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“Quality Education in a Positive Catholic Environment” is the mission statement by which St Marcellin base education, in and out of the classroom.

St. Marcellin is recognized around Wanganui, for its contribution to the community, providing top class Catholic education and integration of ICT.

If you’re new to St. Marcellin, take some time to look around this website.

If you’re a St. Marcellin student, parent, or teacher, you’ll find everything you need here, from a gallery of photos – to recent news, events and documents. Just hang in there while we get everything set up and check in often.

School Principal

He aha te mea nui o te ao?

He tangata! He tangata! He tangata!

What is the most important thing in the world?
It is people! It is people! It is people!

As the Principal of St Marcellin School it is my privilege and honour to be involved in your child’s / children’s learning.   St Marcellin School has a proud tradition and history.  Traditions provide meaning and value to any organisation.  To improve the quality of the teaching and learning programme we constantly review and reflect on ‘what we are doing’ and ‘where we are heading.’  Through effective self-review, St Marcellin School will continue to meet the changing educational needs of our community.

The media has been covering the ‘Charter School’ concept over the last few years.  A Charter School provides a specific culture or way of being for its community, to meet what the community feels is important. St Marcellin School, through its history and custom place importance on the Gospel values and a focus on providing support to our community.

If these values are important to you please feel free to contact me in the office to discuss the enrolment process.

Yours sincerely

Campbell Harrison

 

School Charism

“St Marcellin School is a place of unity and equality for all.”

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