21st May 2020

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Dear Parents
Welcome back to Term 2 at Level 2, it has certainly been an interesting couple of months as the country has dealt with the fall out from the Covid-19 pandemic.

School has returned to normal with some minor changes. Some are temporary, others we hope will continue into the future.

  • It has been a good restart to school but we have noticed we have a lot of very tired and increasingly stressed children which is very understandable. Getting back to the routines of school will help with this and  the occasional sleep-in  if needed.

  • Contact tracing is compulsory at present – all parents / visitors are to sign in and out of school.

  • Use of sanitise and rigorous hand washing will continue as will sending home any children coughing, sneezing or with runny noses. 

  • Drop off and pick ups before and after school is working well and we will continue this until the end of the term at least.  This is why we have asked all children to stay off the playground equipment after school.

  • At present we don’t know what the future will hold for any school sport or cultural events but it is presumed most will be cancelled in the interim.

  • There will be a Teachers Only Days on Friday 19th June.

  • We will hold parent interviews on the 29 & 30th June. There will be an online booking  system for this.

Please look at this article from the Catholic Education Office, there are some nice photos of our school and a request for contact details from the Office for all our families.

Brett Hamilton – Board Chair
Hello everyone, I hope you and your family have come through lock down ok and are doing as well as can be expected, Unbelievable in this day and age that we would see the world struck down with a pandemic that man kind could not cure. Thanks for supporting Peter and the team with the policies that the school has in place to reduce the risk of spread within the school should there be an unlikely outbreak of Covid 19.  Thanks to Peter and staff for setting up and persevering with the distance learning content, the board have received only positive feedback on this was rolled out.

The Sacred Heart School Board has considerable ambition with the grounds around the school and have had a couple of attempts at working bees to spruce up and development the outdoor environment however these haven’t eventuated due to either weather or lack of interest. Going forward if you have an  interest with the development of this environment please text your number to 0274323018.

A couple of days prior to undertake a task we will send a group text out as to what we are doing and if it suits you will be welcome to participate. Some of the tasks the board have in mind are securely fencing all the school boundaries, creating a fitness track around the perimeter of the east field which will also double as a dry track for those family’s accessing school from Northwood, fitting new basketball hoop back board. The list goes on! Keen to hear from those wanting to help.

Take care out there and which catch up in the future.
Many thanks Brett

Faith Facts
Week 6: 18th May – 22nd (White)
Sixth week of Easter
20th St Bernardine of Spain
21st St Rita of Cascia
24th World Communications Day
24th 5th anniversary of Laudato Si’ 

VATICAN CITY — With fake news becoming ever more sophisticated, people need the wisdom, courage and patience to discern and embrace onstructive stories, Pope Francis said “We need stories that reveal who we truly are, also in the untold heroism of everyday life,” Pope Francis wrote in his message for World Communications Day 2020.

Laudato Si 
It is an inspirational letter from Pope Frances that calls for us to examine our hearts, transform our social values and take action for global solidarity. The encyclical captures the interconnectedness of social, economic and environmental justice in building and protecting Our Common Home.


Week 7 25th – 29th May (White)
24th The Ascension of Jesus
25th Our Lady Help of Christians
26th St Philip of Neri
29th St Paul VI, Pope
25-31 May Week of Prayer for Christian Unity

Mary Help of Christians - Wikiwand

Mary as Help of Christians is part of the oldest prayer addressed directly to Mary in the 3rd century. Beneath your compassion, We take refuge, O Theotokos [God-bearer]: do not despise our petitions in time of trouble: but rescue us from dangers, only pure, only blessed one. (Translated from Greek)    Prayer for Christian Unity 2020 Theme

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 2020 : 19 Jan, Par – Churches ...

 “They Showed Us Unusual Kindness” (cf. Acts 28:2). In 2020, we are being called to show unusual kindness towards one another.”  During the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity, Churches of all faiths are called together to form a vibrant and prayerful witness for Christian Unity by heeding Jesus’s prayer “that they all may be one.”  Prayer of St Paul VI (Pope)
Make us worthy, Lord, to serve our fellow-men throughout the world who live and die in poverty and hunger. Give them through our hands, this day their daily bread, and by our understanding love, give peace and joy.Padre Pio's letter to Pope Paul VI on Humanae Vitae ...

