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Southern View: July 19, 2016

Southern View: July 19,

FREE TUESDAY jULY 19 2016 379 7100 Southern View Proudly locally owned and published by Star Media Award winning publishing group Bellbird (Korimako) Sunday 28th August, 2016 9.30am – 4.00pm Air Force Museum 45 Harvard Ave, Wigram Tickets: $15 per person wtr@starmedia.kiwi Spreydon, Hoon Hay, Hillmorton, Cracroft, Cashmere, St Martins, Somerfield, Sydenham, Addington, Waltham, Opawa, Beckenham, Huntsbury, Woolston Linwood College moves forward • By Bridget Rutherford LINWOOD College is acknowledging its “past difficulties” as it embarks on a full-school rebuild and redevelopment. The school’s buildings have reached the end of their life-span, and it has been consulting with the community on how it would like the school to look and feel after the rebuild. Principal Richard Edmundson said the school’s “past difficulties” had to be acknowledged so it could move forward. “We just want our natural community to feel confident that Linwood College is a viable choice for their kids.” A limited statutory manager was asked to step into the school in 2014 to resolve issues between staff and management. Former principal Margaret Paiti resigned in June 2015 after five years in the role. Mr Edmundson, who was a teacher at the school from 1990-2001, became principal at the start of the year, ending the Ministry of Education intervention. In March, a year 13 student said she had been bullied at school, and on one occasion was punched by another student as she walked home. Mr Edmundson said the main message from consultation was that parents wanted their children to feel connected with the school, and emotionally and physically safe. The community also wanted their children to get an education that set them up for their next step, he said. “There was clear community awareness that there have been past difficulties at Linwood College. And 100 per cent, people are glad that this consultation is occurring and that the school is listening carefully to the wishes and aspirations of the community.” CIRCUS ACT: Amy Gardiner, 11, of Cracroft, hangs upside down on the aerial hoop. She was one of about 15 children who went along to the Kid Circus last Tuesday. The event involved children having fun while learning circus tricks and acrobatics. The circus is run by Mim and Danny Syme who created Circotica, a circus theatre company, in 2013. •More photos, page 10. PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN naTiVe planT nursery Trees for CanTerbury speCialisTs in • Groundcovers • Ferns • Grasses • Small to big sized shrubs • Shelterbelts • ALL grades • Expert advice • Planting now Ask us about Super Gold Card discounts Helping our community grow 42 Charlesworth Street Ph/Fax (03) 982-1028 OPEN 7 DAYS www.treesforcanterbury.org.nz ouse of earing 100% NZ Owned & Operated Please hurry this special offer ends: 31st July 2016. Remember to bring your voucher to your appointment. CLINIC PHONE Fendalton 03 351 3535 Halswell 03 322 4326 Rangiora 03 310 7355 Papanui 0800 333 606 Kaiapoi Ashburton 03 0800 307333 8949 606 Ashburton 03 307 8949 AMAZING ISLAND MIRACLE OIL DILO OIL – The Remarkable Skin Rejuvenator As seen on Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty •• Remarkable•skin•anti-aging•&•healing• properties •• Super•absorbing.•Can•penetrate•all•three• layers•of•the•skin•offering•exceptional•cell• hydration•&•regeneration •• Ideal•for•scars,•blemishes,•wrinkles,• &•skin•ailments•including•eczema,• psoriasis,•acne,•rashes,•bites,•sores,• burns,•etc. •• 100%•natural,•Certified•Organic,• absolutely•no•additives •• Highly•effective Amazing Price 50 ml only•$19.90 100ml only•$29.90 Mail Order Available Bringing You The Best In Natural Health MARSHALLS HEALTH & NATURAL THERAPY CONSULTING - PRESCRIBING - DISPENSING MEDICAL HERBALISTS 110 SEAVIEW RD • PH 388 5757 (Just past C.N.B School) - WE ARE AlWAyS HAPPy to HElP! -