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Tanika Naidoo chosen for World Vision Youth Ambassador position
1 December 2021
Year 13 student, Tanika Naidoo’s involvement in driving participation in the World Vision 40 Hour Famine at St Paul’s over the past three years has earned her selection for the prestigious role of World Vision Youth Ambassador for 2022.
Service Awards 2021
8 November 2021
On Monday 8 November, the school gathered at assembly to acknowledge and celebrate the mission, outreach and service portfolio of St Paul’s Collegiate School.
Sam pools her talent for refugees
7 July 2020
Te Awamutu teen Sam White has an impressive swim stroke and a heart to match.
A marathon effort for charity
15 June 2020
After weeks in Covid-19 lock down, stronger bonds were formed as members of St Paul’s boarding community spent their first weekend together running, chanting and pushing trailers as each house competed against each other to raise money for the charity, Flame Cambodia.
Book Tuk-Tuk Drives Change in Young People’s Lives
19 March 2020
St Paul’s sponsored “Book Tuk-Tuk” has been changing lives in the slums of Phnom Penh since its operation in 2017.
Cambodia Creates Lifelong Memories
12 February 2020
Students and staff of St Paul’s made their way to Cambodia in December 2019 as volunteers to work alongside and assist the ongoing service work currently undertaken by the charity Flame in the slums of Phnom Penh.
Relishing Reality in the Malawi Slums
12 December 2019
Daniel Rickman, a 2019 school leaver, is currently spending 10 days in the slums of Malawi, seeing the harsh reality of living conditions in the south-eastern African country. It’s all part of his selection as a World Vision Youth Ambassador.
Support for the Solomons
1 November 2019
St Paul’s Chaplain, Reverend Peter Rickman, is on a mission – a medical mission to help those delivering healthcare services in the Solomon Islands.
Service Awards Recognise Commitment
1 November 2019
Serving others is an important part of student life here at St Paul’s.
Students serve up weekend of good intentions
20 June 2019
In support of the World Vision 40 Hour Famine, a group of St Paul’s students gave up their weekend to spend 40 hours serving others.
Students find beauty in the slums
25 January 2019
The service trip does much more than provide an opportunity for St Paul’s students to work with slum-living children in Cambodia.
Community gala a monster success
21 September 2018
From bouncy castles, food stalls and raffles to musical performances, games and a monster garage sale – the St Paul’s Collegiate School Community Gala had something for the whole family to enjoy.
Colours for service awarded
12 September 2018
This week in Chapel, four Year 13 students were awarded inaugural ‘colours’ for their contribution to service here at St Paul’s.
Community gala has something for everyone
3 September 2018
From bouncy castles, food stalls and raffles to musical performances, games and a monster garage sale – the St Paul’s Collegiate School Community Gala has something for the whole family to enjoy.
Student service initiative wins World Vision award
27 August 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.
Ukulele a hit with St Joans residents
7 August 2018
Come Tuesday lunchtime it’s smiles all round in the activity room of Hamilton’s St Joans care centre – smiles brought about by the sound of ukuleles.
Cambodia trip an eye opener for students
14 February 2018
Working with slum living children in Cambodia is an experience these St Paul’s students will never forget.
Striving for gold with Duke of Edinburgh
15 August 2017
Four days of cross-country mountain bike riding, learning to play the guitar and getting involved with academic tutoring are just some of the activities Oliver Saunders has taken on board over the past year in order to complete his Duke of Edinburgh gold award.
Lucky guess wins rugby balls for local schools
10 July 2017
For Year 9 student Joe Gray this was not your typical ‘guess the number of lollies in the jar’ competition, instead Joe had to guess how many rugby balls filled a land rover – and he guessed correctly, winning 200 rugby balls for his school.
Giving time to neighbouring school children
30 May 2017
It’s lunchtime, and they’re already waiting by the vans.
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