Pegasus Post: February 20, 2018

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Avonside’s Adam Lilley will

captain the under-21 NZ team

Sunday 18 March 2018

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HANGING ON: Tim Sintes said damaged trees in the South New

Brighton Domain are a health and safety concern.

Tree danger: Stay away

• By Sophie Cornish

ABOUT 30 of the 100 trees on

the South New Brighton Domain

estuary edge are at risk of

falling at any time, says Coastal-

Burwood Community Board

deputy chairman Tim Sintes.

He believes it is a serious

health and safety risk, especially

for people who use the domain

walkway.

“It’s not if, it’s when . . . those

30 trees could fall down today,

tomorrow or in five months

time,” said Mr Sintes.

City council head of parks

Brent Smith said the trees are

being monitored.

“One fallen tree on the

beach of the estuary and

five large tree stumps

have been removed,” Mr

Smith said.

“There is a group of

eight dead pine and

macrocarpa trees near

the boundary fence which

will be removed due to

safety. Treetech will also remove

a number of broken branches

in close proximity of the main

walkway.”

The work is expected to be

carried out within the next two

Tim Sintes

weeks. However Mr Sintes does

not believe that is fast

enough.

“They might have a few

more to repair if this bad

weather comes through .

. . at this stage, they aren’t

going to do it between now

and the next few days, so if

they all come down, they

are going to have to move

quicker than that.”

High winds and heavy rainfall

is predicted for Christchurch this

week, as the tail of Cyclone Gita

hits.

There is no signs or taping

around damaged tress to warn

the public of danger.

“I believe there should be,” said

Mr Sintes.

Last month, a 30m tree with

rotten roots toppled into the

Avon River and sunk a Shirley

Boys’ High School rowing boat.

No one was injured.

Mr Sintes said a lot more

damage was done recently by the

king tides and strong wind.

However, he believes the cause

relates to damage and erosion

along the estuary edge, which

was previously protected before

the earthquakes.

He is pushing for the estuary

edge to be protected from

erosion, which he believes

would stop the trees from being

damaged and falling.

“If you look at some parts of

the estuary edge that weren’t

damaged in the earthquakes,

there’s no problem at all,” said Mr

Sintes

It’s quite obvious that we’re

not talking about climate change

here, we’re talking about how

there was something to protect

them before the earthquake.

“It got damaged and we’re

paying the consequences now.”

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YOU DON’T have to be a rocket scientist

to work out the trees in South Brighton

Domain are dangerous (see page 1).

With any luck the tail end of Cyclone

Gita will do its handy work overnight and

the 30 or so trees community board member

Tim Sintes says could fall at any time will be down.

The city council has been working on the problem and more

is to be done over the next fortnight.

The photos tell the story, and the wind and water in the estuary

will move and unbalance them further.

So until they are cut down, stay away.

Needless to say, the trees are rooted.

On page 6, we have a great story on top young snooker player

Adam Lilley.

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Tuesday February 20 2018 3

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Past the post

with pride

East Christchurch MP Poto

Williams and Coastal-Burwood

Ward councillor Glenn

Livingstone complete the

Coast to Coast. The pair trained

together for the event, Ms

Williams said: “Not sure if Glenn

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Arson risk high in Aranui

• By Andrew King

ARANUI HAS ranked third in

the country when it comes to

suspicious fires.

Figures provided to the Herald

on Sunday under the Official

Information Act by Fire and

Emergency show Aranui is third

behind Palmerston North and

Wainuiomata with data analysed

over the past eight years.

But it comes as no surprise to

a senior fire risk management officer

Bruce Irvine said if you look

at the social deprivation index it

generally correlates to a higher

number of suspicious fires.

The index is a measure of

socio-economic status calculated

for small geographic areas based

on information gathers in the

census.

“When it comes to Aranui,

we are not surprised about the

number, but it was mainly due to

a big chunk of the red zone being

in Aranui and a number of unoccupied

buildings which were

targeted by arsonists,” he said.

“I don’t want to tag Aranui

as the only hot zone, there is

a number around town such

as the city centre, Hornby and

Spreydon.”

