Month: March 2023

St Patrick’s 175th Jubilee Celebrations

On Friday our school and parish started to celebrate our 175 jubilee. This means it is 175 years long since we started. Also we had some more celebrations on Saturday,  and Sunday. On Friday after we had been to Mass and dug up the time capsule from when the church turned 150 years old, we had morning tea.

Then the principal said come and sit under the canopy so we can play some games. They split us into groups. At the start of the groups, my team was going to vs my brother’s team but he wasn’t here so we just vs his teammates. I had so much excitement in myself that I looked like I was  a clown out of nowhere.

After everything was finished the teachers started to hand out ice lollies. I was boiling like I was in a desert. They were very nice to eat then.

On Sunday my mum and siblings came to church with me. When we got there I thought all the seats were taken, but when we got inside I went and sat next to my little brother  before Angelina arrived“

We had a long mass but there was lots of lovely singing and it went fast. After that we all went to the hall and did things like singing, dancing and other stuff. It was fun and great to see my friends.


Talofa My name is Annamaria

Kia ora! My name is Annamaria, I go to Saint Patrick’s School. I am in Year 5 and my teacher is Mrs Agnew. My favourite subject is Math,art,reading,history. and I enjoy learning about Dinosaurs,body part,sharks..  I am good at cricket,kind to people ,art,cleaning,sharing..  My goal for this year is to making more friends to others.. In my spare time I like to read books ,watch on my laptop,pracitce time tables.