Nor'West News: April 16, 2019

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• By Jess Gibson

IT HAS BEEN 35 years since

Lynne Mytton served up

breakfast for her children before

sending them off to Bishopdale

School.

Now the 67-year-old is doing

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Pensioner ensures kids don’t get ‘rumbly tummy’

it for up to 20 pupils at the

school every day.

The Bishopdale resident has

been serving up free breakfasts

to pupils for two years to help

them engage in a full day of

learning.

Weet-bix, milk, fruit,

scroggin and baked beans are

some of the foods dished up by

Mrs Mytton and teacher aide

volunteer Sharon Cleverly each

morning at 8.30am.

“The kids are really well fed,

which is wonderful,”​said Mrs

Mytton.

“With full tummies, their

brains engage and they start to

learn. If they’ve got a rumbly

tummy they aren’t going to

learn anything because they’re

focused on being hungry,” she

said.

•Turn to page 6

$30,000

Bishopdale

Library bill

falls on

ratepayers

• By Jess Gibson

RATEPAYERS WILL foot

the $30,000 bill to repair the

Bishopdale Library floor.

Shrinkage cracks, which are

believed to have formed within

the first two days of the slab being

poured in 2017, will be fixed at

the building’s entrance between

Thursday and

April 29.

City council

head of libraries

and information

Carolyn Robertson​

said because the

contractor which

built the library

has been put into

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liquidation, the city council will

pay for the repairs.

The damage became apparent

late last year when plastic was

removed from the slab.

When the damage was reported

by Nor’west News in January,

it was unclear if the contractor

would pay for the repairs.

Ratepayers paid to rebuild the

library in 2017, six years after the

previous building was damaged

in the February 22, 2011,

earthquake. •Turn to page 5

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IT’S GREAT to see people giving back

to the community. Lynne Mytton (front

page) is one of them.

The 67-year-old is a familiar face at

Bishopdale School at 8.30am where she

dishes up breakfast to pupils, with the help of teacher aide

Sharon Cleverly.

Lynne has lived in Bishopdale for many years. She recalls

fondly serving breakfast at home to her own children before

they headed off to the school.

Times have changed though and many schools now serve up

breakfast for pupils – but they need people like Lynne to help

out.

“With full tummies, their brains engage and they start to

learn. If they’ve got a rumbly tummy they aren’t going to learn

anything because they’re focused on being hungry,” she says.

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Pool group fails to get rates reprieve

• By Jess Gibson

A BID FOR a rates remission

at the site of planned Edgeware

Pool has sunk.

The St Albans Pavilion

and Pool Group applied for a

remission for the empty site on

Edgeware Rd as its members

have been paying

from their own

pockets since

purchasing the

land in 2016.

Rates

remissions

are granted to

Karleen

Edwards

not-for-profit

community

organisations

which provide a public good

through the use of their land.

City council chief executive

Karleen Edwards declined the

application from the group, which

is a registered charity, as the land

is not open for public use.

St Albans Pavilion and Pool

spokeswoman Valerie Somerville

said the application was an

attempt to relieve some pressure

while the group tries to reinstate

the pool, which was demolished

in 2007.

“We accept the reason for

the council’s decision and are

very grateful for the (Papanui-

Innes) Community Board’s

support in suggesting other

PLANS: The St Albans Pavilion and Pool Group is paying rates for the empty land on Edgeware

Rd where it plans to build the Edgeware Pool.

PHOTO: APOLLO DESIGN

options to apply for funding,”

said Mrs Somerville.

The community board received

a letter from Dr Edwards

informing members about the

decision after it wrote to the city

council in support of the group’s

application.

Dr Edwards acknowledged

the group is doing good work

and said the city council would

be “happy to accept a further

remission application once the

site is open.”

In 2016, the city council sold

the land for the Edgeware Pool to

the St Albans Pavilion and Pool

Group for $1.

The city council stated at the

time it would not contribute to

the project, but later said it would

commit $1.25 million if the

group could raise the rest of the

$5 million cost.

So far, about $170,000 has

been raised for the project,

which has been used to cover

costs including resource consent

and developing a design plan.

The project is in its feasibility

stage, which will assess the

practicality of the pool designs

and determine whether it is an

asset to the community.

After this, the group can apply

for money from major charitable

funding groups.

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Rua and Roto Kohatu lakes. A

summary of the feedback will be

available once staff have replied to

the submitters.

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Parking limits should boost business

Fire rages, homes at risk

• By Jess Gibson

PARKING restrictions could

lead to a much-needed boost in

business for a block of shops in

St Albans.

Ten car parks on the northern

side of Malvern St between

Rutland and Gossett Sts will

get 60min limits, while two

car parks on Rutland St near

the entrance to the Canterbury

Rugby Union’s car park will get

30min limits.

The Papanui-Innes

Community Board approved the

decision to put time restrictions

on the car parks, which currently

have no limit. It aims to provide

higher turnover parking for

customers using the Rutland St

shops.

Shop owners suffered a

downturn in business in

2017 after the installation of

the Papanui Parallel Cycleway

removed about 50 per cent of the

car parks along Rutland St.

