A couple of FDMC rugby stars on the rise. Old boy Du'Plessis Kirifi is having a standout season in the Mitre 10 Cup for Wellington while current Y12 student Jacob Ratumaitavuki-Kneepkins has just been named in the NZ Secondary Schools Training Squad. Well done guys and keep training hard.
This has been created as part of our recent multi million dollar earthquake strengthening upgrade. Pictured at the front door are three of our main movers and shakers, BOT Chairman Dave Leuthard, Proprietor Br Sir Pat Lynch and Principal Martin Chamberlain. Rest assure once you are on the inside the welcome is as warm as ever.
Yesterday's St. Bernard's exchange also served as a fundraiser for the Mellowpuff Trust which supports young people in Taranaki who are dealing with serious illness. It was great to see the 1st XV don the Mellowpuff Pink and do it justice and see so many of our students make a donation on the day.
This photo was a part of a photo shoot and video session at the College yesterday promoting the AIMS Games. The games take place every year bringing 10.500 primary school students from 320 schools together to celebrate a wide range of sports. We were chosen as part of the promotion because of our reputation for sporting development but looking at this pic you can't help thinking the setting may also have helped.
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