“Think outside, no box required” was the slogan behind the Year 6 project that has become a reality for Scots College students Orlando Pender, Kobe Fulljames and Noah Stephens.


International success for triple threat on the sports field 

A Year 11 Queen Margaret College student will be gracing the world stage in Basketball next year.

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Samuel Marsden Collegiate School had 18 girls nominated for the 2017 College Sports Wellington (CSW) Awards presented at Te Rauparaha Arena this week. Four made it to the finals; Imogen Skelton (athletics), Ruby Leverington (rowing), Jade Otway (tennis) and Rachel Bertschinger (floorball) and two won their individual codes. Imogen Skelton was female Athlete of the Year and Ruby Leverington female Rower of the Year.


Michael Wheeler (Year 11) moved a big step closer to his Paralympics goal last month, representing both Auckland and then New Zealand in the Australian Powered Wheelchair Football Association tournament in Sydney, Australia.

After competing in the Auckland representative team for the first half of the week, the highly competitive athlete was then selected to represent New Zealand and play for three trans-Tasman matches.  After a competitive bout, the New Zealand team placed runners up to the Australian team.



An enthusiastic and athletic international Queen Margaret College student is one of twelve students across six categories to be recognised at the Wellington International Student Excellence Awards at the end of October.

Year 12 student Amber (Shiyu) Jiang received an award in the Sports category at the annual event for excelling in both rowing and basketball.