There are currently only seven

restricted 15min parking spaces

outside six shops, the rest are allday

car parks ,which are usually

taken up by CRFU members and

staff.

Coco Gifts owner Liz van

Monfort said she noticed a 20 to

30 per cent downturn in business

after the major cycle route was

Bishopdale Library floor repairs to cost $30k

•From page 1

The $1.2 million library rebuild

budget was increased by almost $2

million to ensure the building was

up to standard.

In January, city council

community libraries manager

Erica Rankin said the cracks were

considered safe but were being

fixed as the damage was noticeable

to visitors.

She said there is a high

likelihood of more shrinkage

cracks in other parts of the

building, but these could be

covered by floor materials.

Repairs were made to the floor of

UPTURN: Coco Gifts owner Liz van Monfort gives a big thumbs up for the installation of 12

restricted parking spots outside her store.

PHOTO: MARTIN HUNTER

put in. “(The parks) will be a

great boost for daily business,”

said Ms van Monfort.

Susan Ross, who owns the

Susan Ross uniform shop, said

parking has been a “nightmare”

the assembly hall in January while

the main library remained open.

But the city council has

decided to close the building

while the entrance is fixed as the

expected noise and dust would be

unpleasant for the public.

The closure is timed to

coincide with the Easter and

Anzac Day.

Library items can still

be returned to Bishopdale Library

while the building is closed.

The closest alternative libraries

are the Papanui Library in

Langdons Rd and Redwood

Library in Main North Rd.

and the changes are a positive

outcome. Rutland St Dairy

owner Jackson Zhang said he

suffered a downturn of about

40 to 50 per cent following the

cycleway changes.

Mr Zhang has also faced an

ongoing problem with people

disregarding the current 15min

restrictions, so the board has

asked the city council to consider

enforcement signs.

The city council sought

feedback from affected residents

and businesses on Rutland and

Malvern Sts on the proposed

changes in November and

received 63 submissions. Of 44

submissions which opposed the

changes on Malvern St, 38 were

from people associated with

CRFU and the remaining six

were unidentified. The majority

of these submissions supported

the changes to the two parks on

Rutland St. One submission said

60min was not long enough for

people going to meetings or for

training sessions at Rugby Park,

while another said rugby players

would need to park further away.

City councillor Mike Davidson

said the “strength in numbers” of

the CRFU’s submissions needed

to be taken into consideration

when looking at the benefits to

the wider community.

A CRFU spokesperson said

the “decision-making process is

ultimately with the council.”

Two other options were

considered by the board –option

one was to provide 10 60min

car parks on Malvern St and six

30min car parks on Rutland St,

which would have removed all

of the all-day parking between

Innes Rd and Malvern St. Option

three was to do nothing.

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Redwood has a voice again

• By Jess Gibson

THE WHEELS are

in motion at the new

Redwood Business and

Residents’ Association.

About 20 residents,

business owners, church

members, community

workers and Papanui-

Innes Community Board

members attended the

group’s first meeting at the

Christchurch Function

Centre last week.

The former Redwood

Residents’ Association

went into recess eight years

ago.

Past secretary Gayle

Freeman said it was the

right time to reform a

community group. “There

is a real hunger to see what

we can make Redwood

into,” she said.

The previous association

was active for about seven

years before the February

Getting kids off to a good start

•From page 1

Bishopdale School

receives the donated food

from Fonterra, Sanitarium

and KidsCan.

At the school, the

breakfast club is open to

all pupils rather than just

those who need to be fed

and is even on offer for

parents who come in with

their children.

Before the breakfast

club, Mrs Mytton was a

22, 2011, earthquake.

Redwood Hotel owner

Alison Hume was one of

three people who set up the

meeting to see if there was

any interest in restarting a

group, which would meet

regularly to talk about

Redwood.

Ms Hume was “really

surprised” with the

turnout. The group talked

about the area’s needs –

including a community

hall, adequate facilities,

more resources, events

and making the suburb

enjoyable for young people.

She said there was

a positive discussion

about “the importance of

ensuring Redwood is a

welcoming, inclusive place

for people to live”.

Creating a more

village-like area has been

suggested as a result of the

Christchurch Northern

Corridor’s effects.

volunteer for the milk in

schools programme while

her grandchildren were at

Bishopdale School.

When Mrs Cleverly

asked Mrs Mytton to help

her start up the breakfast

club in 2017, she jumped on

board.

“I love seeing the kids

laughing and happy

because they are being fed

and it’s so nice seeing them

interacting around the

DISCUSSION:

About 20

people

were at the

Christchurch

Function

Centre for

the first

Redwood

Business and

Residents’

Association

meeting.

Ms Hume said the group

is due to meet again in a

month to discuss how it

will move ahead and there

will be an opportunity for

people to step forward into

leadership roles.

No capital projects are

planned for Redwood in

the city council’s Long

Term Plan 2018-2028.

But city councillor

Mike Davidson said the

group can partner with

the community board to

advocate to the council.