Burwood Ward city councillor

Glenn Livingstone said he was

unaware of the numbers but said

they could be skewed due to the

red zone.

“If that is counted in the catchment

of Aranui, then that could

distort the numbers,” he said.

However, he said the new fire

station being built on Anzac

Drive will be of huge benefit to

the community and working

with other agencies such as

police they would hope to see

a reduction in suspicious fire

numbers.

“They will bring a new level of

education and responsiveness to

the area which will benefit it,” he

said.

When the Pegasus Post phoned

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board member Tim Baker for

comment yesterday, he said: “Report

something else, something

positive,” and terminated the

conversation.

•Additional reporting by Kelly

Dennett.

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Fire rages, homes at risk

NO FIRE RISK

An overgrown property in

Woolley St, Avondale, has been

fully cleared and is no longer a

fire risk, according to the city

council. Neighbour Maree Ross

had been trying for more than

18 months to get the site cleared.

Ms Ross, who lives next door,

said it was a fire risk, attracted

vermin and looked awful. A city

council spokeswoman said it had

conducted two visits to clear the

site and recent rain meant it was

not a fire risk.

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Push for 50m pool at QE II

Coastal-

Burwood

Community

Board

member

Linda Stewart

talks about

the need for

a 50m pool at the new QE II

facility

Last week your community

board had a tour of the

replacement aquatic facility at

QE II, organised by our Sport

and Recreation staff and Apollo

Projects.

Wow, it’s fantastic and on target

for a late May opening.

It will be very special to see our

community in the water again.

Returned will be your health

and wellness, your training, your

children’s opportunity to be

Olympic stars and your contact

with the community – so much

to look forward to.

The following year, Shirley

Boys’ High and Avonside Girls’

High will open.

That will be significant for our

families, historically, those schools

have been high performers.

The estimated combined roll is

3000.

The board’s job is to advocate

for facilities for our residents.

Looking ahead to pool capacity

once the two schools are

functioning, I am very concerned

the facility will be not be able to

provide for its users.

Students needs were not considered

in the planning of the

build.

Lets remember, it’s the ratepayer

who pays for this facility

not the Government.

City council needs to understand

that each pool built has

a purpose and multi-use pools

might suit in servicing smaller

communities, but not here where

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it’s own forecast for this build

was 60,000 users. Two high

schools being built on site was

not considered in the plans.

During March, city council

will consider the 10-year plan.

If the community board

does not win the addition of a

competition-size pool (50m) on

this plan, it will not be considered

again until 2028.

Look at the failed Metro facility

which took the insurance payout

from QE II, it’s not happening

is it.

Please, do not be complacent

and think your community

board alone can win an additional

pool.

We need your help so please

speak out now. Let your community

board know your thoughts

so we can work for you.

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story about North New

Brighton couple, Jason

and Liz Harber (above),

who raised more than

$900 for stationary packs

to help families with

back-to-school costs

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But the stationery packs are

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Marlborough.

Jo Garrick – Primary school

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stressful. Some schools have

adopted that they have a $25

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Tuesday February 20 2018 5

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Pensioner tricked; house burgled

• By Sophie Cornish

AN ELDERLY woman was

tricked into handing over the

keys to a campervan, which

was then used in a burglary to

“completely clear out” a North

New Brighton home.

Ina Livingston, 89, felt something

was not right when a man

in his 20s persuaded her to give

him the keys to her daughter and

son-in-law’s campervan.

Mrs Livingston was told by the

man, who knocked on her door,

that her son-in-law, Peter, said he

could borrow the campervan.

She turned him away but he

persisted, coming back a second

time to say he had just been on

the phone with Peter who said he

could take the campervan.

Mrs Livingston and her

daughter Leslie are unsure how

the man knew Peter’s name.

Within two hours of the

campervan being stolen, it was

used in a burglary of a house

in Royalist Ave, North New

Brighton.

