Important Dates

Good Friday (no school)

All Day

Start of Easter Break.

Easter Monday and Easter Tuesday

All Day

Easter Holidays

Year 7 Vision and Hearing Checks in School.

All Day

Cultural Showcase


Come and celebrate the family traditions and cultural influences that make our school community so special. Shared picnic and performance. Everyone welcome!

St Pius X School

Last day of Term 1

All Day

First day of Term 2

All Day

Community Notices

Friday lunch orders menu.
­Year 7 Vision Screening Information Sheet

Vision Hearing Technicians from Community and Southern Rural Health will be visiting our school.  The objective of the vision check is to identify previously undetected vision defects.

The check that is carried out is long distance vision tests on all Year 7 students.

If any parents/caregivers do not want their child to be checked, or their child is currently under specialist care for a vision defect, they should let the school know.

This will not be a complete vision examination, but a simple screening test.  When an unsatisfactory result is obtained, it will be necessary for the Technician to obtain personal details ie; home address and date of birth, and parents/caregivers will be asked to seek further advice.

Our Service may share health information gathered in this way with other Health Professionals involved in the student’s care.
The NZTD ( is an online system that travellers can use to complete a declaration before they travel into New Zealand. The new digital NZTD was launched in August 2023 and not many people know they can now do it online – replacing the paper card you used to fill out on the plane. 
Talking About Autism

This half day course is designed to support those parents/caregivers who have children who are Autistic and present with communication difficulties at all different levels and wish to know more about Autism and communication skills. This is an interactive and strengths-based discussion session with practical resources and strategies. More importantly, it is an opportunity for parents to connect with other parents.

Ministry of Education office, Te Rapa
Wednesday 10th April – 10am – 12.30pm
Registrations close 3rd April
To enrol, please email; Include the course name, participants names, contact email address and your Centre/School. Any enquiries regarding the course content please contact the presenter on that flyer and for enrolment enquiries or cancellations please contact;

5th March, 2024

Kia ora e te whānau,
An Invitation to our Open Day - Group Tours
We will be holding an Open Day to meet new whānau interested in joining our school community
in 2025.

Date: Thursday 11th April, 2024
Tour Times: 9am - 10am • 10.30am - 11.30am • 12pm - 1pm • 2pm - 3pm

Staff and students will show you a variety of our learning spaces and share why we believe
Sacred Heart Girls’ College is the best choice for your daughter’s next step in education. Your
visit will begin in the School Hall and will be approximately one hour.
Registration: Simply click HERE, to complete the form choosing the time for your visit. If you
have any questions please contact our Enrolment Coordinator, Lisa McKenzie by email: or phone: 07 856 7874 ext 2801.

Enrolment Applications: We welcome applications from families seeking a Catholic Education
for their child. Our Enrolment Policy sets out the criteria used to prioritise applications for
enrolment. Please read the policy HERE.
Please note: places are limited. We have a maximum roll which is currently full. In 2025 we will
allocate approximately 210 Year 9 places; this may change depending on the retention of current
students. Enrolments that show a connection to the Catholic Church (preference criteria can be
found HERE) and who currently attend one of our Catholic Primary Schools listed in our
Enrolment Policy, will be considered ahead of enrolments from non-preference families.

The Enrolment Application form can be found HERE. Please complete this when you have the
required documentation. Don’t forget to contact your local parish to organise a Preference
Certificate. There will also be the opportunity to complete the enrolment form at the end of your
tour if you prefer. If so, please bring with you, your daughter’s identification and her Preference
Applications for 2025 Enrolment close Friday 5th July, 2024. You will be contacted after this
date to advise if your enrolment application is accepted or declined.
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Lisa. We look forward to welcoming
you to our Kura.
Mauri ora,
Catherine Gunn

Glenview Community Centre 'Energy Navigator'

The primary responsibility of an energy navigator is to guarantee that households within the region have access to affordable energy while enhancing financial literacy, digital literacy, and fostering healthier homes and families. Our services extend to assisting families in exploring more cost-effective electricity and gas suppliers, deciphering and comprehending power bills, offering support or referrals to agencies in cases of payment difficulties, and delivering advice on efficiently managing energy within the confines of one's home. Available by appointment on Thursdays between 10 am to 12 pm in the Kowhai cabin."
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