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Welcome to our St Joseph's website

The information on this page is taken from our weekly News Blog which can be accessed at The news blog has more detailed news and photos. ​You can access our Teaching and Learning site with links to our learning blogs by going to the learning tab on this website.

What's new? Principal's updates for Week 10, Term 2 2017

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post image Milly shares one of the resources the children are using at Maori Club.
post image The video of the Year 6 rock trip can be viewed on our Facebook page.

North Otago Music Festival

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Congratulations to the Dominican Choir on your performance at the North Otago Music Festival last night. Your singing was amazing. But the best thing was you conducted yourselves with self-discipline and respect and that counts for so much more. You were immaculately turned out and a credit to your parents. Thank you Mrs Brookes for preparing the choir and Mrs Asi and Mrs Jones-Hogan for helping out backstage.

Congratulations also... our Confirmation candidates who received the Sacrament of Confirmation in a beautiful family-focused celebration on Sunday.

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A Big Thank You

A big thank you to our awesome parents who support us so well with the children's learning and development. We work particularly closely with families when a child is having difficulty and we really appreciate your positive support and cooperation. Thank you to all the parents who have helped out over the term - the sports coaches, managers and referees, parents and parishioners transporting children to Young Vinnies, parents transporting our Early Childhood Buddies, parents helping with swimming lessons, with learning trips and all the many, many ways you support us to educate your children. We are truly grateful to our community.

God bless and Aroha and we wish you a happy and safe holiday
Lorraine Frances-Rees, Principal