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Paul Cakebread Adds to Mathematics Department
26 November 2019
The mathematics department has increased their numbers with the arrival of Paul Cakebread at the start of term four.
Tiaki Receives Altrusa Youth Award
1 November 2019
Tiaki Rhodes received the prestigious Altrusa Youth Award at a ceremony held at Hamilton Gardens on 22 October. The award recognises year 12 students across Hamilton who excel in all facets of school life and are role models amongst their peers.
Coromandel to California – a Kiwi boy’s real life Baywatch experience
1 November 2019
Huntington Beach, California, could seem like a world away from Jae Broomfield’s usual beach at Tairua, but with its white sands, excellent surfing and beach culture, it could not have felt more like home to the young lifeguard.
Long serving staff recognised
31 October 2019
With a combined teaching experience of 200 years, teachers Robert Aldridge, Ian Campbell, Peter Gilbert, Michael Groom, Garth Littlejohn, Craig Morton, Neil Muirhead and Paul Wilson were recognised at a recent school assembly, for their commitment to the teaching profession and for serving more than 20 years each at St Paul’s Collegiate School.
Science technician nominated for well-deserved kudos
5 August 2019
A member of staff for eight years, Science Technician Raewyn Keene is a finalist in the 2019 Kudos Science Excellence Awards.
Williams House welcomes new housemaster
29 May 2019
Matt Holdgate has joined St Paul’s as the housemaster of Williams House, taking over from Craig Hardman.
St Paul’s introduces smartphone ban for junior students
17 May 2019
Smartphones could be banned from growing numbers of classrooms as educators grapple with the pitfalls of mobile devices.
Convention unites student leaders
9 May 2019
Six Year 12 students travelled to Indonesia to represent St Paul’s at the Asia Pacific Young Leaders Convention.
Honouring the Hornsby generosity
3 April 2019
As the school roll grows, so too does the need for new infrastructure and more resource.
New teaching and support staff join St Paul’s
5 February 2019
The New Year sees a number of new teaching and support staff join St Paul’s.
Social Sciences welcomes new Leader of Curriculum
20 November 2018
As the new Social Sciences’ Leader of Curriculum (LOC), Christina Nicolaas' teaching career spans eight years.
All-round excellence recognised
2 November 2018
Exemplifying the four cornerstones of St Paul’s – academic, sport, culture and service – Year 12 student Julia McLean is the recipient of the 2018 Altrusa Youth Award.
Outstanding teacher and coach receives honours award
3 July 2018
In recognition of his service to students and sport, St Paul’s teacher Craig Hardman has been awarded an ISNZ Honours Award.
Hillary Challenge tests students
21 May 2018
Speed, skill and endurance were put to the test by our team competing in the Torpedo7 Hillary Challenge Final earlier this month.
St Paul’s inducts four new Fellows
9 April 2018
As guardians of the school, the role of a Fellow is the same as that of the original founders.
Cathedral Dean called back to school
15 March 2018
The transition from Cathedral Dean to school Chaplain might not be the usual move for an Anglican clergyperson, but for Reverend Peter Rickman this was a decision he felt quite strongly about.
Voyage to Kermadec Islands for Hamilton teens
25 February 2018
Genevieve Scott-Jones is a teenager looking forward to going off the grid.
New Year welcomes new staff
16 February 2018
Following some sad staff farewells in 2017, the New Year brings with it some new faces to St Paul’s.
A mural of great size and meaning
5 December 2017
The legacy of Sir Edmund Hillary lives on in many shapes and forms – one of these is now a large-scale mural on St Paul’s sports centre.
US psychologist says screen addiction damaging children
20 November 2017
We're raising a generation of screen addicts and it’s being encouraged in the most unlikely of places – schools.
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