Search Search Menu

Upcoming Events

Community Visits
Everyone's welcome. Whether you are an Old Boy, a past or current parent, or looking to join our community, we'd love to see you at our Community Visits.

Register Now

Athletics Day Lunch – For parents of Dayboys

Friday 23 February, 12.15pm, Chapman Room

Book Now

SISS Rowing Regatta - Parent Dinner

Saturday 3 March, 7pm, McKenzie Country Inn

Book Now

Professor Lea Waters - The Strength Switch
As a strengths-based scientist for more than 20 years, Dr Lea Waters has witnessed first-hand how focusing on our children’s strengths, rather than correcting their weaknesses, can help build resilience and optimism.

Tuesday 6 March, 7.30pm, OBT

Book Now

CC & SMC Drinks by the lake

Wednesday 21 March, 5.30pm, CC & SMC Marquees, Lake Ruataniwha

Register Now

Cricket Tour Fundraiser – Pecking Order
Join members of the 148-year old Christchurch Poultry, Bantam and Pigeon Club in the lead up to the NZ National Championships, as they battle history (and each other) in their quest for glory. Pecking Order is a hilarious, unique, and heart-warming slice of Kiwiana which is sure to delight and surprise audiences of all ages.

Wednesday 21 March, 7pm, Christ's College Assembly Hall

Book Now

Centre for Ethics & Spirituality - Israelites in Archaeology and the Bible
College’s Director of Finance and Operations Mr Steve Kelsen will discuss what archaeology can tell us about the Bible.Steve is passionate about archaeology and has first-hand experience in the Middle East, having worked as a volunteer and supervisor of archaeological excavations at Tel Rehov and Tel Zeitah. His experience living in the Old City of Jerusalem, being part of a dig, and living and working as an archaeologist in Israel, offers a fascinating insight into the rich history of this part of the world.

Thursday 22 March, 7.30pm, Chapman Room

Book Now

The Maadi Presentation Dinner

Saturday 24 March, 7pm, McKenzie Country Inn

Book Now

Parent Education Evening with Paul Dillon - Drug and Alcohol Education
Paul Dillon has worked in the area of drug and alcohol education for the past 25 years. Through his business Drug and Alcohol Research and Training Australia (DARTA), he has been contracted by various organisations to give regular updates on current drug trends, and has worked with many school communities to ensure they have access to good quality information and best practice drug education. Paul wrote the best-selling book Teenagers, Alcohol and Drugs.

Tuesday 10 April, 7.30pm, Chapman Room

Book Now


Book Here

Search website