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KAITIAKI2SHARE

The KAITIAKI2SHARE competition for 2021 saw students of all ages send in great ideas for how we can all care for creation (people and the environment).

Congratulations to all the students who participated in this year’s Kaitiaki2Share competition. Once again, well over a hundred students took part and showed great creativity along with a passion to care for God's creation. The judges loved all the entries and felt inspired by the amazing young leaders promoting stewardship around the country. Well done to everyone!

Here are the results of this year's competition:

Winners

Annabelle Shields Y6   

St Joseph’s Catholic School, Pukekohe

Candace Mitchell

Y9 St Peter’s College, Palmerston North

Gavin Israel & Toby Van Der Gulik      

Y8 St Joseph’s Catholic School, Pukekohe
Irene Sebastian Y7

St Joseph’s Catholic School, Pukekohe

Kirsten Almoite       Y4

St Peter Chanel School, Te Rapa

 

 

 

 

Finalists

Aeva Pihema  Y7   

Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Auckland

Ben Seward

Y4

St Peter Chanel School, Te Rapa

Emily Stallworthy Y8

St Joseph’s Catholic School, Pukekohe

Erika Villejo Y8

St Joseph’s Catholic School, Pukekohe

Vaasugi Uthamaputhiran                     

Y5 Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Auckland

 

 

 

 

Other notable efforts

Amy Wigley (Year 3) - Saint Joseph's School, Paeroa

Caitlyn Nair (Year 3) - Saint Joseph's School, Paeroa

Chelsea Winston (Year 5) - Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Auckland

Claire Gelido (Year 8) - St Brigid's School, Johnsonville

Deanna Fermin (Year 4) - St Joseph’s Catholic School, Pukekohe

Devin Harkness (Year 5) - Stella Maris Catholic School, Silverdale

Eliasz Zych (Year 5) - St Benedict's School, Khandallah

Emeliah Nikolao (Year 8) - Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Auckland

Jeremiah Fogava'a (Year 8) - St Brigid's School, Johnsonville

Lianna Delubio (Year 7) - Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, Auckland

May Upton (Year 4) - St Leo's Catholic School, Devonport

Sophie Wiig (Year 5) - St Benedict's School, Khandallah

Zara Taylor (Year 5) - St Benedict's School, Khandallah

 

The winners will receive a share of the prize money and all winners and finalists will have native trees planted in their names within their region.

Click on the buttons below to see their amazing efforts and look out for next year's competition!

 

Winners' entries:

 

Finalists' entries:

 

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