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Who We Are

Sacred Heart College is a Catholic Integrated Girls College in Lower Hutt, New Zealand, providing secondary education from Year 9 to Year 13.

Sacred Heart College holds traditional values where excellence is pursued and celebrated within a caring and Christian atmosphere.

Sacred Heart College holds high expectations of Academic success and also offers a wide range of sporting and cultural opportunities.

Mission Statement

Sacred Heart College inspires each student to reach her full potential through an education built on Gospel values, while providing opportunities for leadership and continuing excellence in her chosen pursuits.

News

Enrolments for Year 9, 2020

After Monday 1 July 2019 applications can be made by collecting an enrolment pack from the main office at Sacred Heart College or having it emailed to you.  More information about enrolment and the upcoming interviews can be found on our enrolment page.  

July Newsletter


2019 Caritas SINGout4JUSTICE

The theme for this year's competition was 'Home for Good' "linking in with the Caritas 2019 resource focus of South Sudan and the issue of displacement and the challenges faced by millions around the world who have no home".  www.caritas.org.nz

Congratulations to the following students for their success in the Senior section of the competition:

First place Yr 11 students Aretha Jane Mason, Sian Pegler, Cayen Tan Vegafria and Elena Grasso with their song 'Stars'.  

In a close second place were Y12 students Shanille Lat and Ngarangi Sadlier-Patmore with their song 'A Home' (last year's winners). 

Well done girls, we are proud of your abilities and success.

 

Feast Day Artwork

Following Mass, which was celebrated by Cardinal John Dew, our Feast Day artwork was unveiled and blessed.  This year this is a set of Rosary Beads which were designed and created by Nikki Payne.  Each form class was assigned a bead and together they made the Rosary.  We are so pleased with the result and the beads hang proudly on the wall in the Lawson Foyer.  They will be a constant reminder of Mary our Mother and her love for us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Election of Parent Representatives to the Board of Trustees

14 June  We thank all parents and caregivers whose names were put forward for the election.  We thank you for wanting to serve our school.

Congratulations to the following on being elected:

Nicola Medway
Rae Peters
Jeanette Quill-Wilcock
Vikki-Lee Remuera
Karen Skeet

The Board of Proprietor's (Mission Colleges Lower Hutt Trust Board) representatives on the BOT are:

Josephine Collins
Gina Foster
Rowan Southee
Richard Te One


Richard Te One
Chairperson, Board of Trustees

The Big Sing 2019

14 June  Congratulations to SHC choir 'Sonore' for taking home The Big Sing/Ministry of Youth Development 'Spirit of the Festival' Youth Ambassadors Award at the Wellington Regionals held at the Michael Fowler Centre on Wednesday.  The 'Spirit of the Festival' is awarded to the choir and its members who exemplify the spirit of The Big Sing by their encouragement of leadership, community participation, collaboration and innovation.

'Best Performance by a Student Accompanist' went to SHC's Jasmine Robinson (piano), Emily McGoldrick (drums) and Nina Owles (acoustic guitar).  Congratulations girls.


Mission Cup/Te Toa

4 June 2019  Thank you to everyone who contributed to making the tournament weekend one to remember.  Particular thanks to Catherine Brennan, Rachael Chandler and Dale Stechman for their organisation.

Congratulations to our netball team on winning the Mission Cup.  They won all four of their games with a 33-31 win in the last game vs New Plymouth.  The hockey team also did well winning two games to place 3rd overall in Te Toa.  

Congratulations!

31 May 2019  We are thrilled to announce that the Sweet Hearts Quartet won the Female Quartet section (out of 24 quartets) at the Regional Young Singers in Harmony Barbershop Competition yesterday.  Comprising (L to R) Jessica LawrenceNgarangi Sadlier-PatmoreAnya Dunlop-Brown, and Terina Sadlier-Patmore, the girls really entertained with musical class and flair. 

They gained great scores in all the categories of Music, Sound, Showmanship and Expression, 15 marks ahead of the next Quartet.  This enables them to go to the National Finals in Christchurch held in September.  The Sweet Notes quartet also sang really well.  We are proud of all the girls for their hard work.

 

Samoan Language Week - Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa

Our Samoan students have set up a beautiful display in the Lawson Foyer.  The girls will also be wearing their puletasi in celebration.

The week's theme this year is 'Lalaga le si'osi'omaga mo se lumana'i manuia'  'Weave an environment for a better future'.

This week ...

Monday, 22 July

First Day of Term 3
Welcome back
3.30pm - Debating Club

Tuesday, 23 July

Wednesday, 24 July

8.45am - Yr 12/13 Bush Walk
3.30pm - Homework Club
3.30pm - Maori Achieve

Thursday, 25 July

3.30pm - Big Sister Programme
3.30pm - CSW Jnr Badminton Finals

Friday, 26 July

11.00am - Sister City Tempe Student Exchange Presentation in F1

Saturday, 27 July

Sunday, 28 July

Mountain Biking (Polhill)

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