“The group can use this

as an opportunity to see

what’s needed,” said Cr

Davidson. ​

When the previous

association was active,

it was instrumental in

keeping the Redwood

Library open, making

traffic improvements and

the ensuring Graham

Condon Recreation and

Sports Centre was built.

table,” she said.

“It’s very rewarding.

You’re helping them in a

small way but it makes a

big impact.”

Bishopdale School

principal Sue Fisher is

thankful to have volunteers

who run the programme.

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News

• By Jess Gibson

THE CHRISTCHURCH City

Chorus has its sights set on New

Orleans.

The choir of 140 women will

represent New Zealand at the Sweet

Adelines International competition

in the United States in September

after winning the national heat for

the 11th time.

It won’t be the first time the group

has performed at the competition –

the choir has previously taken the

stage in San Antonio, Hawaii and

Indianapolis in the United States, as

well as Calgary, Canada.

In its most recent trip to Las Vegas

in 2016, the choir finished fifth in

the world at the competition.

But director Virginia Humphrey

is hoping to do better at this year’s

competition.

Coaches will fly over from Los

Angeles, Sweden and Seattle to train

the choir before it heads to New

Orleans.

Mrs Humphrey said the group

could go every year if it wanted but

aims for every three years due to

the high cost of the trip. The choir

will showcase jazz, popular New

Zealand music, ballads and swing at

a southern-style-themed fundraiser

on April 28.

The money raised will go towards

accommodating two Swedish singing

coaches during the trip, hiring

stage equipment and flying props

over.

The choir will donate 10 per cent

of its proceeds to the Muslim Association

of Canterbury after the

March 15 terror attack.

The group will be judged on

sound, music, expression and showmanship

at the competition.

Mrs Humphrey formed the group

in 1985 after being part of a barbershop

chorus in Canada.

“I loved it so much I came home

and started a chorus here,” she said.

The group has since won every

national competition it has entered

since 1987.

The fundraiser on April 28 will

showcase two a cappella shows at

2pm and 7pm at Harmony Church​,

220 Antigua St.

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News

Now

City chorus to perform on world stage again

CHAMPS: The Christchurch City Chorus, which is led by director Virginia Humphrey-Taylor,

will travel to New Orleans for the Sweet Adelines International competition in September.

Fire rages, homes at risk

Mobile Discovery Wall

Every day, except Friday this

week

Head down to Papanui

Library to see the Mobile

Discovery Wall – a touchsensitive,

digital representation

of Christchurch that lets you

swipe your way through a virtual

world of photos, videos and

information. This event runs all

day and is free of charge.

Papanui Library

GenConnect

Today, 12.15-12.45pm

If you have questions about

your iPad, smartphone or tablet,

head down to GenConnect where

Papanui High School students

will help you for free.

Papanui Library

Email jess.gibson@starmedia.kiwi by

5pm each Wednesday

Scrabble Club

Today, 10.30am-noon,

Wednesday, 1-3pm and 1.30-

3.30pm

Play Scrabble with a friendly

group. Just head down when you

can – no bookings required. All

materials are supplied at this free

event.

Today at Redwood Library,

tomorrow at Bishopdale and

Shirley libraries

JP Clinic

Today, 10am-1pm, Tomorrow,

10am-1pm, Saturday 10am-noon

A justice of the peace will

be available to members of

the community to witness

signatures and documents,

certify document copies, hear

oaths, declarations, affidavits

or affirmations, as well as sign

citizenship, sponsorship or rates

rebates applications. No charge.

Today and Saturday at Papanui

Library, today at Shirley Library,

tomorrow at Bishopdale Library

Knit ‘n’ Yarn

Today, 1-3pm, Tomorrow,

1-2.30pm

Take your knitting, crochet or

another craft project and have

fun with this social group. This is

a free, drop-in event.

Today at Bishopdale Library

and tomorrow at Redwood

Library

EGG HUNT: Hop down

to your nearest library

for some Easter-themed

fun. Have a good time sharing

stories, creating crafts and

taking part in an Easter egg

hunt. The free sessions will

be held today, 10.30am-noon,

at Shirley Library; 2-4pm​at

Bishopdale Library; 3.30-5pm

at Redwood Library; and

tomorrow, 10.30-11.30am, at

Papanui Library.

Makerspace

Today, 3.30-4.30pm

Join in the fun activities every

week at the Makerspace sessions.

There will be creative and/or

tech activities to try and fun to

be had for kids of all ages. No

bookings required for this free

event.

Redwood Library

Reading to Dogs ​

Today, 3.30-4.30pm

Reading to Dogs is designed

to provide a relaxed, nonthreatening

atmosphere which

encourages children to practice

and develop a love of reading.

This programme​ uses dogs

which are pets of the city council

animal management team.

Registration is required for this

free event.

Today at Shirley Library

Mahjong Group

Saturday, 2-4pm, Monday,

2-4pm

If you are interested in playing

mahjong or would like to learn to

play, head down and have a go. If

you have your own set, feel free to

take it along. This is a free event.

