The Catholic Agency for Justice, Peace and Development

SINGout4JUSTICE 2017 winners

The theme for 2017 was Better together, which linked in to the idea of building community and was the focus of Social Justice Week 2017.

Winner Y7-10 section: 

 

Samantha Romijn
Year 10, Wellington Girls’ College
We are One

 

 

 

Winner Y11-13 section:

 

Caitlin Bradley
Year 12, Roncalli College, Timaru
Stronger Together

 

 

The judges enjoyed all the compositions and were challenged to reflect on how we are indeed ‘better together’. The following participants were also highly commended by the judges for reaching the finals:

Highly commended (Y7-10):

Peyton Morete, Kate Campbell, Georgia Leaver and Caylene Stevens - Empty and Full
Reikura Boyd, Marina Tuiafitu, Rosie Renata-Auva'a and Paia Etei-Michael - Let’s All Live as One
Class 7N at Sacred Heart Girls' College, New Plymouth - Waiho mā te toipoto (Let us keep together)

Highly commended (Y11-13):

Emma Salzano - Serenity
Daphnie Taulata and Moana Fotumaaliipule - With You
Grace Sih, Lidia Lirato and Leuasa Ensink - If Only
Maddison Stevens - Awareness
Ofisa Sakaria, Keith Tua and Jamie Tugalua - Rise Up

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