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SINGout4JUSTICE

The theme for this year’s SINGout4JUSTICE song writing competition is 'Home for Good' linking in with the Caritas 2019 resource focus of South Sudan and the issue of displacement and the challenges faced by millions around the world who have no home.

Well done to all the students who entered their amazing compositions this year. More than 80 students participated and have impressed the judges with their talents. 

 

This year's winners are:

 

Winner Y7-10 section: 

Sina Finau 

Y8, Campion College, Gisborne                               

Lifeline              

 

Winners Y11-13 section: 

Aretha Mason, Sian Pegler, Cayen Tan-Vegafria and Elena Grasso 

Y11, Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt                               

Stars                       

 

Highly commended (Y7-10): 

Eva Perese-Wood, Amelia Rojas, Maisie Wearmouth and Sofia Bates – Is there hope? (Baradene College)  

Olivia Selemaia, Trinity Tuineau, Anandini Lal, Yalaina Tubu and Aloyze Tafu – Lay it down (Sancta Maria College) 

Lu’isa Katoa, Oriana Ngapoko, Kalevina Su’a, Azanii Lal-Strickland and Erilene Fa’aui – My Life (Holy Cross School, Papatoetoe) 

 

Highly commended (Y11-13): 

Shanille Lat and Ngarangi Sadlier-Patmore – A Home (Sacred Heart College, Lower Hutt) 

Samantha Romijn – Home for Good (Wellington Girls' College) 

Theo Parker and Reuben Nimmo – The Journey (Garin College) 

Brennan Drach – Icy Blue (Garin College) 

 

 

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