New Entrants
We welcome Rosa Cowan, Hailey Ryder, Aleesha Banger and Reuben Murray who joined the children here at Sacred Heart on Monday. We hope they enjoy their time here. Certainly unusual times having to wait until lockdown finished before they could start school.

Charism Awards
Congratulations to Jordis Murray who was our Charism winner this week. Also to Nathan Frampton, who had outstanding reading during lockdown.


PTA Oyster Raffle
We now ask for all cards and money to be returned to school please by Tuesday 2nd June. The raffle will be drawn and the winners announced on Friday 5th June, with pick up (weather depending) on Monday 8th June.  We thank you for supporting this fundraiser. 

Subway Orders on Thursdays
If you would like to order Subway online, which will automatically be delivered to school, please go to:  www.subwayexpress.co.nz, select school lunch programme, then select Sacred Heart School Invercargill. Follow the prompts to order and pay online.

Winter Shorts
A reminder we sell winter shorts at school. These are pull up with no belt or buckle @ $20 each. 

Tika Class Happenings



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19th March 2020

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Dear Parents
It has been an interesting week with the first case of COVID-19 in Invercargill and a lot of uncertainty around how the border shutdown will affect our economy going forward. In the education system there has been a lot of discussion around the pros and cons of closing schools to help prevent the possible spread of the virus. At this point in time there has been no move to do this which I agree with.

Most schools have been discussing how to provide online or home based learning in the advent of school closures and I would ask ALL families to please complete this survey to give us some information about home networks. The link is below:

Distance Learning Survey

COVID-19 Update
Here is the latest information from the Ministry in Invercargill about COVID-19.

With so much information and misinformation swirling around about COVID-19, I wanted to share with you what will happen if we were to have a case in our school community. We have been planning for this and are in a position to respond quickly.

As soon as a case is confirmed in our immediate school community (eg. a student, staff member, or member of their household), the Medical Officer of Health and Ministry of Education will inform me about this, and we will work together to get quick and clear messaging out to you

  • If there was a case confirmed of someone in our school, we will likely be asked to close temporarily by the Medical Officer of Health. This will allow time for close contacts to be traced, appropriate testing to be undertaken, and a careful clean of the school to be undertaken.
  • If our school does need to close temporarily, we will have a plan in place to support student’s learning.

We know COVID-19 feels scary and of course people are concerned for the wellbeing of our children. Please be assured that with no case confirmed in our school, your children are safe here.
Good hygiene is a priority at our school, and we are reinforcing this regularly with all students and staff. We know that practicing good hygiene is still the best thing we can all do to prevent illness.
We are getting the most up to date advice and guidance so that we can confidently make informed decisions about the safety and wellbeing of our school community. 


Faith Facts
WEEK 8 16th – 20th March
3rd Week of Lent (Pray, Fast, Give)
17th St Patrick’s Day
19th St Joseph
The Gospel for the Third Week of Lent John 4:5-42
Jesus reveals himself to the Samaritan woman at the well.

In Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman, we learn about the fullness of God’s mercy. The woman is a Samaritan, and Samaritans were people with whom observant Jews had no contact. She is also an outcast in Samaritan society. Yet Jesus reaches out to this woman and brings her hope and a new knowledge God.

Let’s pray for the outcast in our society. May we and others have the courage to reach out to them and like Jesus bring mercy and hope.

WEEK 9 23rd – 27th March
Week of Lent (Pray, Fast, Give)
25th The Annunciation of Jesus
The Gospel for the Fourth Week of Lent John 9:1-41

Jesus heals the man born blind and reveals himself to him as the Son of Man.

Young people today are often bombarded with so much stimulation that it is easy for them to miss what is right in front of their eyes. This Sunday’s Gospel reminds us that Jesus helps us see what is truly important in life.

Congratulations to Chloe Murdoch who received our Charism for Week 7 and the children who received certificates.  

Scholastic Bookclub Issue 2 – Closes Monday 23rd March.

Lost Hoodie – No name on the back, but Thorne on the tag. Please check if your child has this at home. 

Gifted Bikes from IDEA Services
Many thanks to Hayden who came along to school yesterday with a donation of 4 bikes for our school. 

