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Selwyn Times: November 08, 2016

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8 Tuesday November 8 2016 SELWYN TIMES Celebrating excellence at Lincoln High School TARIN ECCLESTON has been named dux of Lincoln High School, winning the Ross Wood Cup for excellence in year 13 after being first in four subjects. The high school’s year 13 graduation ceremony was held at the Lincoln Event Centre on Friday. Eccleston was first in chemistry, design and visual communication, physics and first equal in mathematics with calculus. He also received the Carnaby Cup for excellence in year 13 science. Duncan Finlayson was named proxime accessit after being first in English and first equal in biology. He also received the RSA Cup for all-round achievement, was co-winner of the RB Strange Cup for leadership and one of two students to receive a Selwyn district scholarship. Major awards Arts Council Trophy for contribution to the arts – Drew Noble. Old Students’ Association Challenge Trophy – Hannah Long. Co-winner Garters Cup for commitment to colleagues – Paige Brazier. Co-winner Garters Cup for commitment to colleagues – Luke Riedinger. Co-winner RB Strange Cup for leadership – Elin Harris. Co-winner RB Strange Cup for leadership – Duncan Finlayson. McMahon Cup for citizenship – Elin Harris. RSA Cup for all-round achievement – Duncan Finlayson. Ross Wood Cup for excellence in year 13 – Tarin Eccleston. Scholarships and awards Murray Cup for excellence in year 13 social sciences – Melissa Jessep. Lions Club of Selwyn scholarship – Rachael Pickering. The Rowe-Martin award – Gareth Crofts. Alma Newton memorial literary award – Noojhat Tabassum Raisa Uddin. Past students’ scholarship – Pippa Dold. Halswell District Lions Club scholarship – Elin Harris. HIGH ACHIEVER: Tarin Eccleston (left) was named dux of Lincoln High School. Meanwhile, head boy Duncan Finlayson and head girl Elin Harris were recognised for their high achievement, with Duncan named proxime accessit. Carnaby Cup for excellence in year 13 science – Tarin Eccleston. Gammack scholarship – Nilani Ekanayake. Selwyn district scholarships – Hannah Long and Duncan Finlayson. Academic awards Sculpture – Libby Barker. Agriculture and horticulture science, food and nutrition technology – Jazmine Brash. Mathematics and statistics – Liam Brydon. Music – Victoria Cheyne. Health – Hannah Dodson. French, first equal in biology – Brittany Earl. Chemistry, design and visual communication, physics, first equal in mathematics with calculus – Tarin Eccleston. Mathematics, statistics and modelling, young enterprise scheme – Nilani Ekanayake. English, first equal in biology – Duncan Finlayson. Economics – Spencer Hampson. English (writing) – Elin Harris. Painting – Brianna Harrison. Classical studies, history – Melissa Jessep. Fit for life – Courtney Jones. Digital technologies – William Laughton. Chinese – Samantha Lu. Product design technology – Callum McGregor. Equal in tourism – Megan McKay. Employment skills, equal in tourism – Jenny McMillan. Te Reo Maori – Kaylee Mills. Drama – Drew Noble. Physical education – Kimberley Peoples. Geography – Luke Riedinger. Physical education and recreation – Samuel O Robinson. CONGRATULATIONS TO Hurunui College, Selwyn House School, Sumner School & Viewhill School For being a 2016 Caltex Fuel Your School Grant recipient. We wish you all the best for your STEM based and future learning activities. Caltex’s Fuel Your School Programme supports education in schools by providing funds for eligible classroom projects. Together, we raised $100,000 for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) classroom projects. So a big thank you to those who accumulated their AA Smartfuel savings at Caltex over August for helping to make this possible. Unique & Handcrafted FURNITURE HOME DÉCOR GIFTS www.ynots.co.nz ynots.gifts@xtra.co.nz 2239 Main South Road 5 minutes south of Rolleston 03 3476190 relationship property, employment law and resolving contractual and estate disputes.