Saturday at Shirley Library

(registrations required) and

Monday at Papanui Library

(drop-in)

Ozobots

Thursday, 10.30am-noon

Create your own basic coding

pattern using special markers

to guide ozobots around a path.

This is an informal, drop-in

session to have a look at how

ozobots work.

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hygge at home

[pronounced hue-guh ]

It’s definitely got me thinking. This month instead of

writing (which to me is talking) about property in its

usual commercial and clinical way, I’ve decided to

explore the deeply satisfying concept of what a home

is. What makes us rush home, why some homes

engage you at every level and how this deep sense of

comfort and safety are important because they are.

Last year I was introduced to the concept of Hygge.

Usually I struggle with concepts with words I find

difficult to say but this word stems from the Danish

representation of what is “cozy”.

It’s not a formal method of living, it doesn’t dictate or judge, it

merely encourages you to know or find what is comforting and meaningful

then ensuring the essence of this is part of your home life.

The consistent elements of this sit as easily in a Kiwi lifestyle as a

Scandinavian one and includes: enjoying or being close to nature, creating

intimate cozy spaces, having meaningful items in your home rather than

massive amounts of stuff or clutter (that’s me challenged!) and finding joy in

the simple things.

With all of this in mind, I thought I’d share some of my own Hygge

interpretations and ways in which I enjoy bringing a strong sense of home

and family into my life.

• Blankets, I love them everywhere and not just for decoration but for

warmth, snuggling and occasionally as a quick cloak walking from one part

of the house to another.

• Big couches that you can lie on or fall asleep in. Not those tiny little things

that you just fit on with your back straight and your feet tucked in.

• Candles, flowers and lamps. No surprises here and if there’s nothing

at the markets I’ll forage leaves and random bits of greenery. All of these

provide me with a sense of peace and respite.

• Pictures of my family, if there was a fire I’d grab my framed pictures and

feel grateful.

There you are. I live much of my life in the world of real estate.

I’m constantly interpreting or being asked to explain its nuances.

The Christchurch market going into winter, this winter needs a clear head

and a strong sense of purpose that’s why celebrating the gentle rhythms of

your own home is important for me and no doubt you.

Happy April, try Hygge.

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It’s

happening

at the...

Bishopdale Village Mall

Popular pharmacy

offers much more

than expected

As residents of Bishopdale and the

surrounding areas know, they can rely on

the friendly pharmacists and retail team at

Unichem Bishopdale Pharmacy for all their

pharmaceutical needs as well as health,

personal care and beauty products and

advice.

However, there is much more on offer at

this popular pharmacy, with one of their

key features being the extensive selection of

fashion scarves.

“We are well-known for our scarves

and we sell hundreds every month,” says

business owner Maria, who runs the

pharmacy in partnership with Amanda and

Anna.

“Our retail manager goes to three gift

fairs a year and sources the very latest in

colours and designs for our customers.

They are mostly one-offs, however there is

often the potential to re-order if a customer

misses out on a particular one they like.”

A number of the retail team members

have particular talents for colour matching,

and can help customers choose the

right scarf for their personal style and

colouring, and also show them different

ways to tie and wear scarves, Maria says.

Prices range from $11.99 up to $100 for

the most luxurious designs, with most of

the scarves priced around $20.

A new range of ponchos has arrived at

Unichem Bishopdale – just in time for

the cooler weather. Priced from $30 to

$120 these come in a variety of fabrics and

shades, including merino, and are a very

popular, easy-to-wear fashion item.

Another reason why customers keep

coming back to Unichem Bishopdale is

their extensive range of gift items.

“The feedback we get from people is that

they always seem to find what they want,

and in their price range,” Maria says.

Added to that is the complementary

gift-wrapping service, she says.

“Customers can walk in, find just what

they’re looking for, have it beautifully

gift-wrapped and walk out ready to go.”

When it comes to health and wellness,

Beautiful Scarves

foreveryone

• Fabulous range of colours

• Affordable prices, $11.99-$100.00

• New season’s ponchos

Be in quick – won’t last

long at these prices!

Bishopdale Pharmacy

Unichem Bishopdale values natural health

products, particularly the Go Healthy

range, including Glucosamine, Magnesium

and Fish Oils, which they are proud to be

able to offer their customers at some of the

best prices in town.

Glucosamine can assist with joint

mobility, Magnesium has a number of

potential benefits including improvement

to muscle, bone and nerve health, while

Fish Oils can improve joint, heart and

mental function.

If you are unsure what products would

be most helpful for you, have a chat to

the team. They have the knowledge and

understanding of a range of natural health

products to provide the right advice for

every individual.

Unichem Bishopdale Pharmacy is

conveniently located in the Bishopdale

Village Mall. Opening hours are Monday

to Friday 8.30am-6pm, Saturday

9.30am-4pm. Phone 359 8302. www.

bishopdalepharmacy.co.nz

37 Bishopdale Court, Bishopdale | Phone 03 359 8302

Ma Baker - your local

Kiwi bakery

They say that if you want to know the

best place to find a great bakery, follow the

locals, and in Edgeware and Bishopdale,

you’ll find both the residents and those

working in the area are regularly heading

straight for Ma Baker.

