Special Character

The Proprietors of Catholic Integrated schools and Christian parents who entrust their children to the school have the responsibility to ensure that the Special Character of the school is maintained and preserved. The Special Character of the school is defined in the Integration Act asĀ “a Roman Catholic School in which the whole school community, through the general school programme and in its’ Religious instructions and observances, exercises the right to live and teach the values of Jesus Christ. These values are as expressed in the Scriptures and in the practices, worship and doctrine of the Roman Catholic Church, as determined from time to time by the Roman Catholic Bishop of the Diocese of Christchurch.”

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