Student Selected for FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup Squad

Year 13 student Rose Luxton has been named as part of the squad of 21 players that will represent New Zealand at the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in Uruguay. The New Zealand U-17 Women’s side are set to take on Finland, Uruguay, and Ghana in their first… Read More

Sports Colours 2018

Each year, St Cuthbert’s honours the sportswomen and teams who have truly excelled in their respective fields. Congratulations to the following sportswomen who received their Sports Colours in 2018! Team Awards Junior Girls Orienteering Team Junior Girls Cross Country Team (3 person) Junior Girls Cross Country Team… Read More

Cultural Honours 2018

Each year, the St Cuthbert’s Cultural Honours ceremony acknowledges girls who have made outstanding contributions to the school’s performing arts community. Congratulations to the following girls who were acknowledged at the Cultural Honours ceremony for 2018: Cultural Honours Lana Smith: Dance Georgia Warwick:   Debating Rose Brooke: Drama… Read More

Teacher features in Sunday Star Times

John Duston, St Cuthbert’s Head of Subject for Accounting, featured in yesterday’s Sunday Star Times, where he discussed his brand new book, Financial Capability. Financial Capability is a workbook designed to help young people manage their money more effectively. John says that what motivated him to write the book,… Read More

St Cuthbert's Students Win Chinese Short Film Competition

Year 10 students Peyton Leigh, Olivia Lawgun, Isabella Richardson, and Sofia Barro recently won the Best Film Award at the New Zealand Primary and Secondary School Students Chinese Short Film Contest. The theme for this year’s contest, which is organised by ILEP and NZCLTA, was Having fun with… Read More

Big results at The Big Sing!

The Big Sing 2018 National Finale Awards took place at the Michael Fowler Centre in Wellington last weekend, with St Cuthbert’s Black Watch Singers and Saints Alive both selected to participate as part of the Big Sing Gala Concert. The Gala Concert features performances from the Top 24 choirs, who were… Read More

St Cuthbert’s Swim School celebrates success

Did you know that the St Cuthbert’s Swim School was named New Zealand’s Most Outstanding Swim School for the second year in a row? Presented annually by the New Zealand Swim Coaches and Teachers Association (NZSCTA), which is dedicated to the development of “world leading practice in education; accreditation, professional development… Read More

Our inspiring leaders

Tiana Willis-Baker and Lucy Heron form a formidable partnership as our 2018 Head Girl and Deputy Head Girl, respectively. Include Emily Couper, Head Boarder, and the leadership team is known as the ‘Three Musketeers’. Their personalities and skills complement each other perfectly, allowing each to shine as they fulfil their… Read More

Lifelong connections

There is an air of mystery and intrigue surrounding the Kahunui Programme, perpetuated by the fact that students have to wait until Year 10 before they get to experience the magic of Kahunui. Those who have been, hold the experience dear. Many describe their month at the riverside campus as… Read More

Musical Family

Christine and Catherine Bowie left St Cuthbert’s College in the 1980s and headed off to Paris to become world-renowned musicians. Now the Bowie sisters have come full circle because their daughters are students at the College. Christine’s daughter Estelle Lee, 11, a keen trumpet player, has started in Year 7. Read More