Homeowner Shane Aitcheson

said the burglars took everything

they could from the house. They

were there for about 40min

“The whole place was a rubbish

tip, they had not left one thing

unturned or looked at. They had

gone through the fridge, freezer,

the pantry; they had taken the

dirty washing. They took everything.”

He believes belongings to the

value of $20,000 were taken, including

snowboard and surfing

equipment, power tools and all

of their clothing.

“Imagine you don’t have any

more clothes,” said Mr Aitcheson.

We’ve been trusted to look after hundreds

of properties all over Christchurch.

You can trust us to look after your’s too.

A neighbour witnessed the

campervan entering the property

and another neighbour caught

it on their security camera.

To make matters worse, Mr

Aitcheson and his partner are

now in a dispute with their

insurance company. They are not

likely to receive contents insurance,

in spite of initially being

told they were covered.

STOLEN: Leslie and her

husband Peter with their

campervan which was stolen

after Leslie’s elderly mother

was tricked into handing

over the keys. It was then

caught on a security camera

in Royalist Ave prior to a

burglary.

They are now seeking legal

advice.

Police have taken fingerprints

and said there had been no

confirmed sightings of the

campervan yet.

There is no connection

between the Mrs Livingston and

Mr Aitcheson.

Leslie said the campervan,

named Lucy, was “like a moving

bach” to her and her husband.

“We’re really attached to it

. . . we go away in it all the time,

it was stocked with food, dishes,

bedding, our tramping boots,

books.”

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Teens steal

Parkview

School

laptops

• By Sophie Cornish

TWO TEENAGERS walked into

Parkview School and stole 11

laptops only 20min after the final

bell had rung.

The pair were identified by

the school’s CCTV footage and

police said they had been referred

to Youth Aid.

The theft took place on

February 9. It is another incident

in spate of thefts at schools in the

eastern suburbs.

Principal Simon Thomas

said the school community was

devastated.

“Those were learning devices

for our students . . . we will get

new ones as a result through

insurance, but it’s just that sense

of being intruded on.”

On the same day, a blue

cage trailer was stolen from

Queenspark Primary School.

A school spokesman said the

theft was disappointing.

In October, 20 outdoor

speakers were stolen from St

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Avonside teen leads NZ snooker team

SPORTS

• By Sophie Cornish

“FALLING IN love with the

game” is what Avonside’s Adam

Lilley credits as the key to

becoming a national title winner

in cue sports.

Lilley, 19, first picked up a cue

at the age of five, with guidance

from his mother Katherine

Swain, a former North Yorkshire

women’s pool champion in

England.

He will travel to Sydney next

month to represent and captain

the under-21 New Zealand team

in the Oceania Billiard and

Snooker Championships.

It will be the fourth time he has

competed at the championships,

being only 14-years-old when he

was first selected for the team.

Lilley said his love for the

game is what has brought him

his success. “You have to put so

much time into it, fall in love

with it. You have to stay on top of

it, if you have big breaks and take

time out, it’s so hard to get your

eye back in and be confident,” he

said.

Lilley’s coach Kelvin Dunlop

spotted him at an RSA when

he was nine-years-old and has

coached him ever since.

YOUNG TALENT: Avonside’s Adam Lilley will captain the under-21 New Zealand team in the Oceania Billiard and Snooker

Championships next month. (Right) – By age 10, he was already an experienced player, picking up his first cue when he was

five-years-old.

“He saw I had a bit of talent

and introduced me to the pool

and snooker nights,” said Lilley.

This led Lilley to win his first

national title at the age of 14 in

an under-18 eight-ball national

championship. Then in 2015, he

went on to win another national

title, the New Zealand B-grade

men’s snooker championships.

Lilley says this was his biggest

achievement to date.

He splits his time between The

Cashmere Club and The Slate

Room on Lichfield St, playing

both snooker and American

eight-ball. However, with the

Oceania championships coming

up, Lilley said it is now “seven

days a week snooker.”

He hopes he can move to the

United States in the future to play

professional nine-ball pool.

“A couple of guys who have

already been (to the US) I’ve

gotten the better of a few times.

