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At Sacred Heart Girls' College, we encourage and support the use of devices for learning and they play an important part of staff and students' school day. We have recently opened up dialogue among our staff to try to find ways to help our students (and...

TOPEC Day 2 continued Ratu. (Some photos can be seen on the TOPEC website). Afternoon activities included Abseiling, High & Low ropes Course & ABL activities on site. Had a couple injuries from yesterday that needed ice packs as well as ABL kick to the head, walking...

The Year 11 Retreat was a great success. Sacred Heart Girls' College is very grateful to the following volunteer organisations who gave up their time to come and spend the day with us: Citizens Advice Bureau, CANTEEN, YMCA, Taranaki Time Bank, Taranaki Adult Literacy, Sport Taranaki,...

Monday 19th June 41 girls were very organised at school and waiting for the bus to arrive. After locking and loading them onto the bus we headed to our home for a week (Monday-Friday), TOPEC. A mist of rain greeted us and bags were soon taken...

Year 11 Retreat next Friday, 16th June. The theme is "Gifted for Service". At this Retreat the College is supported by many volunteer-based organisations who give up their time to show the students the great worth of volunteering. As part of the Retreat, the students...

Olivia Scott, Year 13, was baptised at Our Lady Help of Christians church on Thursday 1st June at the 9.10am Mass. Father Simon officiated at this special event....

As part of the Mission Cup competition, the visiting students  all attended vigil Mass at Our Lady Help of Christians. The Church community were delighted to welcome them. Students did the readings, Prayers of the Faithful and brought up the gifts. Vui, our young seminarian,...

Student Avengers are on a mission! They are ready to swoop to the rescue of those in technological need; to quash the misuse of technology in our school and to ensure peace and technological harmony reign supreme in out teaching and learning spaces! As the use of...

This Lent we use the following symbols to help us to remember the millions of people in our world who are faced with difficult challenges caused by the impact of climate change. The Cross reminds us that Jesus loved us enough to lay down his life for...