Kāreti o Hato Pita

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Kāreti o Hato Pita, Tāmaki-makau-rau

Ko te Kāreti o Hato Pita (St Peter's College, Auckland), i Tāmaki-makau-rau he kura tuarua katorika mō ngā tamatāne o Tāmaki-makau-rau. Ko taua kura te kura tuarua katorika nui rawa atu i Aotearoa. I whakatūria i te tau 1939 e ngā Christian Brothers. Engari i te tau 2008 ehara nō te hāhi te katoa o ngā kuramahita.[1] E 1200 iti iho rānei te rahi o ngā tauira nō ngā tini matawaka. Mō te taha ki te mātauranga, ka whakaratoa ki ngā ākonga pakeke te pūnaha aromatawai o te tiwhikete o te motu mō ngā whakatutukitanga taha me ngā whakamātautau o Kemureti (CIE).[2]

Mō te kura[edit | edit source]

Kāreti o Hato Pita: cricket field (St Peter's Oval) and Outhwaite Park

Momo: He kura tuarua katorika tāne kōmitimiti (Tau 7–13)

Whakatūria: 1939

Wāhi: 23 Mountain Road, Epsom, Tāmaki-makau-rau 3

Tūmuaki: K. F. Fouhy

Taupori o te kura: 1177

Whakatauranga ōtekau: 8 (10 te teitei)

Pepeha: Te Aroha me te Whakarato (Amare et Servire)

Paetukutuku: : www.st-peters.school.nz

Ētahi ākonga rongonui nō mua[edit | edit source]

Kāreti o Hato Pita, Bro Wilkes TechnologyBuilding

He rārangi tēnei o ngā ākonga rongonui o mua:[3]

  • Dennis George Browne (wh. 1937), pīhopa katorika tuangahuru o Tāmaki-makau-rau (1983–1994), te pīhopa katorika tuarua o Kirikiriroa (1994–ki tēnei wa).
  • Christopher Joseph Carter (wh. 1952): minita o te Kāwanatanga (2002–2008).
  • Martyn Dunne (wh. 1950), meiha tianara i ngā ope taua o Tūmatauenga o Aotearoa (2001–2004).
  • Michael Fay (wh. 1949), kaihoko o te Pēke o Aotearoa, tūmuaki o ngā tauwhawhai e toru a Aotearoa mō te Kapu o Amerika, i ngā tau 1987, 1988 me te 1992.
  • Sam Hunt (wh. 1946), toikupu.
  • Bernard Joseph McCahill (wh. 1962), Kapa ō Pango, he toparua, he takawaenga (1987–1991).
  • John Tamihere (wh. 1959): minita o te Kāwanatanga (2002–2004).

Kupu tautoko[edit | edit source]

  1. Rick Maxwell, St Peter’s College, Auckland, Simerlocy Press, Tāmaki-makau-rau, 2008.
  2. i taua tuhinga anō
  3. i taua tuhinga anō

Tohutoro[edit | edit source]

  • Rick Maxwell, St Peter’s College, Auckland, Simerlocy Press, Tāmaki Makaurau, 2008.