On enrolment at Cornerstone each student is allocated a tribe (or house) for the purposes of inter-tribe events and competitions within the school.
The four tribes are:
- Asher (green),
- Issachar (yellow).
- Naphtali (blue),
- Zebulun (red)
Tribe competitions take place throughout the year, and include Athletics, Swimming, and team sports, in the summer, as well as Bible quizzes, and Performing Arts in the winter. Students are encouraged to compete in events wearing their tribe colours.
Read more about Tribe results at Cornerstone’s Dedicated Sports Website.
Current Tribe Competition Standings
Recent Tribe Competition News
It was a day of breaking shot put records at Senior Athletics today. Deputy Head Boy Tim Muli flexed his mighty Tongan arms with school records in the Open Shot Put, Javelin and Discus. After breaking his own 12.34m shot put record, he exclaimed “Thank You God for giving me this great throw.” The Intermediate Boys, Senior Girls, and Junior…
Issachar tribe, managed to retain their swimming trophy for the third year running. Naphtali drew ahead of a well-organised Zebulun tribe for second place under the hot Feilding sun. The day will be remembered for aerial acrobatics, close finishes in races, a feisty staff swim team, and roaring singing on the bus ride. Liam Simpson took out the top senior…
After 16 rounds of raft racing, caterpillar walking, ring tossing go-karting, ping pong piping and gumboot throwing Zebulun tribe emerged victorious at this year’s Top Tribe games. Points were also given for team work, and showing kindness, with senior students quick to look after their Year 1 and 2 team mates. The Junior Athletics winners were also announced, with Zebulun…
With Year 1-13 students all working together to flip tyres, navigate a confidence course, and collect cones, this week’s Tribe competition was about team work. True to Cornerstone culture senior students very quickly adopted smaller buddies, and helped them through the obstacles. Reigning champions, Issachar managed to win again, by the narrowest of margins, with Naphtali tribe consistent efforts not…