In this Week’s Newsletter

Principal’s Message

On Sunday 3rd July at 10am our school has the honour of hosting our first Sunday Mass in over a year in our Parish.

We would like to show our Parish Community how amazing our school is and have every child in attendance. We would also like to invite parents, grandparents, aunties, uncles and siblings along also.

This is a great way for us all to gather as a whole School/Parish community.

Proclaiming The Word 2022

Unforunately in 2021 this competition was cancelled due to Covid Alert Levels.

Proclaiming the Word is about our ability to speak in a confident and clear way. We will have a junior and a senior competition.

The date for the Final will be advised in the comming weeks.

Details of each are below.

Junior Competition Senior Competition
  • Students can choose to say one of these prayers – Hail Mary or Our Father.
  • Students can choose to say this prayer in a language of their choice.
  • Classroom teachers will choose 2 or 3 students to move to the final held in our Church.
  • Students can choose one of three Bible readings which are listed below.
  • Classroom teachers will choose 2 or 3 students to move to the final held in our Church.
Senior Reading 1
Senior Reading 2
Senior Reading 3

CTK Matariki Disco 

Tickest are on sale until Wednesday 22nd June. There is no door sales.

This Disco is for current CTK students only.

This is a drop off and pick up event.

We have the staff and the Friends of CTK supervising.

Look forward to seeing you all there.

Kind regards
Billy Hadnett

Key Dates

Special Catholic Character

WMOF is the acronym for World Meeting of Families, created by Pope John Paul II in 1994. In fact, that year was declared “International Year of the Family” by the United Nations. Pope Wojtyla also wanted a Year of the Family to be celebrated in the Church at the same time; so the 1st World Meeting of Families was created, which was held in Rome on 8 and 9 October 1994. It was promoted, just like subsequent editions, by the Pontifical Council for the Family; in 2016, this Vatican body was disbanded and merged with the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life.

A World Meeting of Families has therefore been held since 1994 every three years and in different places around the world. The pattern followed has always been fairly similar, with an international Theological-Pastoral Congress at the start and ending, in the presence of the Pope, with a vigil and Festival of Families along with a great final Eucharistic celebration.

While we are not all able to attend the world meeting of families we are able to celebrate family life and the role of parents as first educators in faith. The diocese has prepared a number of resources to supplement those provided by the Vatican.

Religious Studies Artwork


Warriors Community Foundation Visit

On Wednesday we were lucky enough to have the Warriors Community Foundation visit our school to talk to our tamariki about how we can keep our bodies healthy.

After our assembly the two ladies from the Warriors Female team took our tamariki for some games.


Room 2 – The Wonder Project

Over the past 6 weeks Room 2 have had the pleasure to have Isi Aholelei in their class teaching them about physics. Isi is from Watercare and an old boy of St Peter’s College.

The programme includes the students from Room 2 learning about

  • Laws of physics.
  • Designing and building rockets.
  • Test flying their rockets.

We thank Isi and Watercare for this amazing learning opportunity that they have given our Year 5 & 6 students.

Certificates – Week 7



Fai – For being a reflective learner who continually takes on board feedback to help him improve.

Marianna – For consistently demonstrating a diligent work ethic and completing her work to a high standard.


Tuvale – Consistently demonstrating kairangi in the classroom. Ka pai!

Ashton – Demonstrating a postive attitude towards his learning. Ka mau te wehi!


Tuilahina – Great progress in Reading and using her letter sounds to help her work out new words

Bart – Using his prior knowledge in Inquiry learning and contributing in whole class discussions


Rosamaria – Having a positive attitude towards her learning, and persevering through challenges. Ka pai!

Vaimoana – Always giving her best efforts when engaging in learning tasks. Ka mau te whei!

Office Updates

Reporting an Absence

When your child(ren) are sick or away from school, please let the school office know.

You can phone the school office 626 7123 and select option 2, leave a message and then the online attendance register will be updated so teachers will know that your child(ren) are absent.


Use this link from the school website  to send a message directly to the school office.  The online attendance register will be updated so teachers will know that your child(ren) are absent.

Term 3 & 4 After School Activities

We will be providing the following activities for Terms 3 & 4.


  • Senior (Rms 2 & 4) Sports Academy (limited to 20 Students)
  • Junior (Rms 6 & 8) Art Club (Limited to 15 students)


  • Senior (Rms 2 & 4) Cultural Dance (Limited to 20 students)
  • Junior (Rms 6 & 8) Construction Club (limited to 20 students)


  • Junior (Rms 6 & 8) Sports Academy (limited to 15 students)


  • Senior (Rms 2 & 4) Ukulele (limited to 20 students)

Details for these Activities

  • Sessions are weekly.
  • Timing = 3pm to 4pm.
  • Duration = 15 Weeks (Term 3 x 10 weeks and Term 4 x 5 weeks)
  • $30 per student per activity for the 15 weeks

Registrations Close Friday 24th June.

Payment to confirm your spot is required by Friday 8th July

Please register each child by clicking the Registration Here button

Registration Here

Term 3 After School Care

CTK will be providing their own After School Care programme 

Days: Monday – Friday

Timing: 3pm – 6pm

Price: $5 per hour per child

Bookings and payment need to be made before your child can attend after school care.

Please contact Mr Hadnett ( to register the days that you need After School Care.

If you attended Afterschool Care in Term 2 Mr Hadnett will be in touch in Week 7.

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.

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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