Their yummy food options in-store can

be described as honest Kiwi tucker and

there’s something for everyone. Everything

is baked daily by their team of bakers, from

the fresh bread displayed in store which

is also used in their sandwiches and rolls,

to their delicious and so-moreish cream

cakes, scones and slices. It’s a perfect spot

to call in for lunch or afternoon tea with

friends, to share a cuppa and a cake with

someone special, or for tradies to fill up

on their large selection of pies, stuffed

sausages, toasties, buns and donuts, and

they can be comfortable knowing they are a

tradie/hi-vis/workboots-friendly bakery. It

is also a popular spot for business people to

hold casual weekly meetings.

When cooking a meal is too much after

a busy day, parents can select something

from their large deli-bars and take home

large-sized bacon and egg or family meat

pies or pizza breads with fruit pies to follow

– their budget-friendly prices mean that

take-out or eating out doesn’t need to be

a weekly treat any more. Their savoury

Pamper

yourself

for Mother’s Day

• Facials

• Full body massages

• Manicures

Euphoria

body & beauty clinic

packs, authentic Southland cheese rollups,

biscuits made with real butter, cream

sponge rolls, iced madeira cakes, tarts

and slices are also ideal if you are having a

family get together , party or even just a few

friends round to watch the footy.

Ma Baker is one- hundred percent Kiwi

owned and operated by Paul and Nicky,

who opened their first bakery in 1995 and

still have a faithful following of regulars

– no surprise when they have continued

their winning formula of a welcoming

environment with excellent customer

service, a wide selection of affordable food,

matched with delicious hot coffee or tea

and convenient parking.

Find them at 135 Farrington Avenue,

Bishopdale and 1066 Colombo Street,

Edgeware.

Selling delicious, original Kiwi cuisine, baking fresh daily.

See in store for

our delicious

Hot Cross Buns!

EDGEWARE VILLAGE 1066 Colombo St, Ph. 365 0802

BISHOPDALE VILLAGE MALL 135 Farrington Ave, Ph. 359 1020

OPEN 7 DAYS 7.00AM - 5.30PM

• Pedicures

• Eyebrow tinting

• Eyelash tinting

• Waxing

• Men and women

welcome

Harewood Road, Bishopdale (inside the YMCA)

Phone 359 3445

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Catholic Cathedral College

To Live By Faith

Catholic Cathedral College is first and

foremost a Catholic school and for 150

years Catholic children of Christchurch

have been educated on this site. We aim

to produce graduates who are confident,

compassionate, connected citizens, willing

to make a positive contribution to our

society with a focus on faith, justice and

equity.

As the only co-ed Catholic College in

Christchurch, with a vibrant mix of

ethnicities, we offer excellent preparation

for life. We have a strong focus on our

bicultural heritage and all students from

Year 7 to 10 learn Te Reo Maori.

We encourage our students to strive

for excellence and have had sustained

excellent academic results over recent

years for all students, across all levels of

NCEA. We recently won the

highly coveted Bishop Lyons’

Shield, a public speaking and

debating competition for the

seven Catholic secondary

schools in the Diocese.

Our Vocational Pathways

programme offers individualised

programmes giving students

access to a range of tertiary

providers.

If you are looking for a Catholic

faith-based education, please

visit us on our Open Evening

on Thursday 23 May, 6.30-8pm

and experience the special

atmosphere and sense of family

that is so evident.

Open Evening Thursday 23rd May, 6.30-8.00pm

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All New for Avonside

at Ōrua Paeroa

A new school, a

new location, and a

new uniform! What

a fabulous year for

Avonside Girls’ High

school as a new chapter

in the school’s 90 plus

year history is written

this year. As Avonside

Girls’ High School moves into its new

home on Travis Road at the beginning of

term 2, it will take with it its traditions,

culture, history and values and its focus

on working with every student to help

her identify her strengths and develop

her talents so that she can flourish in her

future.

Just over 1000 girls will move onto the

new site in Travis Road and experience

learning in New Zealand’s newest

secondary school buildings. The campus

which also includes a satellite unit of

Ferndale School, is New Zealand’s first

ever co-location of a state girls’ school and

a state boys’ school sharing the same site

and some key facilities and yet delivering

teaching and learning within their own

single-sex learning environments.

One look inside the impressive entrance

foyer reveals an exciting campus with

fabulous facilities to enhance learning for

students.

In the front section of the school lie the

shared facilities, boasting the reception

and administrative centre for both

schools, a spacious library, a cultural

space, two theatres, a cafeteria with indoor

and outdoor seating, and student kitchen

facilities alongside a commercial kitchen

for teaching senior Hospitality courses.

The design of the school then separates

into two separate schools each designed

around its own courtyard. The school

is organised by learning areas, denoting

the school’s support of subject discipline

knowledge and skills, yet with adjacencies

that provide opportunities for learning

to be connected across learning areas for

students.