So if I work to get better at nineball

pool, hopefully I can be in

their shoes one day.”

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he said, as he is hoping to turn

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their 30s and 40s. Most players

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crafts, jewellery and more.

New Brighton Mall

Bromley fair

Saturday, 11-2pm

The Bromley Community

Association presents the Bromley

fair. There will be free rides,

bouncy castles, mini jeeps and

pedal mania. Other free activities

will include sport, face painting,

big games and more. There

will also be free entertainment

and performances as well as

community stalls and food

available to purchase.

Bromley Community Centre,

Bromley Rd.

Learners Licence Workshop

Monday, Thursday, Friday 3.30-

5pm

Is it time for you to get your

learners drivers’ licence? Don’t

drag through the road-code

alone! Youthtown will help you

get your learners. The cost,

including learners licence test fee,

snacks and resources is $130 for

six sessions. Sessions run from

February 12 to March 23. Visit

the Christchurch city libraries

website for info about where the

courses are held.

New Brighton library, Upper

Riccarton library and Bishopdale

library

Golden Oldies Movies

Monday, 1.30pm

Every Monday the New

Brighton Museum plays a film

classic and this week its Cottage

Go along to the Ascot be fit exercise classes,

Wednesday 1-2pm, Thursday 9.30-10.30am

Designed for those over 50. Times may change to just Thursday

at a later time. Cost is $4 and a cup of tea to follow. Inquiries are

welcome, phone either Margaret 383 2665 or Margaret at 383

2337. Ascot Community Centre, 12 Ascot Ave.

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8 Hardy St

Eastside Gallery Mulitcultural

Exhibition 2018

Mon-Fri 11-4pm, Saturday

noon-3pm

Each year the Linwood

Community Arts Centre’s

Eastside Gallery hosts the annual

Multicultural art exhibition

which runs during the time of

the Multicultural Festival, on

February 10. The exhibition and

the festival aim to aid cultural

understanding whilst celebrating

diversity. The theme for the year’s

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this theme in any medium. The

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over Christchurch. Exhibition

runs until February 24.

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Monday 6-7pm, Tuesday and

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hall Woolston Club Hargood St

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SCHOOLS

Schools are back in full swing, meaning new head girls

and boys have been selected to lead their classmates.

Here’s what the year has in store for some of the new

leaders

Marian College head girl Izzy Bloxham

This year Izzy hopes to help all students become

the best people they can be.

She hope the student leaders can inspire all

Marian College students to give things a go and

to give as much back as they can to their

communities.

Izzy’s biggest passion is music, writing and performing.

She is also a passionate debater and loves to meet new

people.

At school, Izzy is involved with jazz band, rock band, debating and

theatre sports, the Special Catholic Character Committee and Young

Vinnies.

Her favourite academic subjects are music and history.

Marian

College deputy

head girl senior

school Rachael

Nilsson

Rachael hopes as

a student leader

that she can

give back to the

Marian College family.

She would also love to help

other students to grow their

leadership skills and take

advantage of every opportunity.

Rachael is involved with sport

at Marian, first XI hockey and

volleyball.

Subjects she enjoys include

chemistry, biology and English.

Rachael is passionate about

pursuing her education and doing

something she loves in the future.

Mairehau

High School

head boy Niko

Smith

Niko has

excelled at

Mairehau academically.

He is a young

man who encompasses all that we

expect from a Mairehau student –

articulate, responsible, empathetic

and a respected member of the

school.

Niko is very aware of the importance

of the student voice and

can be relied upon in this position

to listen and action the needs of

Mairehau’s students.

One of Niko’s many interests at

school and in the community is

audio engineering.

His talent in this area supports

the school with all formal and

informal functions.

Mairehau

High School

head girl

Phoebe Pratt

Phoebe is a

young, vibrant

girl who has

the ability to

encourage

students to push

themselves out of their comfort

zones.

She represented students as the

board of trustees representative

last year.

Phoebe is a team player and an

all-rounder showing responsibility,

empathy and inclusion in all

she does.

