- 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.
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Recent Sporting News Articles
In a Cornerstone first, a 2.4km track was marked on our own property to run the school Cross Country this year. The move allowed plenty of social distancing from the public, as well as classes to cheer each other on. Issachar tribe got off to a strong lead after the senior races slightly ahead of Naphtali tribe. After the very…
After medal placings in 2018 and 2019, the 2020 Cornerstone First Eleven hockey team won their regional tournament today in Napier. Day One – Tauhara College Cornerstone’s first game of the tournament was against Tauhara College, their toughest opponent of Pool D. Down 2-0 at half time, and then 3-0 shortly afterwards, the boys began a fightback, only to succumb…
From Human Battleships to bouncy castles to 1990s video games, Cornerstone finished Term 2 in style. After one of the longest, and for many, the most tiring terms in a long time, a carnival day was in order. In combined groups of Year 1 to 13s, students rotated around 24 stations, perhaps more akin to a circus than a school….
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…