Avonside supports the development

of the whole student with a strong

ako programme delivered within a

vertical form structure and wonderful

opportunities for involvement beyond

classroom learning time. The superb

facilities in the new campus certainly

enhance those opportunities for our

students.

Avonside Girls’ High School has

embraced this opportunity to provide this

exciting new brand of 21st century style

single-sex education – the best of both

worlds!

Shirley Boys’ High School

at Ōrua Paeroa

Finally after 8 years

of unstinting effort,

Shirley Boys’ is in its

new home, one that

features state of the art

facilities for teaching

and learning in the 21st

Century.

The new

campus features a

Performing Arts Centre, full size all

weather turf, sports fields, the largest

school gymnasium in the city as well

as traditional classrooms and modern

flexible spaces designed to meet the needs

of all of its 1250 young Shirley men.

Shirley Boys’ High School,

Kiwi Soul Global Vision

At Shirley Boys’ High School, students

are encouraged to participate in a vast

array of sporting and cultural activities

and in all of these areas they are expected

to prepare themselves for action and

success on the world stage, while also

being encouraged to retain and strengthen

their own cultural roots.

Shirley Boys’ High School encourages

students to strive for personal excellence.

Learning occurs both inside and outside

the classroom, reflecting the desire of the

school to focus on teaching the whole

person to ensure a lifelong desire for

self-improvement. At Shirley Boys’ this

is known as “BTB – Better than Before”.

BTB leads to achievement, which can

be as modest as getting fit for a sport or

improving a test score or learning to sing

in a choir. BTB can also be as spectacular

as achieving a Premier New Zealand

Academic Scholar Award (awarded to the

Top 10 academic students in NZ).


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Christchurch Girls’ High School

Te Kura o Hine Waiora

Founded in 1877, Christchurch

Girls’ High School - Te Kura o

Hine Waiora benefits greatly

from 140 years of proud

educational achievement. It is

a learning environment that

values its rich tradition while

embracing innovation and

adapting to the modern world.

It is a place where each girl is

challenged to be a discerning

thinker, who is comfortable with

the concept of hard work and is

open to possibility.

All the programmes at

Christchurch Girls’ High School

are designed with girls in mind.

We want our students to explore

the possibilities that are on offer so that

when they leave school they will have

choices and can determine their own

future and not have it predetermined by

others.

We prepare our students by asking

them to embrace tradition, innovation

and excellence and to appreciate the

importance of each in shaping the future.

The school values, developed by the

students themselves, are an integral part

of the education we offer:

Compassion Aroha A Christchurch

Girls’ High School girl will show empathy

and concern for others. She will have an

understanding of the world and people

beyond her own circumstances, giving

service and acting with decency.

Gratitude Whai Whakaaro A Te Kura

o Hine Waiora student is thankful for the

support of her family and whanau. She is

appreciative of the opportunities she has

been able to explore at school.

Honesty Pono A Christchurch Girls’

High School girl will act with integrity.

She will be known for her honesty,

courtesy, reliability and trustworthiness.

Strength Kaha A Te Kura o Hine

Waiora girl will stand tall and proud.

She will have the have the courage and

strength of character to do what is

right, facing challenge and change with

confidence.

We warmly invite you to come and see

what Christchurch Girls’ High School - Te

Kura o Hine Waiora has to offer you and

your daughter.

Catholic Cathedral College

- To Live By Faith

Catholic Cathedral College is first and

foremost a Catholic school and for 150

years Catholic children of Christchurch

have been educated on this site. We aim

to produce graduates who are confident,

compassionate, connected citizens,

willing to make a positive contribution to

our society with a focus on faith, justice

and equity.

As the only co-ed Catholic College

in Christchurch, with a vibrant mix of

ethnicities, we offer excellent preparation

for life. We have a strong focus on our

bicultural heritage and all students from

Year 7 to 10 learn Te Reo Maori.

We encourage our students to strive

for excellence and have had sustained

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excellent academic results over recent

years for all students, across all levels

of NCEA. We recently won the highly

coveted Bishop Lyons’ Shield, a public

speaking and debating competition for

the seven Catholic secondary schools in

the Diocese.

Our Vocational Pathways programme

offers individualised programmes giving

students access to a range of tertiary

providers.

If you are looking for a Catholic faithbased

education, please visit us on our

Open Evening on Thursday 23 May,

6.30-8pm and experience the special

atmosphere and sense of family that is so

evident.

Christchurch Girls’

High School

Te Kura o

Hine Waiora

Embrace Tradition. Embrace Innovation. Embrace Excellence.

Open Day

Tuesday 21 May 2019, 10am - 2pm

Guided tours start with a brief information talk

Please visit our website to book a tour

www.cghs.school.nz

Bookings open May

Open Evening Thursday 24th May, 6.30-8.00pm

www.cathcollege.school.nz | 62 Ferry Road | Tel: 982 1690


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Medbury School: Preparing boys for life in the 21st century

Medbury School is the only independent

boys’ school in Christchurch, offering an

education for both dayboys

and boarders from Years 1 to

8. Medbury offers a traditional

education, encompassing the

Medbury values of manners

and respect, and its vision is

to provide an education which

prepares boys for life in the

21st Century.

