Baradene College students Olivia Mendonca and Genevieve Bowler with the Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key, at their exhibition at opening of the Queen Elizabeth II Pukeahu Education Centre at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Wellington, where the Shared Histories project by Baradene College of the Sacred Heart in Auckland and the French school Lycée Professionnel Jean Macé, in Chauny, France is on display.
Baradene College students Olivia Mendonca and Genevieve Bowler with the Governor-General of New Zealand, Sir Jerry Mateparae,
The Queen Elizabeth II Pukeahu Education Centre at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park was opened in Wellington with the Shared Histories project by Baradene College of the Sacred Heart in Auckland and the French school Lycée Professionnel Jean Macé, in Chauny, France on display. The centre is the birthday gift from New Zealand to Queen Elizabeth. We were very pleased...
Students from Baradene College of the Sacred Heart in Auckland, NZ and Lycée Professionnel Jean Macé, Chauny, Francehave worked together on a joint ambitious project to mark the anniversary of the First World War. The local newspaper in Remuera, Auckland called "The Hobson" published an article about our project, book launch for "The Battle of Conscience" and the recent exhibition linked to this project. In the article the newspaper quoted the Principal of Baradene College, Mrs Sandy...
A large group of Baradene College students presented an overview of the research project and the steps in creating the exhibition and book. They then read from sections of the book that we launched at the event. Finally they gave a presentation about the trip they went on to France. It was a great event.
Great to see the support of people, especially parents and families of the students. But also great to Stephen from Defining Moments who drove down from Whagarei and History teachers from around Auckland and Waiheke Island.
Baradene College students - Lauren White and Keeara Ofren - went to Wellington to speak at a function at the National Library hosted by the French Embassy. They took down fifteen posters and some copies of the book 'The Battle of Conscience'. They represented to project very well. A video link to our partner school in Chauny was an extra special part of the event.