AIMS Games

Important Information Pre AIMS Games

On Thursday 28 February, we had an information meeting for AIMS Games. Find attached the slides from the meeting here.

Individual applications are available from Miss Hewinson from Tuesday 5 March and are due before Thursday 11 April, with no exceptions. Individuals need to be of Northland Representative level or above to be considered, as mentioned at the meeting and on the slides. Applicants will be notified early in Term 2 with their outcome.

If you need further information, look at the AIMS Games website: and if you would like further clarification, email:


Sports Selection Policy

Student Fairplay Code of Conduct

2019 Dates

The 2019 Anchor AIMS Games will be held during the week of Sunday 8 to Friday 13 December. The tournament will again be based out of Tauranga City, New Zealand.

2018 Results

We had a huge amount of success at the Anchor AIMS Games in Tauranga. We are incredibly proud of the 101 competitors who represented KIS. Below are the final placings for everyone:

Hockey: Girls – 1st place out of 22, Boys – 5th= out of 14

Rugby 7’s: Girls – 5th out of 10, Boys – 9th out of 42

Football – 19th out of 64

Netball – 32nd out of 122

BMX: Y7B – Jay 35th. Y8B – Conor 16th, Jake 20th

Cross-Country: Y7G – Amber 33rd, Olivia 45th. Y7B – Wyatt 29th, Jack G 42nd, Zane 47th, Jack S 60th. Y8G – Maddison 132nd. Y8B Tynan 103rd. The team then competed in the 12km relay following their races. Placing 11th out of 26 schools.

Gymnastics: Y7G – Lily-Mae 19th. Y8G – Janaya 58th (overall)

Multi Sport: Y7G – Olivia 11th. Y8B – Jayden 17th, Oscar 64th. These three then competed in the ultimate relay, following their races. Placing 15th out of 18.

Squash: Y8G – Jordyn – 9th. Y7B – Hayden 15th

Tennis: Y7B – Blake – beaten in the final of the qualifying round. Played 5 matches and won three. Blake was also awarded the Sportsmanship Medal on Tuesday for his overall efforts on and off the court.

The 2018 KIS AIMS Games Team

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