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SELWYN TIMES Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi Wednesday June 27 2018 15 New SCHOOLS pupils Year 6 pupil Mason started at West Melton School last week. •If your child has started school recently, send their photo to emily. firstname.lastname@example.org WINNERS: West Melton School smurfs Joe, Otis, Isla and Maia won the mixed team trophy at the UC Education Mud Run. The fun run at the Motukarara Racecourse. PHOTO: KATHRYN MEYERS SUCCESS: Clearview Primary School pupils Ruth (left), Tania, Grace, Olivia and Chloe have been selected in Christchurch Schools’ Music Festival representative choirs. Ruth has been offered a place in the senior representative choir, and Tania, Grace, Olivia and Chloe have been offered places in the junior representative choir. CREATIVE: West Melton School pupils Tessa (left), Oscar, Keegan and Cooper dressed in their wigs for the school’s Wig Wednesday. Pupils came to school in variety of wigs, hats and homemade creations to raise $390 for the Child Cancer Foundation.