Phoebe is passionate about

fitness and well-being and is looking

at promoting this within the

school across all year levels.

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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

The

Principal’s

Desk

i would like to acknowledge and welcome

all the new families and many cultures

that make up the Mairehau high School

community in 2018. in particular, welcome

to our Year 9, international, and other new

students to all year levels, as well as new

teachers and staff of Mairehau high School.

Harry romana, Principal

We have many cultures represented on the Mairehau high School roll. i am proud

to lead a place of learning and creativity with such a rich and storied past. Mairehau

high School was opened in 1961, the name of our school taken from the daughter

of Marshlands landowner and benefactor, arthur gravenor rhodes. The school was

initially named christchurch North hS.

in Maori, Mairehau is a shrub prized for the fragrance of its flowers, the aroma of the

Maori mist maiden. our motto,

“Mairetia i te Matauranga” means “Fragrance with Wisdom”.

our school is charged with the responsibility of making a difference for all students:

• To prepare our young people for the future

• To nurture all students to become decent, worthwhile citizens of the world.

• To provide opportunities for all our students to learn and succeed

as we enter into the 2018 academic school year, i wanted to share with the

community “our Story”.

During 2017, a group of students and teachers prepared the following illustration.

We call it, “our Story” as it represents a student’s journey through our school, a

journey in life.

our story begins with you - if you can just imagine being a member of a group of

keen, enthusiastic, passionate and committed people on a Waka (canoe) rowing

towards a prosperous future. You are one amongst other students proud of your

culture, proud of who you are, knowing yourself, having an identity, being a student

of Mairehau high School. You are one of five students aboard the Waka , signifying

the five-year levels in our school from Year 9- Year 13. There are boys and girls

rowing with you, in unison, as one, sharing, collaborating and identifying as the coeducational

school of your choice in our community.

The Waka (canoe) is inscribed with the carving, depicting the word care, a word

that has real meaning for all at Mairehau high School: challenge, achievement,

responsibility and empathy: the Mairehau Way, our school values system, our

expectations of you. This is the way we do things.

on your Waka, you row as one, together, with dignity, with respect and with mana.

With others, you row with purpose and meaning. You wear your Korowai (cloak) with

pride a symbol of leadership and success.

The Waka (canoe) carries “kete” or baskets of knowledge to guide and support you

through school life, and to prepare you for your future. With the kete are scrolls

depicting your maps to learning, to creating and to sharing.

in our future with head, hands and heart, the words learn, create and Share will be

embedded in the way that we teach.

The Waka itself is protected by four guardians that symbolise each of our school

houses:

• The stern eyes of the yellow (Kowhai) Tuatara watching your every move, he

basks on a rock, in the warm sun- Tau ihu (the bow of the waka)

• The exclusive red (Whero) Pekapeka or Short-tailed NZ bat- Tau rapa (the stern

of the waka)

• Your Waka is guided through the Tai rawhiti (east coast) straights by Maui our NZ

native dolphin- Waka Katea (Starboard- kahurangi or blue)

• The mighty Karearea (Falcon) flying high above the mountains of our majestic

Southern alps- Waka ama (Port, Kakariki green).

in the foreground, the Mairehau flower wafts its beautiful fragrance upon the Southern

winds. Mairehau our community and school name. This is who we are.

on the shore, always caring and ever watchful are your teachers, parents and whānau

watching every paddle stroke of the waka.

Te Taki autahi/ The Southern cross constellation and Te Tiritiri o te Moana (The Southern

alps) locates our students, waka and school to the canterbury region. You know who

you are, and where you come from.

“our Story” is “Your Story”. let us begin our journey, together.

There is a subtle change from Te Po (night sky) to Te ata (the morning star) (Your future)

So, i trust, when you walk through the gates of our school, and when you board your

waka when you decide on your journey and learn in our computer suites and our

classrooms, sharing “our Story and Your Journey”. Know that they lead to the treasures of

opportunity.

We expect our students to do well, to be successful and to be young people who

contribute positively to our community. Mairehau high School prepares students for

school success and more importantly, Mairehau high School prepares students for

success in life.

