Friday, August 23, 2019

Video: Haeata Community Campus is helping to produce some of Christchurch’s...

Makerspace at Haeata Community Campus is helping to produce some of Christchurch's next entrepreneurs.

Video: St Andrew’s College Pipe Band celebrate 100 years

The former world champion St Andrew's College Pipe Band celebrated their centenary recently with a weekend of activities. We take a look at why they are so successful.

Watch: Koru Games take over Selwyn

Close to 2500 year seven and eight student competed at the recent Koru Games. Now in it's fifth year the sports tournament continues to grow and this year consisted of 13 sports played across four venues in Selwyn.

Construction on Lincoln’s newest primary school on track

Lincoln's newest primary school is on track to open in January.

Winning robots ‘like voodoo’

"It looks like voodoo when you watch it, it's really entertaining."

Burnside producing promising chefs

Two year 13 students will travel to a national final of a culinary competition

Dreaming big students recognised

High school students have been recognised with Duke of Edinburgh Awards.

Marian College’s brightest talent showcased at charity concert

Marian College has raised more than $400 for an organisation delivering aid, supporting development and and advocating for justice around the world.

Selwyn House pupils take Christchurch cycle-ways idea international

Pupils cycle city idea gets international award.

Isleworth School pupils learn about at-risk eels

Every time we brake in our cars or clean them in our driveways, we could be putting pollutants in our stream which affect our wildlife.

Activators making positive changes in Selwyn pupils

A team of physical activity activators are making a difference in schools in the district.

Grandparents reading programme at Clearview

Grandparents are helping pupils read each week at Clearview Primary School in Rolleston.

Halswell school with an alternate approach to teaching

Since moving to Halswell last July, Seven Oaks School showcases a different style of learning, focused on the individual needs of a child.

Doggone good way to alleviate fears

A programme aiming to help children over come their fears of dogs has been running at South New Brighton School for the past 20 years.

Rawhiti teachers dust off school uniforms

It was a trip down memory lane for Rawhiti School teachers last week ­who put their old school uniforms back on for the day.

School has had enough of impatient drivers

School pupils crossing Avonhead Rd are being put in danger because of poor driver behaviour.

Governor General helps open new performing arts centre

With the help of the governor-general, Christchurch Girls’ High School officially opened its new performing arts centre on Friday.

Rangi student to travel to California for Stanford medical internship

The 17-year-old nicknamed 'Eugenius' has been interested in Stanford University’s medicine faculty in California for many years.

Watch: Friendships put on hold at College Match

Supporters add colour to Christchurch's biggest schoolboy rugby rivalry match.