Tika Class Happenings
Recently in Tika, we have been learning about similes (comparing one thing to another) We have been working hard to implement these into our writing and identify any in our reading books.

Have a look at our wonderful “Colour Monsters


Aroha and Tika have been enjoying PMP every Thursday. It is great to see all our physical skills been put to the test!

Community Notices

Help Required
An older lady in our neighbourhood who has recently lost her licence is looking for a trustworthy, reliable, pleasant female to take on her on shopping errands to town and do the odd job. Must have drivers licence. Tea, Cake and gossip supplied. Enquiries are directed to 2157276.

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5th March 2020

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5th March 2020

Dear Parents
Thanks to all the parents who were able to help at swimming for the past two weeks, your help was much appreciated.

The Convent Cup sport day for our senior children will be held at Verdon College on Friday 27th March. We are currently getting quotes to have the netball courts remarked so hope to have that done shortly.

WEEK 6 2nd – 6th March
1st Week of Lent (Pray, Fast, Give)

Caritas Lenten Program
The theme for Lent 2020 is Renewed by the Spirit. Pope Francis challenges us all to be transformed and renewed by the Spirit so that we can follow the path of love. When we do this we become God’s ambassadors on Earth.
The 2020 our school resources are entitled Caritas in Action: Restoring Hope and Spreading Love and feature inspiring stories from all around the world of how Caritas is working alongside communities in need to restore hope and help them overcome challenges.
WEEK 7 9th – 13th March
Week of Lent (Pray, Fast, Give)
13th March Anniversary of Pope Francis election 2013

Sundays first reading was Genesis 12:1-4, The Call of Abram
The Lord had said to Abram, “Go from your country, your people and your father’s household to the land I will show you. “I will make you into a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, and you will be a blessing.

Pope Francis 2019 The courage to take a risk for God’s promise
“The Lord’s call … it is the loving initiative whereby God encounters us and invites us to be part of a great undertaking.  … Every vocation is a summons not to stand on the shore, nets in hand, but to follow Jesus on the path he has marked out for us, for our own happiness and for the good of those around us.”

We give thanks God for all those who have chosen the vacation of parenthood.  May you always be a blessing to your family and to others.  May you remember you have been and are blessed.

Congratulations to our recent Charism award winners and all the children who received certificates. 

Swimming Championships – The annual swimming champs are taking place on Sunday 5th April at Splash Palace. If your child is a competitive swimmer and would like to enter the championships, please contact me. Entries close 20th March 2020. 

Manaaki Class Happenings – Last week we were lucky and had a netball training with some of the Southern Steel squad. 

 On Thursday we had fun at Queen’s Park.

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13th February 2020

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13 February 2020

Dear Parents 

Welcome back to a new year at Sacred Heart School. A big thanks to the families who were able to join us last weekend for our Mass and school opening. It was good to have Bishop Michael here to bless the school for us.

Welcome to our new pupils: Maddon Barbour, Tysyn Sutherland, Oliver Duggan, Elizabeth Chong, Nevaeh Tagomoa-Kaa, Reveesha Mendis, Austin Cooper, Raiden Harry, Trinav Vinayak,  Vaughn Chalmers and Blake Mouat. We certainly hope they and their families, enjoy their time at Sacred Heart. 

We have started the year with 97 children which is down on previous years. While we advertise in local pre-schools and kindergartens,  parent recommendations count a lot when new parents are looking around schools. We need at least 15-20 new enrolments this year to sustain our teaching numbers. If you know of any prospective enrolments, please contact  Mrs Russell or myself.
Working Bee
The Working Bee planned for tomorrow has been postponed till further notice. Thanks to those parents who replied that they could help. We will let you know when another date has been set.
School Communication
We will continue to use MailChimp for bulk school emails. Class teachers will also have group emails for specific information. If you are not getting the school emails please check all your spam and junk mail folders as this is a subscription based service and some mail filters block these. 
You can also download an app for your phone called SchoolStream which is free and notifies you when there are school notices. Please see me if you want to know more about this.
Scholastic Bookclub – Issue 1 closes on Friday 21 February.  
Subway is available on Thursdays for the children to order.  Envelopes are available from the office, so please help yourselves. Orders must be in before 9am on this day, and deliveries will be back at school by 11.30am.

