Panui - John Paul II High School, Term 1 week 4
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With the confirmation of our first Covid-19 case at JPII, there has been some concern expressed about the safety of school attendance. ...
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When we woke up this morning, we found ourselves in Phase 3 of the Red-Light framework. Covid infections are ramping up nationally and ...
Covid Phase 3
New Zealand’s COVID-19 response continues amid much larger numbers of daily cases.
Hybrid Learning comes to JPII
Teachers are preparing for hybrid learning, and students were spoken to in assembly last week about hybrid learning.
Kia ora katou katoa, Bula Vinaka, Malolelei, Namaste and Kumusta
Let me start by introducing myself to those of who may not know me. My name is Ema Motu and I’m honoured to be the Junior Dean of this ...
The theme for Lent 2022 is . In our changing world we need to come together and find ways of realising our dreams. There is always ...
Seniors driving to school
We know that many students are driving to school and bringing their own car which is fantastic. The majority of these students are on ...
Calling all Keen Photographers - You could Win $5,000.00
High school students across Aotearoa are invited to take part in the inaugural De Ruiter Young Photographer of the Year
8 Apr - Chch Diocese Youth Team Visit 8 Apr - Reconciliation, JPII Meeting Room, 10.00-11.30am 11-14 Apr - Automotive (Yr 2) Trades ...
Interested in becoming a Midwife???
ARA Midwifery are holding a zoom meeting for all interested Greymouth students.
Planning on studying at University next year?
MoneyHub, a consumer finance website, has published a guide to hundreds of scholarships for any student planning to start university ...
NZ Catholic free digital issue Feb 27- Mar 12
Since we are at the “red” traffic light setting, we are providing, free of charge, a digital link to our latest issue.
New Zealand School Tournament
Kia ora tātou, It is with great pleasure I bring you news of one of the biggest esports tournament to ever happen in New Zealand.
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