Completed Projects

 

Centennial Centre for Wellbeing
Opened in 2014, the Centennial Centre for Wellbeing focuses on the concept of a healthy mind in a healthy body. In support of this our brand new complex incorporates the:

 

  • Beattie Centre where students can access pastoral support, counselling and careers advice
  • AFG Fitness Centre where girls build their fitness and core strength and can re-focus with a yoga class
  • Old Girls’ Health Education Centre where girls learn to make lifelong healthy choices for their minds and bodies
  • Margaret Beale Aquatic Centre where girls can swim and play water polo

 

Thank you to our generous sponsors who are recognised in named pool lanes and starting blocks and our water drop artwork – we could not have realised this fabulous facility without your support.

 
Names of current students, Old Girls, parents and staff also appear on bleacher seats in the Centre in recognition of a $500 donation. There are still some seats available for naming. Please contact the Development Office for more information.

 

Performing Arts Centre
The generosity of the College community raised over $2 million in support of the Performing Arts Centre, which was officially opened in 2011. The building boasts dedicated spaces for drama, music and dance rehearsals, music classrooms and facilities for co-curricular music and speech and drama lessons.

 
We want to thank all those donors that are recognised throughout the building on plaques, named rooms, the College Song Sculpture and specially engraved pavers.

 
Kahunui
St Cuthbert’s College offers students a remarkable experience at its remote campus, Kahunui.

 
Located on a 117 hectare property in the Bay of Plenty, Kahunui is based on the concept of learning through experience. Kahunui aims to advance the social development of Year 10 students, helping them achieve greater levels of physical, emotional and intellectual fitness. Students live in a supportive community for approximately four weeks and many students find this experience away from home a life-changing one.

 
Generous support enabled Kahunui to become a reality in just two short years from when the College first obtained the land, generously donated by passionate believers in outdoor education. Many thanks to the sponsors who have created a home-away-from-home for our girls: Briscoes, Essential Homewares, Fisher & Paykel, Fuji Xerox, Hills Flooring Ltd, McDonald’s, Norman Ellison Carpets, Trade Tools Ltd, Sleepyhead and VenLuRee.

 
Trio of Turfs
The Trio of Turfs was officially opened on 27 June 2006 and it is with much gratitude that the College thanks the many donors to the Trio of Turfs campaign, which has given our girls the following facilities:

 

  • Hockey Field
  • Ewen Courts (Junior School netball and tennis courts)
  • Harvey Alison Courts (Senior School netball and tennis courts)

 

Mr Alison opened the courts and commented that these facilities were another fine example of St Cuthbert’s striving to provide the best possible amenities for our students. The three turfs are being enjoyed by all students nearly a decade later and are a wonderful asset for the Sports Department.