Lost Jersey – We have a lost jersey already, with the name Nathan Frampton on the tag. Please check your child is wearing the correct one. 

Congratulations to the children who received certificates at assembly this morning.

Community Notices 

The Marist Cricket Club are looking for boys and girls in years 4, 5, 6 to play cricket on Saturday mornings. Approximately 5 games per term. Coaching and practice on Thursdays at 5.30 at Marist. Safe and fun games of approx 3 hours. Gear supplied. All involved have a lot of fun.
Please contact Hamish Murie on hmurie@xtra.co.nz  or 027-490-4748 for more information.

After school comics and drawing classes – Fun drawing projects and activities @ Ivan Bulling’s Furniture, 43 Tay Street from  3.30 – 5.30pm. $10. For more information please contact Austin on 0204 180 838 or Estelle on 0204 136 9558.

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13th December 2019

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Dear Parents 

Congratulations to the children who were named house captain or vice captain at our End of Year Mass on Wednesday night. We look forward to seeing your lead the school in 2020.

We also congratulate the children who were awarded badges as Year 6 Leaders for 2020. 

Sadly we farewell 10 families. We thank them for their support over the years: Brown, Dennis, Dudfield, Enriquez, Ganaha, Lee, Maxwell, McLean, Oosterbroek and Winter.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Hutton family this week.

PTA Truffles – A huge thank you to families for supporting this fundraiser. $1500 was raised for the school to purchase new furniture for the library and a new shared space, as well as paying for the leases for school devices used by the children.

We wish all our families a safe and happy festive season and look forward to seeing you all back on Wednesday 29th January 2020.

Below are photos taken in the last fortnight.

Tough Kids

Convent Cup

Thanks to the PTA we loved our visit from Mr Whippy.

2019 Special Awards


Southland Under 11 girls Touch Team – Isla Baron and Molly Duffy were in  this  team over the past few weeks.  They won their grade for the Touch Southland Development Tournament. They played awesome to bet Queenstown who wasted them in the initial pool game. Congratulations girls, we look forward to hearing more next year. 

Community Notices 

Please help me find my cat. I can be contacted at  zajon.properties@gmail.com or  022 404 3545. 



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28th November 2019

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29 November

Dear Parents
Thanks for the parent help at swimming, we have 4 sessions left (no swimming next Wednesday) and it has been pleasing to see the progress made by a lot of the children.

Tomorrow our senior children are away to Verdon College to take part in the Convent Cup. Thanks to the parents who have volunteered to coach the teams, we look forward to an enjoyable day.

A reminder about some of the end of term events:

  • Mission Fair – 3/12 @ 1.30pm
  • Tough Kids – Rm 8&9 – 4/12
  • End of Year Mass – 11/12 @ 5.45pm
  • Year 6 Day and Leavers Night – 10/12
  • Last day of school – 12/12 @ 12.30 
  • School re-opens 2020 – 29/1/2020

Faith Facts
Week 7: November 25th – 29th
24th Feast of Christ the King
26th 150 years of the Dunedin Diocese
30th St Andrew apostle

Bishop Patrick Moran
First Bishop of Dunedin 1869 – 1895
Patrick Joseph Moran was Born in Rathdrum, County Wicklow, Ireland in May 1823. He was ordained a priest in 1847 and served in Dublin until 1856. In 1856 he was consecrated bishop and sent to South Africa. At 33 he was the youngest Bishop in world at that time. In 1869 Bishop Moran was appointed the first Bishop of the newly created Diocese of Dunedin which was Otago and Southland. Bishop Moran campaigned strenuously (unsuccessful in his time) for state funded education for Catholic schools. He died in May 1895

Week 8: December 2nd – 6th     1st Week of Advent – Hope
6th St Nicolas
On the first Sunday of Advent, the first purple candle (symbolising hope) on the advent wreath is lit. This candle is typically called the “Prophecy Candle” in remembrance of the prophets, primarily Isaiah, who foretold the birth of Christ.

Pope Francis Prayer That every country determines to take the necessary measures to make the future of the very young, especially those who suffer, a priority.

Let’s pray this week in the first week of Advent for those children who have nothing and suffer in slavery.

Yes there are an estimated 152 million children in forced labour throughout the world today. Millions of those children are slaves.

