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Dunedin elects new bishop

Category: News
Date Added: 22 June 2017

div class="intro"> He will come from London to be the next Bishop of Dunedin - but Steven Benford is no stranger to the city. Archbishops Winston Halapua and Philip Richardson have announced the election of the Rev Dr Steven Benford as the next Bishop of Dunedin. Bishop-elect Steven, who is 56, currently serves as vicar of St Joseph the Worker,... more

Bishop Eleanor Sanderson ordained

Category: News
Date Added: 22 June 2017

Wellington Anglicans gathered at the beginning of this month to celebrate the ordination of the Rt Reverend Doctor Eleanor Sanderson as Assistant Bishop of Wellington the first woman bishop for the diocese. An estimated 900 worshippers packed into the Wellington Cathedral of St Paul yesterday, June 2, to celebrate the evening ordination of the Rt Rev Dr Eleanor “Ellie” Sanderson as... more

Order of Merit for St Hilda’s College principal

Category: News
Date Added: 20 June 2017

Mrs Jackie Barron has been made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for her services to sports governance and education.  This is a wonderful achievement and she is thrilled that females in sport and education have been acknowledged. (Extract from http://parents.shcs.school.nz/2017/06/weekly-news-term-2-week-6-4/#more-3687 taken 20 June 2017) ... view

Gillian Simpson to retire from role in 2018

Category: News
Date Added: 20 June 2017

Gillian Simpson has made the decision to retire from her role as Executive Principal of St Margaret’s College, at the end of Term One 2018. This is an enormous decision for Gillian and her family, as well as for St Margaret’s College, a decision that has not been arrived at lightly. From the efforts that Gillian and the Leadership Team, the staff and the Trust Board have made over the... more

Nga Tawa Diocesan School achieves 100% NCEA pass rate

Category: News
Date Added: 20 June 2017

In 2016, students achieved a 100% pass rate in all levels of NCEA. This remarkable result is a reflection of the hard work and dedication of the school's students, their families and their tireless teaching staff. There is no academic entrance test to determine enrolment at Nga Tawa. This achievement is the result of our nurturing environment and the individualised academic programmes that are in... more

Farewell to Jenny Williams

Category: News
Date Added: 20 June 2017

After nine years leading Samuel Marsden Jenny Williams is moving closer to home in Australia and onto a wonderful new role as Principal of Firbank Grammar School in Melbourne, another prestigious Anglican girls’ school of over 1200 students. Hundreds of parents and former parents, staff and former staff, old girls and friends of the school came to Jenny's community farewell on the first of... more

95th Birthday for King’s School

Category: News
Date Added: 20 June 2017

The school celebrated its 95th birthday on June 9th with its Founders' Day Service for the whole school. As is traditional, the smallest boy of the school, Lucas Lonsdale and the tallest boy, Francis Manuleleua cut the cake and then distributed it later for the Year 1 boys to enjoy. Lucas did a great job blowing out all the candles with Headmaster as pictured. Later in the afternoon the school... more

Education Review Office gives King’s College a glowing review

Category: News
Date Added: 20 June 2017

The Education Review Office (ERO) has submitted its final report following a thorough review of King’s College, as one of New Zealand’s independent schools. The College was pleased to receive a glowing review noting in particular the College’s facilities, pastoral care practices, all-round teaching and learning philosophy, and overall performance in all facets of College life. The... more

Teachers wanted for Church of England Schools in London

Category: News
Date Added: 04 May 2017

LDBS Recruitment are recruiting teachers for Church of England schools in London. See details as below; We are recruiting teachers to join our extended family of 136 primary and 20 secondary Church of England schools in London. We educate 56,000 children in urban and suburban communities. You will have access to high quality CPD and training at every stage of your career. Our schools are... more

Job Vacancies: Two Regional Facilitators for the ASO

Category: News, Uncategorised
Date Added: 28 March 2017

POSITION DESCRIPTION Position Title: Regional Facilitator            Directly Reports To:  Executive Director (weekly), Anglican Schools’ Board (quarterly) and St John’s Trust (annually)            Functional Relationships With: The ASO team and Board Chaplains, principals, staff and boards of Anglican Schools Clergy of the Province Youth and children’s... more