We cannot expect to rise any higher than the standards of excellence that we set within

Mairehau high School. We have expectations of achievement, success, excellence and

quality. This is the “Mairehau Way”

Finally, i would like to conclude with an old Maori Proverb

Whaia te iti kahurangi

Me he tohu koe

Me he maunga teitei

Seek what little you treasure most

and if you should stumble

Then let it be because of a lofty mountain.

No reira, tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa.

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Mairehau

high School

Encouraging ExcEllEncE in our community

Is high school really so scary??

it can be a big

transition for many

students entering

high school as a

new Year 9.

We asked four new

students how they

felt about coming

to Mairehau high

School and how

their first two

weeks have been.

Jodie has come to

us from Shirley intermediate. Jodie has an older sister here but she said she was really

nervous because she didn’t know if her friends would still want to hang out with her.

however her fears disappeared on the first day. Jodie said Mairehau was always her

first choice of school and never thought about going anywhere else.

Devin attended chisnallwood intermediate before coming to Mairehau high School.

he said he was very nervous but not too bad. Devin looked at three other schools

before choosing Mairehau. it was going to be four schools but two of them had open

Nights at the same time. We are very pleased to have you here at Mairehau high

School Devin.

antionette also attended Shirley intermediate. She said she was really nervous with

lots of fears about being lost and bullies. antionette said she must have watched

far too many high school movies that had bullying in them as she hasn’t seen any

bullying and she hasn’t got lost!

Tamati joins us from Mairehau Primary. he said there was a mixture of nervousness

and excitement, also looking forward to something different. its good so far! however,

he has only just learned where the canteen is! We hope you brought lunch from home

Tamati???

all four students said their time here has been good and not as scary as they had first

thought.

When asked if they were all happy, a definite ‘YeS’ was the answer.

Jodie, Antoinette, Devin, Tamati

2018 Student Leaders

our Senior Student leaders were introduced to our students recently.

This year we have 12 Student leaders, all of whom have an important role within our

school.

Head Girl: Phoebe Pratt Head Boy: Niko Smith

Academic Student Leader: Kerry Fairbrass

Cultural Student Leaders: Jade Komene, Jakob callender

Community Student Leaders: Tayla Prouting, ashlee clark-Nevard

Sport Student Leaders: anysha Te Moana, hamish Wolfrey

Waka (House) Student Leader: cassidy Kerr

Marketing Student Leader: Tarryn Wilson

Peer Support Student Leader: erin rosser

Jade, Tarryn, Jakob, Tayla, hamish, ashlee, Pheobe, Niko, anysha, Kerry, cassidy, erin

2017 Celebration of Junior Students

Wednesday 13 December was our last day of the 2017 school year and a

celebration of our junior student successes.

each year one student from each junior level, Year 9 and Year 10, are chosen for

a good citizenship award. These are students who have worked hard to achieve

their potential whilst also respecting the needs of others.

Anna Prior

The Year 9 recipient of The Mackenzie award, was anna Prior.

anna came to us from rawhiti School and is described as an

able and enthusiastic student with excellent understanding.

She is diligent and independent and makes a great effort

to complete her work. She is intelligent, attentive, mature

and inquisitive. Being socially conscious, she is a member of

the student council, part of the gaTe (gifted and Talented

programme) and works in the school canteen. anna

enthusiastically takes on opportunities to serve her school.

The Year 10 recipient of the Dave Diggs award, was hanna

chandra.

hanna joined our school at the start of 2017. hanna’s long

list of qualities place her in good stead as a future leader

of our school. She is described as having a strong work

ethic with focus, a sense of humour, mature and polite.

hanna shows leadership qualities when working in a

team, has a good understanding of concepts and skills

Hanna Chandra

taught, is ever-helpful, and interested in her learning. She

has a willingness to express her ideas and to ask challenging questions.

We also celebrated many students’ academic, sporting and cultural

achievements. Here are our top academic junior students for 2017:

Michael Scanlan received Top academic Student

award for Year 9. Michael joined us from chisnallwood

intermediate.

