News

16/11/2016

The ISNZ Office was badly shaken during the November 14 earthquake but has reopened again today.  

A structural engineer has reviewed the building and found that there is no structural damage and engineers have advised the building is safe to enter.

Some staff are working remotely as roads around Greater Wellington continue to be affected by flooding and slips. 

There have been no reports of injuries to students or staff (including all of our interntional students) at any ISNZ Schools.

16/11/2016

Rangi Ruru Girls’ School in Christchurch has announced the appointment of a new Director of Boarding.

Kyleigh Lyth will join the school in January 2017, coming from Selwyn House School where she has been their Director of Boarding

Rangi Ruru Principal, Dr Sandra Hastie says she is very pleased to be filling the important role with someone of Kyleigh Lyth’s calibre. 

“It is incredibly important that our new Director of Boarding continues the excellent care and support currently being provided to our girls”, says Dr Hastie.

07/11/2016

During October, 21 of New Zealand’s top secondary students graduated from the prestigious Fuji Xerox Next Generation Leaders (NGL) Programme. The programme has been developed in partnership with the Sir Peter Bake Trust and over the last four years has grown an alumni base of more than 100 students.

This year seven students from ISNZ Schools were selected to take part and participated in the three stages of the programme between March and October. 

31/10/2016

Samuel Marsden Collegiate School in Karori announced its 2016 Hall of Fame Laureates today.  On the 10th anniversary of the awards the honour goes to professional sportswoman Kate McIlroy, businesswoman Victoria Spackman and singing teacher and performer Judy Bellingham. The award is also awarded posthumously to Sheilah Winn, a supporter and patron of the arts. 

31/10/2016

It is with great pleasure that St Peter’s Cambridge announces the appointment of Mr Greg Haines to the position of Deputy Principal.  Greg is currently the Head of Teaching and Learning (Acting Assistant Principal), at St Kentigern College where he is responsible for whole school initiatives in professional development, and student centred led approaches to teaching and learning.

Greg will commence his role in January 2017.