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St Paul’s Welcomes Jamieson Hudson as Visual Arts Teacher
29 November 2023
St Paul’s Collegiate School is thrilled to announce Jamieson Hudson as the newest addition to our Visual Arts Department, starting in Term 1, 2024.
Celebrating Excellence: St Paul’s Arts and Culture Awards
31 October 2023
In a star-studded assembly held at St Paul’s Collegiate School, the spotlight shone on exceptional students who have displayed dedication and talent within the realm of the arts and culture.
Introducing the piper of St Paul’s Collegiate School
8 September 2023
Seumas, a name rooted in Gaelic tradition, is fitting for the remarkable piper at St Paul's Collegiate School.
Liam Hodgson and his journey with Te Reo Maaori
8 September 2023
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori kicks off on Monday Mahuru 11 and at St Paul's we are excited to celebrate.
St Paul’s students shine at Hamilton Vocal Competition
18 July 2023
St Paul’s Collegiate School students Seumas Eade, Venessa Joyce and Caitlin Lou (Year 13) attended the Hamilton Vocal Competition held at the University of Waikato, Gallagher Centre of Performing Arts.
The Bagels win at Rock Quest
27 June 2023
They went, they rocked and they won.
Orange and Lime make a splash
18 April 2023
There's a new band at St Paul's Collegiate School - it's fresh and it's making a splash.
New art is a taonga
29 March 2023
Wellington-based artist Miriama Grace-Smith painted a treasured piece of art on the stairwell leading to the new Te Reo Maaori teaching and learning space at St Paul’s Collegiate School.
Bagels that make music
27 February 2023
The word bagel usually conjures thoughts of a delicious breakfast but at St Paul’s Collegiate School, the word bagel is all about music.
Celebrating St Paul’s art
14 September 2022
Spring was in the air for the launch of the new St Paul’s Art Collection as guests celebrated the beginning of a new era for art at St Paul’s Collegiate School on Wednesday 31 August.
Milan Hood paints gift to Williams House
1 April 2022
After assisting Gary Schofield (Hall 1970-1974) with a painting of Shrek back in 2018, Housemaster Matt Holdgate insisted 2021 was the year Milan Hood (Year 13) should begin creating his own masterpiece for Williams House.
Sam Mitchell kickstarts annual artwork acquirement
15 March 2022
Headmaster Ben Skeen and Head of Visual Arts Jonathan Cameron collaborated on ideas to spruce up the artwork around the school.
Menotti snags June Clifford Silver Award
3 November 2021
While competing at the New Zealand Community Trust Music Contest on 5-6 August, Matthew Chanwai (Year 11) played the cello in the trio, Menotti.
Standing firm alongside Te Wiki o Te Reo Maaori
10 September 2021
Over the week of 13-19 of Mahauru, September, St Paul’s Collegiate School will be celebrating Maaori Language Week.
Collegian returns as teacher
10 August 2021
For Collegian Anahia Noble (Harington 2016-2018), returning to St Paul’s as a teacher aide and teacher of Te Reo was a natural transition.
From Abu Dhabi to St Paul’s
9 August 2021
Heather Fox holds a string of credentials from around the world along with international teaching experience from Abu Dhabi and the United Kingdom in music and the arts.
Music teacher brings classical flare to St Paul’s
9 August 2021
As an accomplished performer in both solo and ensemble settings, new music teacher Jonathan Dunlop brings an impressive musical resume to St Paul’s.
World renowned singer to teach at St Paul’s
9 August 2021
Grammy-Award winning singer, Timothy Wayne-Wright has an extensive music career spanning 30 years, and will join St Paul’s as the new Director of Choral Music at the beginning of term three.
Reigniting the dying art of organ playing
13 May 2021
Organs are one of the hardest instruments in the world to play and because of this, there are very few organ players in the country.
St Paul’s opens new dance school
14 January 2021
As a high school student Harriet Norman had extra lessons at lunchtime to perfect her dancing.
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