Teaching at Christ's College


Motivation – Manawa hihiko Personal and collective wellbeing relies on an understanding of character strengths and an informed appreciation of howwe can bring ourselves and the groups of which we are a part to their best. As a small, faith-based Anglican boys’ school, College will formulate an approach tomotivation informed by the latest research and ongoing self-assessment and reflection. The focus to 2025 will be to develop understandings and actions for the benefit of all, but especially the three key stakeholders in the College experience: students, staff and parents. Our aimwill be to create an atmosphere of excellence,where all aremotivated to contribute to the collective good, as well as being personally motivated to aspire to be at their best.

Connection – Tuhonotanga Relationships are the lifeblood of the Christ’s College community and the key to our ongoing success and relevance. Our bi-cultural heritage on this special site in Otautahi, connects us intrinsically with the past, and is a platform for relevant communication and outreach as we prepare for our 175th anniversary celebrations in 2025 – our dodransbicentennial. Our aim is for clear messaging about all our past history, and for understanding at every touch point, be that between teacher and student, parent and school or College and wider Otautahi.

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Internationalism Our students seek out, discover and embrace the similarities and differences between cultures and nationalities in ways that promote meaningful and lasting understanding and respect.

Democracy Our students develop a sense of equality, fairness, justice and a desire to do what is right for the greater good.

Environmentalism Our students understand our place in the world, the forces that shape our surroundings and the impact humanity can have.

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