Our first 2017 Mercy Breakfast was very successful. We had an amazing speaker, Michael Hempseed who talked to us about what mental health is and how we can help those who are suffering. He also talked about how we need to spread the word that...
Great success at the South Island Secondary School Champs!
We were delighted with the fantastic results our Villa girls achieved at last weekend's South Island Secondary School Rowing Champs in Twizel.
U17 double sculls Kathryn Glen, Hannah Glen
U15 Quad- Ella Mcherron, Julia Wynands, Alex Lynch, Casey...
Villa Maria College Hockey 1st XI are National Champions for 2016/2017 and now they have been named Canterbury Junior Sports Team of Year at the Netflix Canterbury Winter Sports Awards!
We are super proud and sincerely congratulate all team members, coaches and teachers involved…
Emma Smith - U19 NZ Road Cycling Team
Congratulations to Emma Smith on being selected again this year to represent NZ, in the U19 Road Cycling team. They are competing in the Oceania Road Cycling Championship in Canberra, Australia.
Emma has also signed with an elite riding team,...
It is with great pleasure that we introduce our 2017 Leaders to you.
L-R: Blythe Ward (Service), Phoebe Chin (Academic), Lucy Sutcliffe (Cultural), Berith Petaia (Head Girl), Maggie Anderson (Deputy), Caitlin Pickover (Library), Hannah Doocey (Sports)
International Leaders absent: Hannah Park, Chole Lee
READ MORE ABOUT OUR HEAD GIRL...
Our girls had some amazing results at the NZSS Athletics in Auckland last weekend. We are so proud of them all.
We are now New Zealand Secondary Schools’ 4x400m champions!
Olivia Burnham was placed 3rd in the junior girls’ hurdles and 1st 300m junior hurdles.
Tegan Duffy was placed...
Jessie Anderson (Year 13) and Rachel McCann (past Head Girl 2010) have both been selected for the NZ Black Sticks squad to play Malaysia in Taranaki in December. What an achievement - we are so proud of you girls!!
Read more from the official announcement below: http://blacksticks.co.nz/News/new-era-for-black-sticks-women
29 November, 2016
Shelter For All
Witness at Parliament
One of the ways The Sisters of Mercy New Zealand, Nga Whaea Atawhai o Aotearoa enabled us to express our concern for the homeless was the organisation of a hikoi to Parliament, which was essentially a collective witness and place to...