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Selwyn Times: December 13, 2016

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26 Tuesday December 13 2016 SELWYN TIMES Excellence rewarded at Darfield High School LILIAN STOTT took home a raft of awards at Darfield High School’s recent senior prize-giving. The year 13 student received the Malvern Community Board award for dux, the Darfield High School Parent Teacher Student Association prize and the Business Distributors Ltd prize. Johanna Basevi received the Rosanowski Family Trophy for proxime accessit, the Mr & Mrs Ryburn prize, the Business Distributors Ltd prize and the Torlesse Travel Ltd prize. Emma Grigg took out the Malvern Community Board award for third in year 13, the Christopher Cullen Memorial Trophy and the Business Distributors Ltd prize. Other awards Charlotte Carter – The Darfield High School Ex-Students’ Association Cup and Business Distributors Ltd prize for consistent application and effort in the senior school; Sacha Smith – The Patricia Henderson Plate and Business Distributors Ltd prize for consistent effort and application in year 12; Grace Lemon – The Office Max prize for service and co-operation for years 11 to 13; Edward Searle – The William Broughton Plate and Torlesse Travel Ltd prize for the student who realises their potential by making the most of their opportunities; Grace Lemon – The 1993 Malvern Suffrage Celebrations’ Committee Business Distributors Ltd prize for a female student in the senior school who participates fully in the academic, cultural, sporting and social life of the school; Alexis Sutherland – The 1993 Malvern Suffrage Celebrations’ Committee Trophy and Business Distributors Ltd prize for a female student who demonstrates exceptional leadership skills both at school and as a representative of the school in the wider community; Esther Blain – The Business Distributors Ltd prize for high academic achievement – second in year 11; Niamh Rayne – Mr and Mrs RL Bennetts’ Trophy and the Malvern Community Board prize for general excellence – first in year 11; Caitlin Soal – The Business Distributors Ltd prize for high academic achievement – second in year 12; Rachael Phillipson – The Sonia Early Memorial Trophy and the Malvern Community Board prize for general excellence – first in year 12; Lilian Stott and Alexis Sutherland – Victoria University excellence scholarships; Grace Lemon and Maddie Tasker – University of Otago academic excellence scholarships; Kathryn Barnhill and Michael Ridgen – University of Otago leaders of tomorrow entrance scholarship and the HIGH ACHIEVERS: Darfield High School’s top prize recipients Emma Grigg (left), third in year 13; Lilian Stott, dux; and Johanna Basevi, proxime accessit. vice-chancellor’s scholarship; Samara Crosby – Victoria University achiever scholarship; Ellen Walters – University of Otago performance entrance and vice-chancellor’s scholarships; Cameron Carter – Frews Transport scholarship; Claudia Thomas, Georgia Cridge, Harriet Evans, Paige Heselwood, Caitlin Brooks, Aaron Watson, Daniel Winter, Jonas Meyer, Mariah Glasson, Olivia Shinn, Caitlin Thistoll, and Robert Wright – Elizabeth Richards scholarships; Emma Grigg, Charlotte Carter, Chloe Fraser, and Selina Dixon – Hickman Family Trust scholarships; Edward Searle – Mrs M Thompson’s Trophy, World Travellers prize and Malvern Community Board prize for the best all-rounder. Year 11 subject prizes Abbey-Lee Dunlop – Third in home economics; Adrian Nolan – Third in digital technologies; •Full coverage continues on pages 27-29 NEW DEVELOPMENT NOW LEASING! Opening in late 2017, STAGE 5 will now deliver a stunning new open plan contemporary retail centre featuring a combination of over twenty new high quality, unique and exclusive retail stores, islands and kiosks situated in a relaxed fresh and modern environment providing a unique selection of goods and products that will appeal to a very modern and sophisticated demograph. WE currEnTly SEEk inTErEST frOM OpErATOrS in All rETAil cATEGOriES includinG ThE fOllOWinG: providores, Wines, luggage, Gifts, Barista, craft Beers and Boutique Wines, fruit and Vege, Organic products, halal products, Juices and drinks, lollies, pasta, cheesecakes, fish and seafood, fashion, interiors, childcare, photography, crafts, Music and any unique interesting or innovative products or services that may appeal to our customers. Retail Sites and Kiosk opportunities are available from 30sqm upwards. Competitive lease terms and financing available to favoured operators. JOIN US NOW! Please Contact Property and Development Manager Andy Bell to discuss this exciting opportunity Mobile 021 449 256 or andy@bushinncentre.co.nz © Star Media

