Caption: (L–R): SchoolTV Director James Wilson, Queen Margaret College Head of
Middle School Rena Day, psychologist Dr Michael Carr-Gregg and Queen Margaret
College Principal Jayne-Ann Young at the SchoolTV Principal’s Symposium.


Dedication to the wellbeing of students has led Queen Margaret College to be one of the first schools in New Zealand to launch SchoolTV.


The St Andrew’s College Development and Marketing and Communications teams have won the Educate Plus 2018 Advancement Award for Alumni and/or Community Event, for the planning, preparation and execution of the College’s 2017 Centenary Gala Weekend, and their production of The Spirit of St Andrew’s book and film, and StAC100 commemorative magazine.


ACG Strathallan student Siobhan Balle, in Year 10, has won the U15 Girls New Zealand Road Race Championship, held in Cambridge on 2 September 2018. It is her first national title.

Siobhan was running for Papakura Athletic and Harrier Club.

Siobhan’s race time of 11:04 for 3km placed her 18 seconds ahead of her nearest rival.


ACG Strathallan is delighted to announce the appointment of Kristie Thomas as principal of the Primary School from Term 4.


A near perfect performance has seen the St Andrew’s College Pipe Band finish second in the highly competitive Juvenile grade at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow.