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Year 10 students John Pineda, Tailiauli Hau, Ross Foster and their leader Romulo Bunafe represented Rosmini College at the Auckland wide business concept competition, conducted at the Stephen Tindall Education Centre. Competing against 20 other school teams they were tasked with developing an innovative, creative, safety product in half a day. We can be proud of their fourth placing and demonstrable ability to work as a team and develop new ideas under pressure. Their entrepreneurial future is bright.

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The Rosmini College Year 10 Business Studies and Food Technology classes had a Market Day on Thursday, 29th October in which they had to set up a stall and try and sell their products to the Year 7 – 8 students during the Intermediate lunch period, and then the Year 9 – 13 students during the Senior lunch period. Rosmini College’s Head of Economics, Mr Mark Free says, “The boys had a great time but, unfortunately, once again the weather impacted upon the event.” Despite the heavy rain, however, the students still managed to make $447.00 which was donated to De Paul House. Well done boys!

ICT in the curriculum helps the boys to communicate in very rich ways. The following video is the result of a task that a year seven student, N. Auckram, used to show that he was a decision-making consumer.

While the term four Market Day is often seen as a gourmet highlight by many students it does serve an educational purpose. Once completed students are asked to complete a process of self-evaluation in terms of factors such as teamwork, individual contributions, decision making and financial management.

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Year 12 student, Matthew Kereama (17) of Milford has been selected to perform at the Globe Theatre in London. In March he won the Best Actor/ Student Director at the 2015 SGNZ University of Otago Sheilah Winn Shakespeare Competition which was held at Albany Junior High School. He was one of the 48 students selected to attend a week long intensive Shakespeare workshop in Wellington. Matthew then became one of the 24 finalists selected to study and perform at the Globe for 19 days from the 6th July 2016.

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