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KAITIAKI2SHARE

KAITIAKI2SHARE is a new competition in 2020 encouraging students of all ages to send in great ideas for how we can all care for creation (people and the environment).

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the first ever Kaitiaki2Share competition in 2020. More than a hundred students showed off their creative minds, design skills and desire to care for God's creation. The judges enjoyed looking at all the great entries and found it a tough task deciding on the ultimate winners and finalists. It was great to see such a wide variety of entries and messages from a range of year levels. Well done to everyone! Thanks for giving your time and effort and reminding us all to care for creation.

 

Here are the results of this year's competition:
 

Winners

Aminette Miranda Y8    St Benedict's School, Khandallah
Franka Eilering Y3 Monte Cecilia Catholic School, Auckland
Holly Bowhill Y7 St Mary's School, Blenheim
Olivia Bain Y7 St Mary's School, Blenheim
Ryo Kinikinilau                      Y5  St Benedict's School, Khandallah

 

 

 


 

Finalists

Finn Mulqueen Y5    St Mary's School, Gore
Indiana Hart Y3 St Paul's Primary, Auckland
Louisa Zacaroli Y5 St Joseph's School, Nelson
Milla Harrington Y5 St Joseph's School, Nelson
Quinn Roper                      Y8 St Joseph's Primary School, Stratford

 

 

 


 

Other notable efforts

Caitlin Montaperto-Wells Y8    St Patrick's School, Napier
Charlotte Boyle Y4 St Benedict's School, Khandallah
Devontae Auvale-Polo Y6 St Bernadette's School, Hornby
Jude Jepson Y6 St Joseph's School, Nelson
Lucy Homan Y6 Reignier Catholic School, Napier
Matthaeus Kwan Y6 St Joseph's School, Nelson
Molly Jones Y8 St Patrick's School, Napier
Olive Hapuku Y8 St Joseph's School, Fairfield
Poppy Smith Y2 St Benedict's School, Khandallah
Valerie Malaesala Y8 Sacred Heart School, Christchurch

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The five winners have each received a share of the prize money and all winners and finalists will have native trees planted with their names attached.

Check out their fantastic efforts below and don't forget to enter next year's competition!

 

Winners' entries:

 

 

 

 

Finalists' entries:

 

 

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