Centenary Film Trailer
Premiered at the launch of the Centenary on 16 September this Centenary film trailer, which is being produced by Belmont Productions looks at 100 years of history and what makes StAC so special.
Centenary Launch Highlights
On Friday 16 September St Andrew’s College in Christchurch officially launched its Centenary celebrations with a special student assembly. Watch the highlights in this video and check out our events programme to book tickets to the Gala Weekend celebrations 17-19 March 2017.
StAC’s 100 Episode 1
Produced by the StAC Media Department students are presenting a Centenary themed series called StAC’s 100. In Episode 1 they interview Director of Development Clare Wilkinson, Museum Curator Alex Callaghan and the man behind the Centenary film, Old Collegian Rick Harvie.
StAC’s 100 Episode 4
Watch the latest episode of StAC’s 100 made by the TV and Media Department. College Chaplains Paul Morrow and Jillian Fenton are interviewed and a condensed version of the Dedication of the Centennial Chapel event is showcased.
Centenary Vintage Newsreel
Voiced by student Nic Cain, this newsreel takes a look at some of the special moments in the College’s 100 year history, without taking itself too seriously. It was originally shown at the Centenary launch on 16 September 2016.
Dedication of the Centennial Chapel
Watch the Dedication of the Centennial Chapel live here from 10.45am Tuesday 25 October 2016. Thanks to OSB for generously donating their truck and crew (many of them Old Cols) to make this happen.
StAC’s 100 Episode 3
StAC’s 100 Episode 3 focuses on student preparation for exams with Careers Advisor Mr Feary and an interview with Old Collegian Steve Hartley (2001) who works as a professional sound engineer. Steve managed sound for the livestreaming of the Dedication of the Centennial Chapel event and mentored our students interested in this area.
StAC’s 100 Episode 5 Professor Peter O’Connor, Director, Critical Research Unit in Applied Theatre recently held a seminar at St Andrew’s College on “A Pedagogy of Surprise – the Joy and Art of Teaching.” His address celebrates the joy, the possibility and the art form of teaching.