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday November 8 2016 9 Biology practical and applied – Gus Sanders. Sports coaching and leadership – Nicholas Saunders. Japanese – Taiki Takazawa. Film production – Kennedy Turner. Senior social studies – Nerys van der Peet. Outdoor education – Sage Whaitiri. Accounting – Annabelle Wilkinson. Photography – Maddison Williams. Design – Haowei Yu. Other awards and graduation diplomas Deputy head boy, colours for Samoan speech and graduation diploma – SJ Agafili. Parsons Trophy for excellence in achievement and attitude in art and graduation diploma – Libby Barker. Deputy head girl, service award and graduation diploma – Katelyn Beer. Joint head of year 13 committee, achieving at an excellence standard in senior social studies, service award and graduation diploma – Emily Brace. Barnett Cup for progress in senior home economics, achieving an excellence standard in foot nutrition technology and graduation diploma – Jazmine Brash. Colours for performing arts (music) and graduation diploma – Henry Clark. Hillyer Medal for senior sculpture and graduation diploma – Briana Clarke. Joint head of academic council and graduation diploma – Rafael Clarke. Co-winner School Council Cup for outstanding contribution to a subcouncil and graduation diploma – Gemma Comrie. Achieving at an excellence standard in health education and graduation diploma – Hannah Dodson. Joint head of services council and graduation diploma – Phillipa Dold. Achieving at an excellence standard in film production and graduation diploma – Brittany Earl Achieving at an excellence standard in chemistry and physics, service award and graduation diploma – Tarin Eccleston. Joint head of social council and graduation diploma – Travis Egerton. Joint head of services council Tamzin Darragh Cup for best performance in senior drama, achieving at an excellence standard in mathematics statistics and modelling, service award and graduation diploma – Nilani Ekanayake. Achieving at an excellence standard in classical studies and graduation diploma –Taylor Emtage- McIntyre. Joint head of year 13 committee, Lincoln High School mathematics award and graduation diploma – Spencer Hampson. William Haase Cup for classical studies, Lincoln historical prize for history, achieving at an excellence standard in classic studies and history and graduation diploma – Melissa Jessep. Joint head of environment council and graduation diploma – Courtney Jones. Joint head of environment council and graduation diploma – Chrizanne Kilian. Joint head of sports council and graduation diploma – Simon Lancaster. Achieving at an excellence standard in history and graduation diploma – William Laughton. Joint head of social council and graduation diploma – Hannah Long. Achieving at an excellence standard in Chinese and graduation diploma – Samantha Lu. Joint head of house council and graduation diploma – Callum McGregor. Morgan cup for merit in senior practical clothing and graduation diploma Graduation diploma – Henry Miller. Te Kura Tuarua o Waihora Cup for Maori leadership, trophy for senior girls Maori culture and graduation diploma – Kaylee Mills. Joint head of international council and graduation diploma – Elizabeth Neill. Joint head of arts council, Anderson Trophy for senior drama, colours for drama and graduation diploma – Drew Noble. Joint head of year 13 committee, outstanding contribution as a senior house leader for Kuaka and graduation diploma – Rachael Pickering. Service award and graduation diploma – Nina Rask. Graduation diploma – Erana Riddell. Achieving at an excellence standard in geography, colours for service and graduation diploma – Luke Riedinger. Achieving at an excellence standard in senior social studies and graduation diploma – Samantha Robertson. Achieving at an excellence standard in biology practical and applied and graduation diploma – Gus Sanders. Colours for drama and graduation diploma – Kate Scott. Joint head of year 9 council and graduation diploma – Yashar Sholehpak. Joint head of house council and graduation diploma – Olivia Thomas. Achieving at an excellence standard in health education and graduation diploma – Adele Travis. Co-winner School Council Cup for outstanding contribution to a subcouncil, achieving at an excellence standard in classical studies and film production and graduation diploma – Kennedy Turner. Joint head of year 9 council and graduation diploma – Hayden Vallance. Achieving at an excellence standard in health education and senior social studies and graduation diploma – Noojhat Uddin. Achieving at an excellence standard in health education and senior social studies and graduation diploma – Nerys van der Peet. Joint head of international council, service award and graduation diploma – Dana Visnovsky. Joint head of academic council and graduation diploma – Emily Walker. Colours for drama and graduation diploma – Ella Waswo Achieving at an excellence standard in senior social studies and graduation diploma – Emily Woolhouse. Around the World in 80 Minutes Come along and listen to Kate Imrie of the famous Globus Family of brands which encompass the likes of Globus & Cosmos Tours, Monograms & Avalon Waterways as she takes us on a global tour and ventures into amazing destinations including Asia, South America, Europe, India, River Cruises and even the Galapagos’ Islands. Having been into over 30 counties and with over 20 years in the Travel industry she is a guru in presenting a kaleidoscope of award winning tours that maintain freedom and adventure for all ages. You won’t want to miss this… pop instore to secure your spot and join us for nibbles and bubbles and meet the staff of your locally owned and operated Helloworld Store in Rolleston. Come and see your World at Helloworld. 15th November | Starts 6.30pm Where: Helloworld Rolleston Shop 18 Rolleston Square RSVP to: paul.robinson@helloworld.co.nz or call 03 974 2010 or pop instore to secure your place as there are limited numbers. Helloworld (next to Fascino Shoes & The Warehouse) Phone: 03 974 2010