Short Stories

Short Stories

Stories about our schools, about what we’re thinking, about being part of the Anglican network, about our people. Browse through them, or use our tags to narrow down the search.

Our People’s Stories: Julie Peterson

Julie Peterson, principal of Woodford House in Havelock North, talks about what it means to her to be a principal of a Christian, Anglican school.

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Our People’s Stories: Diana Patchett

Diana, who is Principal of St Margaret’s College, Christchurch, talks about being a principal of an Anglican School and the importance of the Five Marks of Mission in shaping their…

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Is the Christian Good News still “good news” today?

This is one of the most important questions we can ask ourselves at Anglican Schools. Is our gospel still good news? If so, why? When we remind ourselves of this,…

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Is School Chaplaincy Important?

This is one of a series of short films we’re making available to help us think through some questions which are basic to our work in Anglican Schools. In this…

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Students talk about the Middle School Theology course

The deputy headmaster at Southwell was interested to find out what students thought of the new Middle School Theology course, and how it impacted on other aspects of school life.…

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