Staff have described Michael as a focused, conscientious

and talented student. he completes all tasks to a very

high standard while at the same time is happy to help

others. he is an extremely capable student and has an

Michael Scanlan excellent work ethic. Michael enjoys learning and likes to

challenge ideas. For the university of otago Mathematics

competition, Michael was top student in our school for all students from Year 9

through to Year 11. Michael is part of our gaTe (gifted and Talented programme)

Michael received a Year 9 excellence award in the following subjects: Social

Studies, Science, english, Mathematics and Statisics – 1st place

ella Peoples received Top academic Student award for Year

10. ella joined us from chisnallwood intermediate at the

beginning of 2016.

ella is an exceptional musician and is working at excellence

level in all areas of Music. She is a member of the Jazz Band,

choir, concert Band, Junior Band, Junior choir and also has

her own band which performed at Smokefree rockQuest

2017.

Ella Peoples

ella has been described as a vibrant and engaging student

with relentless positive energy. She is an intelligent and engaging student who

demonstrates a talent in drama and leadership skills in class.

ella received outstanding results for her school work across all subjects and

is working well above the expected academic level for her age. She is a keen

debater, motivates her fellow students and actively participates in all areas

of school life. ella has already achieved Ncea level 1 credits with a Merit

endorsement.

ella received a Year 10 excellence award in the following subjects:

Mathematics, health, Music, Science, Social Studies, english.

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FOCUS ON HEALTH

Modern diet

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It’s not what you eat but what you absorb

Two Australian Naturopaths Stephen

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HEALTH & AWARENESS

Joint pain: Do I have arthritis or

could it be mainly my muscles?

The team at Physical Sense in Sydenham sees clients with

a range of symptoms but many of their middle-aged and

senior clients visit complaining of pain in one of their joints.

Physiotherapist Ietje van Stolk suggests

that a major part of the pain could be due

to muscle pain rather than simply arthritis.

“Even if an x-ray shows arthritis, the reason

for the pain may be the muscles around

the joint,” she explains. The images show

how a muscle knot (the crosses) in a back

muscle can give hip pain (aches and pain

are the red areas in the drawings), a knot

in a muscle on the back of the shoulder

blade can give a deep pain in the front of

the shoulder and a muscle knot all the way

near the groin can give an ache in the knee

(especially at night in bed).

Ietje recalls one case where an 89 year

old client with severe arthritis who walked

with a stick, told her, “I will end up in

a wheelchair, I cannot put any weight

through my right leg due to pain in my hip

and buttock”. “Within 4 treatments, she

was walking with her stick but without the

severe pain,” says Ietje. “The arthritis was

one of the factors that made her muscles

spasm but the other was that older people

move less and the flexed position the hip

is in when we sit is particularly bad for

the hip.” Ietje is happy with the fact that

although the client was 89 and could have

been “given up on” or told to live with the

pain, she made a difference to her health

and wellbeing.

The same lack of movement can be the

reason for your knee pain or your shoulder

pain and the same few treatments could

make a huge difference for you.

At Physical Sense, hands-on techniques

(massage and triggerpoint deactivation

techniques) are used to release the muscles.

The client also gets a home exercise

program designed to mobilize and stretch

the joint, strengthen the important core

muscles and increase general strength and

SHOULDER

PAIN

KNEE PAIN

balance. They teach a movement sequence

that stretches the joint in all directions

whilst the client is able to lie safely on their

bed, perfect for older or less mobile clients.

In many cases having the muscles

released and being taught how to maintain

it, is enough to stay on top of the problem.

HIP PAIN

(the crosses are the areas of the muscle spasms, the red areas is where the pain is felt)

If severe arthritis is the underlying cause,

some maintenance therapy may be

necessary, but that is often more affordable

and, for older patients, better tolerated than

surgery. In very few treatments the client

will know if it is going to work for them or

not, without financial commitment.

Physical Sense Gym and Physio is located at 300 Colombo Street, Sydenham. The Blue Line Bus stops in front of the door and there is ample

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