O God, when we hear of children and adults being deceived and taken to unknown places for purposes of sexual exploitation, forced labour, and organ ‘harvesting’, our hearts are saddened and our spirits angry that their dignity and rights are ignored through threats, lies, and force. We cry out against the evil practice of this modern slavery and pray for it to end. Give us wisdom and courage to reach out and stand up for those whose bodies, hearts and spirits have been so wounded, so that together we may make real your promises to fill these sisters and brothers with a love that is tender and good. Give them hope. Send the exploiters away empty-handed to be converted from this wickedness and help us all to claim the freedom that is your gift to your children. Amen

Lost and Found Clothing
Below is a photo of the huge amount of clothing in our lost and found bin. Please come and have a look to check if anything belongs to your child. Most items are unnamed, which makes it extremely difficult to find the owner. N.B All unclaimed items will be taken to the Vincent de Paul shop next week.  

Mission Fair
On Tuesday the 3rd of December, we are having an in-school Mission Fair. This is a child-focussed market. The purpose of the fair is to give the children the opportunity to follow the process of manufacturing something and then finding out how to sell and purchase items. Classes are in the process of preparing small crafts to sell during the afternoon. Items will sell for up to $1. The money raised will go to our Missions – including the World Vision girl we have sponsored for over 10 years now. 
The children are to wear their sports uniform and bring a small amount of change to purchase items. Thank you for your support with this.

Congratulations to Cookie Le who was our Charism winner last week, and to the children who received certificates. 


A big thanks to the coaches and supporters, without your help we would not be able to field teams in these competitions. Your assistance is much appreciated.

Well done to our Year 5/6 girls, who were placed 3rd overall.

And to our Year 3/4 mixed team, who were unbeaten all season, then went down by 2 in the final seconds. 

Class Happenings
Room 8 are very happy to have moved into our new classroom.  We are very excited about our new space and are looking forward to having our new name. You are all welcome to come and have a look around.

Community Notices

Nativity Photos – Christmas Photos with a difference. Come and have your Christmas photo taken in a Nativity scene. Costumes available if you wish to dress up. Sat 7th, 14th,  21st Dec 10-4, Mon-Fri 16th – 20th Dec 10-12, 2-4, Manna Bookshop, 90 Spey Street, Invercargill.

Out of School Music – We are now taking enrolments for 2020. Classes
start Feb 23rd and are run from Girl’s High. These classes suit children from 5 years up. For details please contact Deborah admin@osmc.co.nz,              ph 216-5137 (answerphone) or Facebook ‘out of school music classes’.

A Long Walk Picton to Bluff
Tim Adams fulfils his longtime dream of walking from Picton to Bluff to raise funds for the Cancer Society of New Zealand in honour of his grandfather. 
A walk as long as the South Island. I am Tim Adams and I am going to walk from Picton to Bluff to make a difference! I will walk the length of the South Island of New Zealand to raise funds for the Cancer Society of New Zealand.
I will be carrying photos given to me by family friends and strangers, of those affected by Cancer – they will be walking the distance with me. One of the photos I am carrying is of my Grandad who suffered from lung cancer and passed away when I was twelve years old.
I would love to carry a photo of anyone who has been affected by Cancer. I would also love to hear their stories of the loved ones in the photos and share them during my walk. I will be posting my planned routes on social media and inviting people to walk parts of the journey with me. I want to get my message out so more people can help support the Cancer Society with my journey.
Start date: Saturday, 30 November 2019 Duration: Approximately 23 days Distance: Approximately 960km Distance to walk per day: Approximately 41.7km
Why I am walking a.k.a Cancer sucks!
I am thirty five years old and I have been affected by Cancer. Since I was in my early twenties I have wanted to complete a long walk to raise money for the Cancer Society of New Zealand.
I served in the New Zealand Army for almost a decade. Being a soldier walking and marching becomes your bread-and-butter daily routine. You learn to dig deep and to carry on when the going gets tough. I have been training in recent weeks and I have built a substantial support system from my family and friends but also from partners and sponsors all over New Zealand who have become involved in a variety of ways, and the list of helpers is growing every week.
Like so many others in New Zealand who are affected by this disease, I have lost family and friends and I have been denied the opportunity to meet some really great people because they left us much too soon.
My first experience with cancer was when my Grandad had been diagnosed with lung cancer in his late fifties. I was only twelve years old when he passed. I am not alone in this experience; approximately ninety percent of the population is affected physically or emotionally by the big C.
“Late last year a very good friend shared with me about their family member who was struggling with this cruel disease. That person, who I was not lucky enough to meet, ignited a fire to get me off my arse and finally do the walk.”
This is the year! Together we are stronger and together we can help one another!
Contact details and links, Tim Adams e: Pictontobluff@gmail.com
m: 0273805892. Donation page Cancer Society of New Zealand
Facebook Page for the event https://tinyurl.com/A-Long-walk-P2B
Instagram account for the event: https://www.instagram.com/a_long_walk_920/


