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Enjoy these Year 7 and Year 8 art pictures. Our students excel in creativity. Thank you to Mr Sean McDonnell who looks after our junior art as well as the Rosmini Surf Team. Mr McDonnell’s personal art work is also on display in our main office.

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The Chefs for Compassion Awards and Appreciation Evening was held in the Tindall Auditorium on Saturday, 28th November. Chefs for Compassion is a programme in which students at a school, supported by their parents and teaching staff, help families who are experiencing difficult times by cooking them a special meal. Families are nominated by agencies such as Child Cancer Society, the Open Home Foundation, Rotary and the Catholic Caring Foundation. The programme is the brainchild of Marty Smith. The Year 7 and 8 students, who were part of the Chef for Compassion programme in 2015, were awarded a certificate and a special ‘Champions for Compassion’ apron.

Rosmini Year 12 Japanese student, Ryan Orense (12) of Northcote won the Special Prize in the 2015 Japanese Haiku (poem) and Shodo (calligraphy) National Championships. His winning poem is ‘海の音、心にひびく、好奇心’ – “The sound of the sea, Echo is in my heart, Curiosity.” The Prize Giving was held at Auckland’s Japanese Consulate Office on Monday, 23rd November. Ryan received his prize from the Consul General of Japan. Mrs Crosby also received the Most Encouraging Teacher prize. The competition was organised by the New Zealand Japan Society of Auckland (NZJS).

   

On Friday, 27th November, Rosmini College Year 9 Food Technology students delivered 18 Christmas Hampers to the residents. Rosmini College’s Head of Food Technology, Mrs Sue van der Spuy says, “As we are leading up to the Christmas season, it is good for us to reach out to the community and share with them Rosmini’s values of giving to others and serving the people around us. Consequently we decided that it would be a wonderful idea to create Hampers to give to the ladies of the Retirement Village.”

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Rosmini College’s Year 10 Japanese students went over to the Food Technology room on Friday, 13th November and learned how to cook Okonomiyaki. This popular Japanese savoury pancake contains a variety of ingredients and it is sometimes is referred to as a "Japanese pizza" or "Osaka soul food.” The Okonomiyaki the students made consisted of dried seaweed, fish flakes and Japanese mayonnaise which was topped with a special sauce. Rosmini’s Head of Japanese, Mrs Kuniko Crosby says the “Students cooked well and they used chopsticks to eat the Okonomiyaki. The students all promised they will cook it for their families.”

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