In this Week’s Newsletter

Principal’s Message

Rejoice in the Lord always

Philippians 4:4

As we come to the end of Term 1 and hopefully the opening up of our country, I would like to thank you all for the efforts that you as parents have continued to put in towards your child/rens education.
Looking forward to Term 2 we are hoping to really focus in on the growth of our childrens academics and opportunities.
Some general reminders below
Uniforms Attendence / Lateness Birthday Celebrations
  • CTK Polo Shirt
  • Black Shorts
  • Black Socks
  • Black Shoes/Sandals

Our students are no longer able to wear the old school uniform.

Any issues please talk to your classroom teacher

Students are expected to be at school by 8:45am in order to participate in prayers.

After this time students need to sign-in at the Office.

If students are away sick please contact the Office to inform them.

Students will no longer be able to bring birthday cakes / goodie bags to celebrate in class.

This is due to having several students at our school with food allergies and keeping everyone safe.

Thursday 14th April – Caritas Wheels Day

On this day we will be holding our Caritas Wheels Day.

Students can wear their house shirts and bring either a bike/skateboard/scooter/roller skates etc.

All students must wear a helmet in order to participate.

Please bring a gold coin donation which will be given to Caritas to provide help in Tonga.

Kind regards
Billy Hadnett

Key Dates

Special Catholic Character

CTK Family Stations of the Cross

Let your child/ren take you through the new CTK Stations of the Cross.

You and your family can view the Stations of the Cross on the following days from 3pm – 4pm.

  • Monday 11th April
  • Tuesday 12th April
  • Wednesday 13th April

Come and enjoy as a family.

CTK Easter Colouring In Competition

First Place – $20 voucher + 500 House Points
Second Place – $20 voucher + 300 House Points
Third Place – $20 voucher + 200 House Points
Completed enteries must be handed into Mr Hadnett by Wednesday 13th April @ lunchtime.


Certificates – Week 9 Term 1



Dosh – Demonstrating a positive attitude in class and trying his best with all his school work. Ka Pai!

Siaki – Understanding that hard work leads to success and taking ownership of his learning.


Lysarra – Demonstrating kairangi in her reading. Ka mau te wehi!

Clarke – Consistently demonstrating a positive attitude towards his learning. Lelei tele!


Micheal – Showing more perserverance in his learning. Ka mau te wehi!

Gabrielle – Writing independently and using her letter word sounds with new words. Ka Pai!


Sarah – Using her initiative and always helping with classroom jobs. Ka Pai.

Rishon – Keenly engaging in group discussions during reading time. Well done!

After School Care & Activities

After School Activities

Earlier this week all students registered for After School Activities were invoiced.

These needs to be paid to confirm your child/childrens spot in that activity.

After School Care

Parents that register their child/ren for After School Care have been sent an invoice.

To be able for your child/ren to attend two weeks of fees must be paid in advance.

Office Updates

PhotoLife has been rescheduled for Monday 29th August.

For registration or general information contact

Tracey Gilling 020 4094 1755


Enrolments for 2022 & 2023

If you have a child who will be starting school in the next 6-12 months, please enroll them at school. We are seeing an increase in enrolments and spaces for next year are filling fast.

Reminder that we no longer take enrolments for Year 7 and Year 8.

Click here for enrolment information

Christ the King Parish

Mass Times

  • Monday – 9am – Liturgy of the Word
  • Tuesday – 9am
  • Wednesday – 9am
  • Thursday – 9am
  • Friday – 10am
  • Saturday – 9am & 6pm
  • Sunday – 8:30am & 10am
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