netball 18 May 2014 041(copy) Div3 Boys Hockey11(copy) Monday Night Badminton (5)(copy)
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Sport at Roncalli
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JK visit (3)(copy)
Visit from Sir John Kirwan
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Press Cup Rugby
Roncalli 1st XV v TBHS
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Week 1, Term 2
Summer Sports Prize Giving
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summer sports prizegiving (1)(copy)
1st xv vs Rangiora HS  (7)(copy)
Press Cup Rugby
Roncalli 1st XV v Rangiora High School
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