The purpose we see for sport at Cornerstone Christian School is to encourage the development of sport as a Godly pursuit impacting:

  • Children’s physical development, of their bodies that God has created.
  • Children’s spiritual development, in doing their best for God.
  • Children’s mental development, in learning to make right, instant  decisions.
  • Children’s spatial development, in being aware of things happening around them, to others and to themselves.
  • Community building.

Please note that students will need to use their school email and password to access some of the information on the sports website.

Visit Cornerstone’s dedicated sports website.

Recent Sporting News Articles

Sports Tournament Week Results

Playing against secondary schools with five or ten times as many students was no barrier for Cornerstone teams at this year’s Secondary Sports Tournament week. As the beaten finalists at the Woolaston Hockey Tournament in Rotorua last year, Cornerstone’s First XI boys hockey team had high goals entering their week long tournament. The team remained unbeaten through the week, topping…

Senior-B Team Become Netball Champions

Congratulations to our Senior B Netball team who were won their final game to be crowned champions of their league this season. After very much a ‘development’ season in 2018, the girls went undefeated in 2019 – a season where they also prayed together before every game. The final was a close battle with the final score 26 to 24…

Hastings Retain Exchange Shield

Full Credit to the 31 Hasting Christian School athletes who came to Cornerstone this week, and kept our exchange shield. The competition was a lot closer this year across the ten games, with volleyball and dodgeball being particularly close affairs. Cornerstone won hockey, our strongest sport, whilst Hastings dominated the football as usual.The event is primarily about bringing together the…

Cross Country Invaded by BMX Bikes

It was a glorious sunny day at Linklater Reserve this week, as Cornerstone Christian School enjoyed the recently completed public reserve. With CCS students helping the city council design the park, it’s 1.5km loop track and BMX track were put to good use today.  The Open Girls cross country race was won by Shantay Savea for Naphtali tribe – the…