In a fun afternoon of Waiata and songs to God, Zebulun tribe emerged victorious in the annual tribe singing competition. As a finish to Maori language week, it was fitting that each tribe sang a song in Te Reo Maori. There were adorable juniors singing solos, dance groups, a brass section, and some amazing vocals. […]
With CJ as the DJ blasting out the beats, some exuberant dancing, and a multitude of food it was a perfect night for ‘good clean fun’. The food was one of the highlights, provided by Prior Catering. A few teachers ventured onto the dance floor, although by 11pm, most had worn out their dancing feet. […]
Over 100 people came to this year’s Junior Social. Held at Youth Space, it was a chance for Year 9-11 students to dress up and dance. The event was catered by Year 11 students, who made stunning mini cupcakes, multi layer platters, savouries and chicken nuggets thrown in for the boys. The dance floor received […]
From Swimming Sports at the start of the year to Prize Giving at the end of the year, view 2019 at Cornerstone in photos.
Over a dozen countries were represented in cultures day performances this week. There was Maori singing, Irish springing, Bollywood Swinging and Barndance Slinging. The diverse range of performances from Year 1s right through to Year 13 students, gave the school a chance to appreciate and celebrate each other’s culture, just as God does. Thanks to […]
It was a night of glamourous gowns and stylish suits as around 60 students (and former students) gathered at the boat shed to celebrate. The photobooth and dance floor both received a good work out, as refreshments were quickly gobbled. Teacher in charge, Mrs Casey was quick to applaud the head-students for organising such a […]
With their funny and engaging show “Choices Matter”, Excel School of Performing Arts came and entertained Cornerstone’s secondary school today. For many the highlight was when a Cornerstone student was chosen to go up and dance with the group. For others it was the multi talented musicians. It was the first time Excel had been […]
With themes like Cosmos, and Nature Recycled, the student run Wearable Arts competition was a memorable Friday experience. Although not the most skillfully made costume, Samson Seumanu’s Cosmos entry, which involved a whole lot attitude, dancing, and fairy lights, was clearly the crowd favourite. Among the more serious entries were some immaculate painting, hand crafted […]
The school Singing and Bible story competition went to a new level this year, with our school Gymnasium as the venue for the first time. Around 700 people came to hear the singing and bible stories, and were also treated to spaceship crashes, ninja fight scenes, a fake Jesus, and a Grandma eating pizza. Asher […]
If it Chirps, Barks, Purrs, or Crawls, it probably came to pet day. From a small horse to a giant spider, Aroha students brought in their pets to show off, learn more about God’s creation.