Whilst placing a high

value on Literacy and

Numeracy in a ‘boys-only’

learning environment, Medbury also

believes in helping boys develop as

Choosing the

right school for

your Tamariki

When choosing the right school for our

tamariki we often go by the ‘feeling’ we have

when we visit, as much as by the programmes

that schools have on offer. The world demands

fewer people who can do repetitive tasks and

more people who can think creatively and

critically. That’s why our vision, our aspiration,

as a school is to be ‘A centre of creative

excellence’ in everything that we do, whether

visual arts or chemistry, volleyball or music,

management or curriculum organisation. In

doing this we haven’t forgotten the importance

of the strong relationships that we build with

all of our students, and the importance of

individualising learning pathways so that

we come as close as we can to meeting every

individual student’s needs. Hornby High

School’s feeling is one of positive relationships

that support learning. Students often comment

that we feel like whānau, like family. This all

takes place within our amazing new facilities,

some of the most modern in the country.

These facilities are allowing us to develop a

curriculum that caters for individual needs,

that supports student passions, and helps

our students to grow their heart for their

community, while emphasising our values

and promoting the ethos of kindness, of

manaaki. We are also committed to engaging

with whānau in any and every way we can. I

personally invite you to come along and meet

with our skilled staff, and the amazing young

people who make Hornby High School such a

wonderful place to be.

Robin Sutton - Principal

confident individuals, and developing

personal attributes, such as organisation,

confidence, relationships with others,

and independence.

At Medbury, the focus is

on the ‘whole boy’, and small

class sizes enable teachers to

deliver a personalised learning

programme, ensuring that every

boy has the support, extension and

encouragement he needs to discover

and develop his particular strengths.

The learning programmes are all

focused on a boy’s way of learning,

providing them with a structured

environment, with competition,

A New Marian

College

for 2023

Marian College is inviting its school

community to share ideas on what the

new school in Papanui could look like.

High on the list is celebrating Marian’s

Catholic special character and heritage,

tradition of service and cultural

representation.

Marian College leadership is expecting

excellent facilities which will continue to

enable flexible and responsive teaching

and learning, catering to students’

individual learning needs, strengths,

passions and interests.

Conveniently located on main arterial

Marian College

students respond to the

wonderful news

(QEII Drive, Main North Road) and

Orbiter bus routes, the new site connects

with key cycleways and is down the road

from brother school, St Bede’s College.

New and prospective families are

invited to join the conversation – at

Marian College Open Night, Tuesday 14

May from 4-7pm (Principal’s welcome

at 4:15pm and 5:30pm), and Open Day,

Thursday 30 May from 1-3pm (starting

with Principal’s welcome).

Open Afternoon

Tuesday 14 May

1.30 - 2.30pm in the junior block

Information Evening

Wednesday 15 May

6pm in the auditorium

For details of our enrolment zone, please refer to our website.

180 Waterloo Road, Hornby - Ph 03 349 5396 www.hornby.school.nz

boundaries and an opportunity to

succeed.

Medbury’s partnership with Swinburne

University of Technology is a new and

exciting initiative aimed at development

of emotional intelligence (EI) via the

Aristotle-EI programme.

Medbury’s Headmaster, Ian

Macpherson, states, “Our passion at

Medbury is to unlock the potential

of every boy. It is why we exist – to

understand each boy’s opportunities and

challenges, then personalise an education

which encourages him to strive to be the

very best he can be.

Friendships, values and a quiet selfconfidence

that comes with sound

preparation, will provide an invaluable

foundation for the

boys’ educational

journeys ahead.”

For more

information

please contact

the Registrar

on 03 351 6169,

email registrar@

medbury.school.

nz or visit www.

medbury.school.

nz.

Unlocking every

boy’s potential

You are invited to attend the Medbury

School Open Day to discover what

makes a Medbury education unique.

The Open Day is on Tuesday 7 May

2019 from 9.00am to 10.45am. The

Headmaster will speak at 10.15am.

Scholarships are available for 2020.

To register online visit Enrolment at

medbury.school.nz

OPEN DAY


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SCHOOL OPEN DAYS

Christian Integrated Schools in

Christchurch working together

Working together for the good of students

and families has been a successful recipe

for Christian Integrated Schools in

Christchurch.

The Christian School Network has been

in existence for over ten years. Aidanfield

Christian School, Emmanuel Christian

School, Hillview Christian School and

Middleton Grange School decided in

2005 that there was much to be gained

by working together cooperatively.

They recognised opportunities to share

successful teaching practice, curriculum

development initiatives across a wide

spectrum of school operations as well as

cooperatively strengthening their special

Christian Character. They recognised that

their ability to serve students and families

was greatly enhanced by working together

in a close and trusting relationship.

