Monday, October 23, 2017

Students become weedbusters

More than 100 Rangi Ruru Girls' School students headed up to Hanmer Springs to become 'Weedbusters'.

Popular $2 pool set to open again for summer

The ‘$2 pool’ project at Rawhiti School will open again in December.

CBHS boarding house turns 100

Old boys from across the country will be celebrating the centenary of its boarding house, Adams House, over the long weekend.

Canterbury Rams mentor kids in free training camps

During the school holidays Youthtown and Canterbury Rams ran basketball camps for children and teenagers.

Holiday fun with Black Ferns

Some of the countries' top women players visited a Lincoln holiday programme.

Themed activities for kids

Another week has brought round another week of fun for children on the Busy Bumbles Holiday Programme.

St Bede’s $60m revamp begins

A $60 million revamp for St Bede’s College has reached its first milestone.
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Watch: South Hornby relocates to new campus

Principal Mr Moriarty said the best part was seeing the excitement on his pupils' faces as they saw the school for the first time.

Spring gala gearing up for school

Spring has sprung, and Heathcote Valley School is gearing up for their annual Twilight Gala.

Class Disruption win national title

Chisnallwood student band Class Disruption have won the national Rockshop Bandquest competition

International food feast at Rangi

Pretzels, Thai jelly, tapas, Japanese curry, rice balls, sushi, waffles and lolly cake. Rangi Ruru Girls' School travelled around the world, trying dishes from different countries.

Matthysen awarded top striker and youth player of the year

Cashmere High’s Lyle Matthysen scored two accolades at the Mainland Football awards.

St Andrew’s Kapa haka festival

Maori culture was showcased during the Tuhono Kapa Haka Festival.

Lincoln students shave hair for cancer charity

Lincoln High School students raised more than $2000 to support organisation CanTeen.

Springston School calls on past pupils to celebrate 150 years

Springston School would like to hear from anyone who has been involved in the school and their stories.

Villa Maria College celebrate 190th Mercy Day

Villa Maria College have held a mass and a singing competition in celebration of Mercy Day.

Chisnallwood pupils take out Super 10s competition

The competition involved seven other schools and took place at Wilding Park.

Students’ games feature on giant arcade system

The massive screen on the side of the Vodafone building on Tuam St is now host to a new generation of games.

Queenspark pupil may attend West Ham United trial

Christchurch United player Eric Imachi and his parents are anxiously checking their emails each day to find out if the 10 year old will be invited to trial for West Ham United in London.

Pupils volunteer to paint the school pool

Student leaders at Shirley Intermediate School painted their pools for 'serve the school day'.

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