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14th November 2019

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Dear Parents
We have a couple of busy weeks ahead with swimming starting next Thursday until Friday 6/12. As we are in the pool at 10am we would prefer all children to wear their sports uniforms with their togs underneath. Also footwear that is easy to get on and off if possible.

On Friday 29/11 the Year 5&6 children will be taking part in the Convent Cup at Verdon College. A big thanks to the parents who have offered to manage and coach the teams, your support is much appreciated.

We will be having a school mission fair on 3/12 after swimming and the senior children will be going to Tough Kids at Rugby Park on 4/12.

Faith Facts
Week 5: November 11th-15th
11th Armistice or Remembrance Day
Anniversary of the signing of the Armistice and the end of WWI
11th St Martin of Tours
12th St Josaphat
16th St Margaret of Scotland
16th Saint Gertrude
First issue of Otago Daily Times published 15 November 1861. The first centre in New Zealand to have a daily paper.

Let’s pray this week for all journalist and all who work in the media.
Help them Jesus to be bold to confront evil and injustice: with understanding and compassionate of human weakness; rejecting alike the half-truth which deceives, and the slanted word which corrupts. May the power which is theirs always be used with honesty and courage, with respect and integrity, so that when all here has been written, said and done, they may, unashamed, to meet God face to face.

Week 6: November 18th – 22nd  
18th Sts Peter and Paul apostles
21st Presentation of Mary
22nd St Cecelia
The Feast of the Presentation is the Feast day of the Presentation Sisters who came to teach in New Zealand in 1950 from Ireland and a small group arrived in Green Island Dunedin in 1954. Their Foundress was Nano Nagle. St Peter Chanel School in Green Island was stared by the Presentation Sisters. The Nano Nagle Trust supports many families and children throughout New Zealand in Catholic Schools.

Congratulations to our latest Charism Winners, Charlotte Pickett and McKenzie Blight-Cranston, and all the children who received certificates. 



Please have all fees paid up by next Wednesday. This includes, futsal, miniball, touch, cricket and outstanding activity fees. Thank you.

A reminder we have 32% of our families behind, or not attempting to make their payments. We alone have $20,869 in outstanding accounts, so we urge you to contact the Catholic Education Office in Dunedin (03) 4741994 / dues@cdd.org.nz to arrange setting up a direct credit. If you are not sure of your balance, please phone Christine.

Bookclub Issue 8 – Closes Wednesday 20 November.

Calendars – This week your child has completed a picture that will be made into a 2020 calendar. These can be viewed at the school office from this Monday. Order forms are available from the class teacher @ $12 each, which can be paid in cash or online at: Sacred Heart School:                  031746-0042033-00. Orders must be in to the office by next Friday (22nd).

Room 3 Class Happenings 
On Tuesday we had a visit from Environment Southland, educating us on boat safety. We all learnt how to fit a life jacket properly to keep us safe in the water. 

Community Notices

Roll n Roll Nationals – Fundraiser
Do you want LOVELY LUSH LAWNS?? This is for you!
LILYANA”S UREA (pay on delivery, ph or txt before Nov 20th to order 0274784419). Lilyana Ultee is selling UREA to fundraise for the 2020 Rock n Roll Nationals in Hamilton! UREA Provides a fast-acting source of Nitrogen, Suitable for garden beds and lawns to make them green, lush and healthy!
1KG bags for $6 per bag, or 2 bags for $10 (approx $10/kg in most garden stores). Application: 1 tbl/square metre.

Tickets can be purchased at the IWMC or online via the events facebook page, here is a link https://www.facebook.com/events/686895861798486/

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