1. Nadia Edmond selected to represent NZ!

    Congratulations to Nadia Edmond who has been selected to represent New Zealand at the Karate Junior Worlds at the end of October in Tenerife, Spain! Nadia will compete in the Junior Female +59kg Kumite division.Nadia has also received some outstanding results at the Karate Nationals over the weekend placing: – 1st in the Individual Kumite 16/17 Read more

  2. Netball Cancellation

    Netball at Hagley Park is CANCELLED tomorrow for all teams EXCEPT the Senior B’s!Senior B’s are playing 11.30am, court 1.

  3. Senior Academic Bar Assembly

    As well as celebrating the girls’ achievements at the Senior Academic Bar Assembly, we also enjoyed an inspirational speech from Mr Belcher, a copy of which is below:“Welcome to today’s assembly.Out there, in front of me, just beside you and probably in your seat I see shinning stars radiating the light of success. It’s the Read more

  4. Football Success for Emma Clarke

    Emma Clarke is a talented young lady, especially when it comes to her ability to juggle her school work and sporting passion; football. A normal week sees Emma training with her club team, her school team, the Canterbury men’s football team, at the gym and pre-season training with the Canterbury women’s team – not to Read more

  5. Gillian Simpson to retire from role in 2018

    Gillian Simpson has made the decision to retire from her role as Executive Principal of St Margaret’s College, at the end of Term One 2018.This is an enormous decision for Gillian and her family, as well as for St Margaret’s College, a decision that has not been arrived at lightly. From the efforts that Gillian and Read more

  6. Where Are You?

    Be a part of the “Where Are You?” campaign!  Have you been out of touch with St Margaret’s for a while? Perhaps the information we have for you is out of date? We want to know where you are and hear all your news!Together with the St Margaret’s College Old Girls Association we are working Read more

  7. Students make a difference at Plunket site

    Polly Forbes and Charli Francis alongside the University of Canterbury’s Student Volunteer Army (SVA) and other local Year 12s, have come to the aid of Prebbleton Plunket. In the space of a few hours, the students transformed the grounds, clearing 400kg of waste from the site.Despite wet weather, 38 Year 12 students from ten Christchurch Read more

  8. On The Stage – Dance, Act, Sing.

    Internationally renowned dancer and choreographer Rina Chae, who has performed with Beyoncé, Justin Beiber and Neyo, is guest tutor at St Margaret’s College Theatre Dance Academy ‘On The Stage’; a three day ‘live-in’ performing arts residency for students aged 11 – 14.Limited places have been opened to students, from throughout New Zealand, to have the Read more

  9. International Baccalaureate Results

    Congratulations to our November 2016 International Baccalaureate candidates! The International Baccalaureate Diploma has been awarded to 100% of our candidates. Their average score is above the NZ average and the Australian average, both of which lie well above the world average. To further put their results in context, 41% meet the academic criteria for University Read more