Rugby Training with the All Blacks
With just 4 games to go for our school rugby season, we had the best possible start by having Brad Mooar and Will Jordan come along to train with us.&...
On Wednesday, 28 July 2021 we are offering two opportunities for prospective students and their parents and caregivers to hear more about the school a...
Epro 8 Competition
On Wednesday 6th July, eight CSKI students took part in the Epro 8 Challenge semifinals. This national inter-school science and engineering competitio...
Grip Leadership Conference 2021
On the 10th of June 2021, our head students were given the opportunity to go to the GRIP leadership conference. The GRIP leadership conference is all about inspiring young leaders, and that certainly happened! The students attending were given multiple opportunities to be involved and throughout the conference were completely engaged. Also they took away from the conference several different lessons, techniques and skills that will benefit them all later in life. The focus of the course was to develop leadership and to inspire the participants to be more, and to be able to be more effective having identified their strengths. They played games to develop an understanding of clear communication and partook in several activities that put them out of their comfort zone, in order to show all the students attending, what it is like to be a leader sometimes. Overall the head students benefited hugely from the course and will (hopefully) flourish with the skills gained.By Jack (Head student) 2021.
Our 2021 speech finals took place at assembly this week. Participants had the challenge of including the phrase 'If I could change the world' within their speech. A wide range of topics were explored and enjoyed by the audience. After much deliberation our judge named Jay S and Monica H as our year 7 and 8 winners. Well done to all our finalists!
During weeks 9 and 10 learning celebrations have taken place in homeroom and specialist learning spaces. These have provided an opportunity to further enhance learning partnerships and in particular students to share their progress and achievements with their whānau. We thank all members of our community who made time to attend these important events.