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Congratulations to Students and Teachers

Erika Fairweather, Kavanagh College, Dunedin, won a gold medal in the 200m freestyle race at the Junior World Swim championships. To see her on TVNZ sports click here St Peter's College, Auckland won a gold award at the NZ Concert Band National Festival.  Connor Gallagher won a bronze medal at the 51st International Chemistry Olympiad in France. Mi Rae Han, Kingsway [...]

Congratulations to Students and Teachers2019-09-06T13:34:43+13:00

Beyond Conflict: Evolution, Science and God – Conference

The Theology Programme at the University of Otago along with New Zealand Christians in Science is hosting a conference on Theology and Science:  Beyond Conflict: Evolution, Science & God

Beyond Conflict: Evolution, Science and God – Conference2019-07-31T11:52:08+13:00

Congratulations to Students and Teachers

St Mary's College, Auckland: Taumaia Malolo, Danika Manse and Tyler  Tevaga have been named in the Samoa U16 Girls Basketball team, which will compete in the FIBA Asia Championship. Marian College, Christchurch: Brie Ellen Harding and the Canterbury Baby Hawks placed second at the world Softball Championships.  Kate Taylor has been selected for the NZ U16 [...]

Congratulations to Students and Teachers2019-07-31T12:01:18+13:00

Becoming an Integrated School – Resource

If you wish to find out further information on how to become a state-integrated school, please click here which will take you to the Ministry of Education website. If you wish to discuss this process with the CEO of Association Of Proprietors of Integrated Schools, Paul Ferris, please contact him on 04 496 1739

Becoming an Integrated School – Resource2019-07-10T14:04:32+13:00

Congratulations to Students and Teachers

Chelsea Oliver, Baradene College Baradene College, Auckland:   Chelsea Oliver, has been selected in the NZ Women's Youth Water Polo team.  Caitlin Potter (Y10) has been chosen to represent NZ at the Dance World Cup. Katie Bull (Y12) and Jenna Whiteman (Y10) Hip Hop troupe won a Gold Medal at the Global Dance Games.  [...]

Congratulations to Students and Teachers2019-06-28T11:20:19+13:00

Congratulations to Schools and Students

Baradene College, Auckland: Vika Koloto has been selected for the NZSS Netball team. Lucy Burrell has been selected in the NZ rowing Junior Team which will compete in the World Championships in Tokyo.  Emily Carr and Kate Vernal recently played in the NZ U18 Women's Ice Hockey Team at the 2019 Challenge Cup of Asia  [...]

Congratulations to Schools and Students2019-06-05T10:02:01+13:00

Tomorrow’s Schools submission from APIS

APIS is sharing its response to the Our Schooling Futures: Stronger Together report to all its stakeholders as a way of engaging with our Proprietors and Schools.  Our submission has focused on the potential challenges for integrated schools if changes are implemented. Please click here to read our letter Please click here to read our [...]

Tomorrow’s Schools submission from APIS2019-03-18T13:34:36+13:00

July 2018 Roll Report

  There are 90,974 students in state integrated schools in New Zealand, which represents 11.3% of the schooling network. Of these, 42% are Y1-6 Primary students, 41% Y9-13 Secondary students and the remainder (17%) Y7-8 Intermediate level students, who may be in primary or secondary schools. The number of state integrated school students [...]

July 2018 Roll Report2018-12-11T16:56:06+13:00

The Future of Work: OECD Paper

A recent paper published by the OECD, The Future We Want, describes the OEDC Learning Framework 2030. We have made note of some of the concepts in this paper that we thought were particularly relevant to New Zealand schools today: The  children  entering  education in  2018 will be young adults in 2030. Schools can prepare them [...]

The Future of Work: OECD Paper2018-10-01T11:19:08+13:00

Growing Up in New Zealand Study Report

The latest report from the Growing Up in New Zealand study by Superu and the University of Auckland reveals: Our families are ethnically diverse: a third of children are born to at least one parent who did not grow up in New Zealand and where at least one parent is multilingual. Almost half of all [...]

Growing Up in New Zealand Study Report2018-08-13T08:47:51+13:00
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