Sport

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

Cornerstone Win Table Tennis Plate at National AIMs Games

Around 13,000 Year 7 and 8 children from around the country attended Aims Games this week. Cornerstone sent a team of our best six Table Tennis and Badminton players to to the Tauranga tournament. Cornerstone’s all male team were notable for the kindness and respect they showed their opposition. The boys also performed very well:  In Table Tennis doubles, Sam…

Issachar Tribe Win Secondary Football and Bible Quiz

Starting this week in last place, Issachar Tribe won both Tribe football and the Secondary Bible Quiz to now sit atop the House Competition standings.  Football: Thursday lunchtime saw reining champions Asher tribe meet  2021 last placed Issachar in the Tribe Football final. Asher had convincingly defeated Zebulun tribe a few weeks earlier, while Issachar had a tough battle with…

Naphtali Win Family Tribe Carnival

From bottle-flipping, to math tangrams, to bouncy castle sliding, Naphtali tribe dominated our end of term Tribe competition. The light-hearted competition was judged partly on our school values of kindness, and integrity. One of the advantages of a Year 1 – 13 area school is the family and community feel. Tribe teams were organised in family groups, who travelled together…

Cross Country

Covid and rain kept delaying the Secondary Cross Country until this week. A determined Mr McDonald oversaw the four year-level races under a cloudy sky at Cornerstone today. Senior Boys and Girls champions from 2021 Ben and Hannah both retained their titles in their final year of high school. The Intermediate boys race was a tie with three first XI…

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