The wellbeing of youths has never been more challenging, and St Peter’s, Cambridge is one of the very first schools in New Zealand to launch a “wellbeing Netflix” to help support parents and their families.

SchoolTV is an internationally celebrated wellbeing platform featuring Dr. Michael Carr-Gregg and leading experts from New Zealand and Australia. It provides practical strategies from credible sources about managing modern-day issues and the many challenges affecting young people.


Samuel Marsden Collegiate School has been celebrating its 140th birthday in style this year with a variety of occasions, starting with a wonderful pōwhiri welcoming new students and Principal Narelle Umbers.


St Peter’s, Cambridge is excited to lead the education sector in health and wellbeing with the introduction of new services at the school.

Dr. Micheal Brown has been appointed as the Director of Wellbeing. He is the first person in New Zealand to hold this full-time position in a school.

Micheal will lead the newly developed Wellbeing Services Team which consists of a wellness consultant, two school counsellors, a nurse practice manager, and two other nurses with school nursing experience.


Maths teacher Krista Rabulall has been granted the 2018 Margaret and John Kalman Charitable Trust Mathematics Teaching Prize, awarded through the University of Auckland.


Samuel Marsden Collegiate School welcomed Jonathon Meichtry, Principal Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services, as the first presenter in the Marsden Innovation Series this week. The session was attended by Marsden Year 9-13 students, parents and members of the business community.