Whats On:

Calendar:

Term 2

Friday 3rd July - Caritas Mufti Day

        • Last day of Term 2

Term 3

Monday 20th July 2020 - Term 3 begins


AFTER-SCHOOL groups

for Registered Students only

Computer After- School Club

Tuesdays from 3.15 - 5pm

Tongan After-School Group

Wednesdays from 3.15 - 5pm

Samoan After-School Group

Thursdays from 3.15 - 5pm


Keeping Ourselves Safe Program - Term 3

Parent/Caregiver Meeting - Tuesday 21st July 2020 at 2pm in our School Library

Keeping Ourselves Safe [KOS] consists of a comprehensive range of child protection resources to help students learn and apply a range of safety skills that they can use when interacting with others.

For more information, you can access all the KOS resources here, or see the frequently asked questions (PDF, 66KB),

Holy Cross Catholic School Terms 2020

Term One Begins: Monday 3rd February 2020 Term One Ends: Wednesday 8th April 2020

Term Two Begins: Tuesday 28th April 2020 Term Two Ends: Friday 3rd July 2020

Term Three Begins: Monday 20th July 2020 Term Three Ends: Friday 25th September 2020

Term Four Begins: Monday 12th October 2020 Term Four Ends: Tuesday 15th December 2020


Holy Cross School Home Learning

Please click on the links below to access the Holy Cross School home learning document that has been created to help you provide activities and links for home and online learning.

These activities cover Religious Activities, Reading, writing, Mathematics, The Arts, Science, Physical Education, Health and Social Science.

Home learning 11th April 2020

Home Learning 23 March 2020


Switch on Safety - Ministry of Education

When children learn from home, it’s important to make sure they stay safe online.

Here’s a simple, FREE way to block the worst of the web. To Switch on Safety, you need to change the ‘DNS’ setting on your child’s device. Simple instructions on how to do this are outlined below. Just click on the type of device your child uses below.

Click here to access Switch on Safety

Safety can’t be provided by technology alone – it requires a holistic approach.

For tips and advice to support online safety conversations with your whānau check out Netsafe.