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday December 13 2016 27 Aeryn McMillan-Da Via – Third in drama; Chloe McCaughan – Third in art; Emma Kellock – Third in music; George Brown – Third in rural college; Harry Pooler – Third in engineering; Lucy Learned – Third in commerce; Natasha Young – Third in economics; Taylor Cleland – Third in furniture making; Toni Forsythe-Walton – Third in French; Campbell Bryant – Second in furniture making; Honoka Kurata – Second in English for speakers of other languages; Hunter Benbow – Second in music; Jayden Hann – Second in French; Jodie Rollings – Second in drama; Katie Sharp – Second in history; Kyla Benbow – Second in rural college; Wei Jingyan – Second in Japanese; Olivia Lemon – Third in geography, third in physical education; Adriana Cornelissen – Second in commerce, third in geography; Ella Reeves – Second in art, second in design and visual communication; Esther Blain – Second in mathematics, second in digital technologies, second in physical education; Yun Jeong Lee – The Torlesse Travel Ltd prize for English for speakers of other languages; Brittney Blackburn – The Diedrichs family prize for home economics; Devon Mount – The Business Distributors Ltd prize for furniture making; Imogen Groom – The Andrew John Kennedy memorial prize for art; Sam Francis – The Barnhill Engineering Trophy and Carus and Resene prize for engineering; Caleb Banks – Third in English, the Taege’s Foodcentre prize for drama; Teri Jackson – Third in design and visual communication, the AK Scott Cup and the Torlesse Travel Ltd prize for music; George Gibb – Second in geography, the Canterbury Education Services Cup and I & A Cullen prize for history; Jack McConnell – Second in English, the Mitchell Brothers’ prize for digital technologies; Renee Cullen – Second in home economics, the Carus and Resene prize for soft materials technology; Riley Bell-Taylor – Second in engineering, the New Zealand Agriseeds prize and the Forrester Family Cup for agriculture for conscientiousness and diligence in theory and practical work; Courtney Newell – Second in economics, second in general science, the Trevor Wall Design prize for design and visual communication; Kate Sutton – The Business Distributors Ltd prize for commerce, the Torlesse Travel Ltd prize for physical education; Niamh Rayne – Third in mathematics, third in history, third in general science, the GM Ridgen prize for English, the Peter Jebson family prize for geography; Elyse Kerr – The Christchurch Cleaning Supplies prize for general science, the Macartney prize for mathematics, the Torlesse Travel Ltd prize for economics, the Taege’s Foodcentre prize for Japanese, the Taege’s Foodcentre prize for French. Year 12 subject prizes Cameron Cook – Third in science; Alyssa Cruickshank HARD WORK: Above Caleb Banks and Grace Lemon, along with Jasmine Nash (below left) and Selina Dixon, all took home awards at the recent Darfield High School prize-giving. – Third in French; Georgia Burrows – Third in home economics; Georgia Shinn – Third in physical education; Rosa Millar – Third in rural college; Thomas Wilson – Third in music; Bailey Quirke – Second in employment skills; Adam Walker – Second in drama; Courtney O’Callaghan – Second in physical education; Devin Benbow – Second in science; Eloise Dance – Second in French; Georgi Pander – Second in outdoor education; Harriet Watson – Second in history; Iva Vukovic – Second in art; James Doherty – Second in furniture making; Leigh Walters – Second in music; Wei Jingyan – Second in English for speakers of other languages; William Benbow – Second in rural college; Abigail Cider – Third in biology, history; Haydn Rose – Third in outdoor education, furniture making; Hannah Glassey – Third in science, second in design and visual communication; Georgia Watson – Second in economics, business studies; Brogan Baldwin – Second in English, chemistry; Caitlin B Fraser – Second in digital technologies, home economics; Findlay Davidson – Second in physics, mathematics calculus; Lily Barrett-Power – Second in biology, mathematics statistics; Joseph Manifold – Third in mathematics calculus, English, physics, computer programming; Hamish Evans – The Barnhill Engineering Cup and Business Distributors Ltd prize for engineering; Hiroaki Yokoo – The Darfield Bakery prize for English for speakers of other languages; Hitomi Kaneko – The Carus and Resene prize for chemistry; James Thornley – The Carus and Resene prize for outdoor education; Kelly Leonard – The Trevor Wall Design prize for art; Madison O’Callaghan – The Taege’s Foodcentre prize for drama; Momo Kawakami – The Hayakawa Trophy and Business Distributors Ltd prize for Japanese; DO YOU H VE WHAT IT TAKE TO HELP DELIVER THE ULTIM TE DINING EXPERIENCE? 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