ACG Strathallan student Siobhan Balle, in Year 10, has won the U15 Girls New Zealand Road Race Championship, held in Cambridge on 2 September 2018. It is her first national title.
Siobhan was running for Papakura Athletic and Harrier Club.
Siobhan’s race time of 11:04 for 3km placed her 18 seconds ahead of her nearest rival.
ACG Strathallan is delighted to announce the appointment of Kristie Thomas as principal of the Primary School from Term 4.
A near perfect performance has seen the St Andrew’s College Pipe Band finish second in the highly competitive Juvenile grade at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow.
Students from Matahui School, a small private rural school near Katikati, are among those set to compete in the 15th Anchor AIMS Games, an international sporting championship held in Tauranga.
Noah Grove, 12, is a member of the school's six-a-side mixed hockey team. He hasn't played hockey before, and neither has anyone in his family.
"Joining a new school and then learning how to play hockey – I got inspired by it," Noah says.
For 112 years, Dilworth School has filled its roll with boys from good families experiencing hardship. As the school looks to reimagine its future, a redevelopment of the Senior Campus and new school for girls is being scoped out.