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2019 Anglican Schools Conference – ‘The Power of Stories’

Category: Events, News
Date Added: 26 November 2018

Guest Speakers John Bell and The Most Reverence Don Tamihere will join us from May 22-23 next year in Timaru for our bi-annual conference. Craighead Diocesan School will be hosting us and the theme is ‘The Power of Stories”. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks says, “We are the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves.” Some of the stories…more

The King of King’s – Dan Reddeix: the next Principal for Dilworth.

Category: News
Date Added: 26 November 2018

“Only time will provide the full judgement of Dan Reddiex’s tenure as rector of King’s High School, but it can be said with confidence that his successor has big shoes to fill. In the best traditions of “The Man”, immortal Waitaki Boys’ High School educationalist Frank Milner, or of Bill Shankly, the legendary manager of…more

Graduation Speech from the Manager of St. Mary’s Anglican Primary School in Labasa, Fiji.

Category: News
Date Added: 26 November 2018

“The Headteacher Mr Dutt, Teachers of this school, Children, Parents and friends… I am delighted to be your chief guest for this, the annual Prizegiving ceremony for St. Mary’s School. I speak to you this morning as chairman of our Anglican schools in Vanualevu, and as manager of this school. St. Marys school was built…more

Chilton Donates $500 to KAIBOSH Food and Rescue

Category: News
Date Added: 05 November 2018

On the 2nd of August Chilton St. James had great pleasure in presenting a cheque for $500 to KAIBOSH FOOD RESCUE in Lower Hutt. This money was raised last Term when staff from Preschool, Primary, Middle and Senior schools each hosted morning tea over four Fridays and staff made a donation to attend and enjoy…more

Success for Dilworth at the Big Sing Finale

Category: News
Date Added: 05 November 2018

“Dilworth School is celebrating after senior choir Fortissimo secured a Silver Award and the Auahi Kore Performance Award at The Big Sing Finale in Wellington on Saturday 1 September. The 32-student choir received the Silver Award for their overall performance and the Auahi Kore Performance Award – Best total performance of a work using Māori…more

Baptism and Grandparent’s day at Samuel Marsden

Category: News
Date Added: 05 November 2018

“A number of important events happened in the last week of term 3! For our Primary and Preschool Students it was Grandparents’ Day and the Baptism Service. Over the last few weeks Year 5 and 6 students have been learning about Baptism and on Thursday 27 September six of them were baptised by Archdeacon Stephen King…more

St Paul’s and Waikato Dio students win World Vision award

Category: News
Date Added: 05 November 2018

A group of St Paul’s Collegiate School and Waikato Diocesan School for Girls students have been recognised for their outstanding contribution to the 2018 40 Hour Famine. The students have been awarded ‘best 40 hour event’ in the North Island by World Vision New Zealand and will be presented with the award at the 40…more

Wellesley College raises funds for local school

Category: News
Date Added: 05 November 2018

“For the last three months, Year 4 students at a Lower Hutt school have been frantically fundraising to buy bikes – but not for themselves. Two classes at Wellesley College have banded together to help out a nearby school, Randwick College, and are asking people to donate just $1. And it all started with learning about…more

Woodford House, Te Aute College and Hukarere College day

Category: News
Date Added: 05 November 2018

On Sunday 9 September we welcomed our fellow Anglican schools, Hukarere College and Te Aute College, to our annual joint celebration of activities and worship together. This event helps us to develop our three tikanga fellowship and to share and honour our distinctive cultures. Te Aute and Hukarere are the only two remaining Anglican Māori…more

Woodford World Challenge Expedition

Category: News
Date Added: 05 November 2018

On the 30 June, 18 ambitious and eager teenage girls stepped foot on a plane set for arrival in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Mixed emotions of nerves, excitement, and adrenaline overwhelmed us as we left our comfort zones of the Woodford House school gates and embarked into the unknown. With the next three weeks to follow…more