- 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.
Recent Sporting News Articles
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…
In a windy, weather postponed event, Zebulun tribe emerged from the pack to secure the Junior Athletics competition. With a lot of parental support, students ran, hurdled, threw and jumped their way to victory at Celaeno park. These results will be combined with the Senior Athletics competition held back in February to find out who wins the overall Athletics Shield.
With just under half of all cornerstone students playing sport for the school, the annual sports prize was a celebration of the community, character and team work that can develop in sports as well as athletic prowess. Mr McDonald, Cornerstone’s Head of Sport was recognised for the numerous teams he personally looked after, as well as the school and regional…
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…