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Global recognition for agribusiness programme
22 January 2019
St Paul’s agribusiness programme was a finalist in the 2019 International School Awards.
St Paul’s wins prestigious education award
4 July 2018
St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton has won a Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Award.
St Paul’s student invention wins at Fieldays
15 June 2018
A team of St Paul’s Agribusiness students were named young inventors of the year at Fieldays 2018.
Industry innovations shine in crocodile pit
11 June 2018
From biodegradable solutions for covering silage to blankets for keeping cows warm, inventions and innovative services designed for the agricultural sector were revealed in the annual Crocodile Pit competition last month.
Agribusiness programme recognised for leading change
22 May 2018
St Paul’s has been announced as a finalist in the 2018 Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards.
Kudos recognition for secondary school contribution
29 September 2017
St Paul’s teacher Kerry Allen has been awarded the ‘WINTEC Secondary Science Teacher/Educator/Communicator Award’ at the 2017 Kudos Awards.
Agri-scholarships to assist tertiary study
8 September 2017
Growing up on a sheep and beef farm, St Paul’s Old Collegian Hugh Jackson (Sargood 2012-2016) has been interested in farming since a young age.
The battle for the 2017 TeenAg title
24 July 2017
Despite the bitterly cold Feilding weather, Year 13 students Brad Edwards and Quinn Bowie put their outdoor agricultural skills to the test in the 2017 TeenAg Grand Final earlier this month.
Agribusiness students win Fieldays ‘Young Inventor of the Year’
16 June 2017
A team of Year 13 Agribusiness students have been awarded the ‘Young Inventor of the Year’ prize at Fieldays 2017.
Conference attracts schools to teach Agribusiness
30 May 2017
Since the opening of the Gallagher Agribusiness Centre of Excellence building in early 2016 and commencement of the agribusiness programme being taught at level 2 and 3 at St Paul’s for the last three years, momentum continues to develop this teaching and learning programme and make it freely accessible to all NZ schools.
Agribusiness duo win regional TeenAg competition
28 March 2017
St Paul’s Collegiate School Agribusiness students, Brad Edwards (Year 13) and Quinn Bowie (Year 13), took out the top spot at the Waikato Bay of Plenty TeenAg competition in Te Awamutu from 25-26 March 2017.
Donny Trust gives boost to agri-ed
17 December 2016
Five agribusiness scholarships to St Paul’s Collegiate School have been awarded to Year 11, 12 and 13 day and boarding students for the 2017 school year.
Agribusiness students star at Young Enterprise National Awards
9 December 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Year 13 graduates Angus Kelly, Ben McColgan, Hugh Jackson and Connor Gordon were awarded the Innovation Award at the Young Enterprise National Awards in Wellington on Wednesday night.
New agribusiness subject to attract top students into farming
21 October 2016
A new agribusiness secondary school subject is to be trialled at schools next year in a bid to attract "the brightest and best" to careers in the primary industries.
Agribusiness students take out top spots at Youth Enterprise Scheme Regional Awards
21 October 2016
St Paul’s Agribusiness students won big at the Waikato/King Country Youth Enterprise Scheme Regional Awards on Thursday 20 October with two teams taking out first and second placings in the Young Enterprise Scheme category.
Students win Waikato secondary schools ag-challenge
20 October 2016
Skills learnt on the family farm gave Hugh Jackson and Angus Kelly the competitive edge needed to win the Waikato secondary schools ag-challenge over the weekend.
National competition for AgriBiz students
2 August 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School students Quinn Bowie (Year 12) and Brad Edwards (Year 12) competed in the national TeenAg competition in Timaru in July.
Boring device impresses judges in Fieldays competition
18 July 2016
A boring device has risen above its competitors in an innovation-focused competition.
App to keep workers safe
8 July 2016
Young innovators Aneil Khatkar, Connor Steer and Carter Brydon from St Paul’s Collegiate School created interest with their concept for Fell Safe – a new app and software that would be installed into either a watch or FitBit to minimise injury and death on forestry worksites.
Students make boring easy
23 June 2016
A group of St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Agribusiness students won the Young Innovator of the Year title at Fieldays.
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