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News & Events

From the classroom to the sports field and everywhere in between, find out how we make an impact locally and globally.

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    Tui award for music teachers

    A band featuring two ACG Tauranga music teachers has won the Tui for best Worship Artist for 2017 at the recent NZ Vodafone Music Awards.
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    Athleticism, sportsmanship at whole-school athletics day

    Jumping, throwing, running, hurdling – students from across the school came together to compete at ACG Tauranga’s Athletics Day this week, the first to be held on school grounds.
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    ACG Tauranga to host top basketball event

    ACG Tauranga will be one of five hosts of HoopNation, NZ’s premier basketball event, this Labour weekend.
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    ACG Tauranga sponsors new wave of Mount lifeguards

    ACG Tauranga has become the primary sponsor of the Mount Maunganui Lifeguard Service’s (MMLS) Nippers programme for the 2017/2018 season.
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    Top results in Tall Poppies maths competition

    Congratulations to our Year 7 and Year 8 teams who represented ACG Tauranga at the recent Tall Poppies Mathematics Problem Solving Competition.
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    Principal Shawn Hutchinson speaks on Newstalk ZB

    It’s the biggest unsolved issue in education: are single-sex schools better than co-educational schools? Unsolved, says ACG Tauranga principal Shawn Hutchinson, because the question is wrong. Ask not, he says, whether single-sex or co-ed is better; ask instead how good the school is. He spoke to Newstalk ZB’s Rachel Smalley about the issue.