Friday, 23 November 2012 13:16
Two weeks ago the Junior Team of Years 0 to 3 performed a musical, 'The Selfish Giant'.
Years 4 to 6 were lucky to watch this at the dress rehearsal earlier in the day and then parents and grandparents arrived for the afternoon performance. I am always impressed with the confidence of our students and the joy they show on their faces as they perform.
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 15:12
With two honourable mentions, 4 first places, 2 second places and 1 third place at the recent Young Designer Awards, it has been an exciting result in the design world for ACG Strathallan students and teachers alike.
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 16:52
Art, Design & Photography Holiday Workshops
Art, Photography and Design topics will be covered in this 2 day workshop. Students will explore Art through hands on practical activities in ACG Strathallan's well equipped Art studios.
Science Holiday Workshops
Biology, Chemistry and Physics topics will be covered in this three day workshop. Students will explore science through hands on activities in ACG Strathallan's well equipped laboratories.
For more information, contact ACG Strathallan Phone:(09)2950830 or email Rebecca.Hembrow@acgedu.com
Monday, 19 March 2012 10:21
The following paintings are just a few examples of the outstanding International GCSE Art Coursework Project (2011) from ACG Strathallan student Tingjian He (Jim).
Not for nothing, Tingjian received a Top in the World Award for IGCSE in Art & Design in the same year.
Thursday, 23 February 2012 11:26
L to R: Principal Robin Kirkham, Simon Higgins, Matt Humber, Jordan Jeffcoat, Tarika Sabherwal, Hamish Baxter, Tingjian He, Melissa Kelsey, CIE representative Ann Puntis, Julia Chan and Jo Palmer.
ACG Strathallan's Art and Design faculty showed once again that they are tops, with four of the school's six top awards for the 2011 Cambridge examinations being achieved by art and design students.
Friday, 02 September 2011 14:47
ACG Strathallan students lit up the stage of a packed-out 400 seater Maidment Theatre in central Auckland. The production was called 'Times like These' and was a roaring success, spanning music from five decades.
"After all the days of practice, all the team work and all the effort, we created an unforgettable night," said Kristie Voorburg, a talented singer in Year 12 at Strathallan. The production involved 107 students from all five ACG schools from Karaka to Henderson so the logistics of rehearsals were fairly involved, but it all came together seamlessly on the night in a very professional performance.
Tuesday, 21 June 2011 11:23
WOW! Just had the Wearable Arts Competition and it was AMAZING!