This year our Yr 8 Humanities classes saved water and raised nearly $1500 in the process for a charity working with rural villages in Kenya. This money is going towards an eco toilet block in a isolated primary school.
An amazing effort by ALL Yr 8 students, doing a market day to raise funds for Duffy Books in Homes, where Kristin is now sponsoring Waioneke School so that their children can access books every year.
The Yr 8 market day was a huge success and raised over $3500 for varies service projects - including Waioneke School Duffy Book programme. All of Yr 8 give up their time and talents to raise the funds - well done!
The Red Cross club used cupcakes to raise awareness about refugees in New Zealand the raised funds for their support!
Yr 12 student Alessandra Cammelot-Allan shaved her hair today in front of a crowd, raising over $4000 to help children with cancer experience the joys of going on camp.
A great effort by the whole school with over $1700 raised. The photo is of members of our SS Red Cross club representatives will all the donations! Apollo House were the most generous this year!
A great job from students in our Junior School leaders, collecting gold coins for Cyclone Gita today with Ms Patchett.
Our Yr 13 Community and Service Leadership team spent the forming delivering valentines day messages and flowers, raising $$ for Heart Kids.
Our Red Cross team have donated essential items to the Red Cross for new refugees to New Zealand
This term the Year 8 students held a Xmas Market to raise funds for Kidney Kids. There were lots of different stalls and lots of help from our Kristin families too.
This year's Blokes Breakfast has students out raising money for the Ronald McDonald House. Each year Kristin students work hard to raise funds for this worthwhile organsation.
Aurora Jiang in Yr 10 has used her amazing artistic talents to paint portraits of family pets and raised over $300 for the SPCA for her community project.
Our Prefect Project Quiz Night, raising funds for a foster care home (Dingwall Trust) was another huge success, thanks to the team work of the students and the amazing support from their whanau, family and friends.