St Peter’s golfers have been busy playing in both the NZ Golf National Secondary Schools Team Championship, NZ Golf National Age Group Championships and the Waikato Golf Association Lunden Links Putter Championship.

The highlights of our NZ Golf National Age Group Championships, were the following students;


Tuesday was an amazing evening for our St Peter’s students who scooped the largest number of prizes at the NIWA Waikato Regional Science & Technology Fair, and won the 2016 NIWA Shield for the best overall school.

A special mention must go to Amber Rowan-Sanders who won the 2016 Niwa work experience scholarship, $1000 for ‘Best in Fair’, LIC Trophy for the Best Living World exhibit and 1st place in Year 11-13 Senior Sciences sponsored by Hill Laboratories.


Wellington’s leading independent girls’ school has announced exciting new plans for students living outside of the capital city.

Queen Margaret College will be offering student accommodation after recently unveiling plans to open an onsite student hostel at the beginning of 2018 for Year 9-13 students.

At its August meeting, the College Board agreed to the building of a forty-four room hostel to be located onsite. The facility will also include accommodation for hostel staff.


Forget the Olympics, on Friday night in Auckland the hot international competition was one featuring a chatty man in a top hat, and 32 staggeringly well-read children sitting anxiously at tables on the stage of the Aotea Centre.

And the result was a nailbiter.

This was the international final of the Kids Lit Quiz - an eight-nation clash that pits teams against each other in a first-to-the-buzzer contest.


Two King's College students have recently been awarded major honours is sports and arts.  Finn Matheson for archery and karate, while Morgan Baxter was awarded a coveted role in a new televsion series based on the life of Edmund Hillary.

Finn Matheson (Year 9, Marsden), has come away with two major honours.