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Executive Principal appointed to St Margaret’s College

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Date Added: 11 December 2017

[St Margaret’s College Trust Board] are pleased to inform you the search for a successor for Gillian Simpson is over. We are excited to announce the appointment of Diana Patchett as Executive Principal of St Margaret’s College, commencing at the start of Term 3 in 2018. Diana is joining us from Kristin Junior School, Auckland,…more

New Chaplain for Dilworth School

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Date Added: 09 November 2017

Donald MacLean, Principal at Dilworth, is very happy to announce the appointment of Rev Greg Worboys as the new Chaplain at Dilworth. Rev Greg has spent 10 years in church youth ministry, some of them with the Anglican parish of Waikanae in the Wellington Diocese, where he was ordained, as well as with mission organisations…more

Southwell School combined chapel choirs

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Date Added: 02 November 2017

St Luke’s Anglican Church, Havelock North, is privileged to offer: Sunday 12 November 2017 5 pm – sung Evensong. Followed by Charity Choral Concert with funds going towards the work of hospital chaplaincy. All welcome to attend. The Southwell Chapel Choirs from Hamilton, are renowned nationally for being among the best Primary School Chapel Choirs in…more

A new Chaplain for Hereworth

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Date Added: 18 October 2017

At the beginning of term four, we welcomed Reverend Alan Burnett to the Hereworth School. For Reverend Burnett, moving to Hawke’s Bay was a home-coming of sorts. With family living here and nearby in Manawatu, he says he feels very connected to the region. “My wife Hayley has family living here and I grew up…more

Cathedral Grammar School students share tips for Prince George’s first day at school

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Date Added: 11 October 2017

Today is Prince George’s first day at school. Junior students at Christchurch’s Cathedral Grammar School share tips for the young prince on what to expect and how to make friends. “Be kind to people,” is the advice from students at Christchurch’s Cathedral Grammar School to Prince George. The young prince started school this week,  the first day of the…more

Ethics and Auckland’s Diocesan School for Girls Centre for Ethics

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Date Added: 11 October 2017

Individualism trumps community and the world’s moral compass has been set to “anything goes”. Kim Knightfrom the New Zealand Herald meets the people who think it’s time to teach ethics to New Zealand teens. Young people are self-centred, self-interested and self-ish. They are ego and, ergo, their world begins (and ends) with them. They are…more

Culturally Responsive Pedagogy

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Date Added: 11 October 2017

Hadlow Preparatory School applied for, and gained, eighteen months of Ministry of Education professional learning development funding to further the development of a culturally responsive pedagogy across the school.  This programme of professional learning follows on the work that Ngati Kahungunu provided for Masterton schools in 2016 and earlier this year.  The Ngati Kahungunu initiative…more

Seeking a New Principal at Rathkeale College

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Date Added: 09 October 2017

The Board of Trustees and the Trinity Schools Trust Board are seeking a new Principal for Rathkeale College, to commence in Term 2, 2018. Rathkeale College is a State Integrated School and was recently recognised as a National School of Character by the Foundation for Character Education.  The College is an integral part of the…more

Baptism at Woodford House

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Date Added: 09 October 2017

On Sunday 13 August, six of our students were baptised in the beautiful Chapel of St Francis at Woodford House. It was a wonderful occasion with a packed Chapel and a large group of parents and sponsors who gathered around the font to celebrate this momentous step on the journey of faith. This was a…more

The Woodford House wellbeing programme

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Date Added: 09 October 2017

“Resilience is a GPS in your brain… it tells us how to move from here to there,” says Edmond Otis, health educator, licensed psychotherapist, and speaker. Resilience tells us how to make the next step, turn the next corner and keep moving. I was fortunate to hear from Mr Otis at the recent NASDAP Connect…more