Touching Base Conferences
In week 11 on Tuesday 30 June and Wednesday 1 July from 3.00 to 5.20, we will offer “Touching Base” conferences for anyone who would like to check in with their child’s teacher following the reports.
It is expected that students will attend these conferences with parents.
The booking system for these is now open. The website is www.schoolinterviews.co.nz and our event code is AHKJD (case sensitive).
Island Bay Bakery lunches every Tuesday and Friday.
- Orders need to be placed with the office by 9.00 a.m. (Island Bay Bakery order form)
Subway Lunches every Wednesday
- Orders need to be placed with the office by 3.00 p.m. Tuesday.
Wrap it Up – Sushi every Thursday
- Orders need to be placed via www.wrapitup.co.nzby 9.00 a.m. on Thursday.
Hello, Kia ora, Talofa lava, Namaste, Ciao, Kia orana, Bonjour, Bula, Dziendobry, Ni hao, Shalom, Dia duit.
From its first day in April 1905, St Francis de Sales School has maintained a proud tradition of:
The Catholic Special Character of our school is based on the Gospel teachings of Jesus Christ and is strengthened by a specifically taught Values Programme. Our school is an integral part of the St Francis de Sales Parish and enjoys contributing to activities of the wider Island Bay community. We provide a caring and safe environment where the students report that they feel safe.
With classes from Year One to Eight, our students receive continuous education from enrolment through to the end of their Primary schooling, when they progress to college. Most students enrol at either St Mary's College, St Catherine's College or St Patrick's College.
We have designed our website to provide you with an overview of life at our school. We look forward to your personal contact if you require more information or wish to visit the school.
Your welcome at St Francis de Sales is genuine, warm and assured.
Listen to our brand new school school song being performed by the wonderful SFDS students on their school feast day.
Congratulations to Ms Mary Cameron, our year 3 teacher, who composed this song. A special mention is also due to Ms. Denise Kerr and Mr. Rod Davis for their partipation in teaching and delievering the song and for incorporting the haka.