The success of the network has seen

other schools wanting to join in. Early

Middleton Grange School

Character, Excellence, Service for the Glory of God

OPEN DAYS

Tuesday, 21 & Thursday, 23 May 2019

am & pm

BOOKINGS

ESSENTIAL

Bookings Open

Term 2

in the piece Rangiora New Life School

became part of the network. The schools

joined together to support the genesis

of Ashburton Christian School and also

culminated in the start up of a brand new

school in Rolleston in 2015.

The schools have developed

interlocking enrolment schools which

assists in providing transparent pathways

in Christian education from new entrant

through to Year 13.

First rate general

education and

biblically based

teaching

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A further strength has been a

cooperative engagement with the Ministry

of Education who have been pivotal

in assisting the networks successful

development.

Primary School : Years 1-6

Middle School : Years 7-10

Senior College : Years 11-13

Places available particularly at Years 1, 4, 7, 9, 11-13

2020 Enrolments Close

Friday 14 June 2019 (Y7-13)

Friday 23 August 2019 (Y1-6)

If your child turns 5 and will start school in 2020, you must apply this year.

We are known for

our quality education as a compassionate community

in which the God-given gifts and talents of pupils are nurtured and celebrated

A Year 1-13 non-denominational co-educational Christian School

High quality affordable Christian education in a State Integrated School setting

Highly qualified teachers who are committed Christians

High expectations for academic achievement and behaviour

New Zealand Curriculum delivered from a Biblical perspective

Strong partnership and shared vision between home and school

for God’s calling on the life of the child

Christian values modelled and encouraged

office@middleton.school.nz

30 Acacia Ave, Riccarton

+64 3 348 9826 www.middleton.school.nz Christchurch, New Zealand

Middleton Grange School was

established in 1964 with the aim of

providing a first rate general education

and biblically based teaching in the

Christian faith. We see learning not

as an end in itself but something that

happens alongside the development of

character and a desire to serve God by

serving others.

We look forward to seeing our young

people excelling in academic, sporting,

cultural and service activities with a

sense of personal achievement. We also

want them to identify the strengths,

skills, talents and abilities that God has

put within each one of them, not just

for their personal benefit, but for the

benefit of the communities that they

live in. Serving others with compassion

and kindness is part of the ‘DNA’ of

Middleton Grange School. We want our

young people to engage in the society

and culture that they live in, to be a

positive influence and to point others to

God by their example.

We appreciate the hard work that

staff and students put into producing

top academic results, but what we value

even more highly is wisdom, character,

integrity and a willingness to help and

encourage others.

This is summed up in our school

motto ‘Character, Excellence, Service for

the Glory of God.

Rod Thompson, Interim Principal

Hillview Christian School

Yr 1–10

Middleton Grange School

Yr 1–13

Emmanuel Christian School

Yr 1–10

Aidanfield Christian School

Yr 1–10 Yr 1–8

Open Days: 15 & 17 May

Contact

school

for details

p: 332 6923

e: office@hillview.school.nz

w: www.hillview.school.nz

Open Days: 22 & 24 May

Contact

school

for details

• High quality affordable Christian education

• Qualified teachers who are committed Christians

• High standards of academic achievement and behaviour

p: 348 9826

e: office@middleton.school.nz

w: www.middleton.school.nz

Open days: Viewing by appointment

Contact

school

for details

p: 359 3595

e: office@emmanuelchristian.school.nz

w: www.emmanuelchristian.school.nz

p: 338 8153

e: enrol@aidanfield.school.nz

w: www.aidanfield.school.nz

A network of non denominational Christian Schools offering limited places in 2019

• Co-educational and State Integrated

• New Zealand Curriculum delivered from a Biblical perspective

• Christian virtues modelled and encouraged

Open days: Viewing by appointment

Contact

school

for details

Open days: Viewing by appointment

Contact

school

for details

p: 550 2653

e: office@rcs.school.nz

w: www.rollestonchristian.school.nz

• Strong partnership and shared vision between home and school for God’s calling

on the life of the child

• Pathways for pupils from Aidanfield, Emmanuel, Hillview and Rolleston to

Middleton Grange School at Senior College level


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SCHOOL OPEN DAYS

St Thomas believe

the best preparation

for life is an

education in a caring

diverse environment

At St Thomas’ we believe that the best

preparation for life is an education which

fosters excellence in a caring, diverse

environment. Our staff are committed

to guiding our students through a broad

range of spiritual, learning, culture,

sporting and service opportunities

in order to develop young men with

“educated hearts and educated minds”.

We are a state integrated Catholic

school for a maximum of 615 students

from Years 7 to 13. Our size enables us to

provide individual attention and develop

close relationships with our students in

order for them to develop a healthy selfimage,

relaxed but confident personal

skills, and a positive outlook on life.

We are a high performing academic

boys’ school and as such, maintain a clear

focus on boys’ needs and the pathway

from boyhood to manhood. We will

provide your son with adventure, testing

of courage and strong, good male role

models.

We want the young men who graduate

from our College to be men of justice and

compassion, who believe they have much

to offer the world in order for it to be a

better place.

Steve Hart, Principal

St Thomas of Canterbury College

Giving boys the

opportunity to be great

St Bede’s is a Catholic College for boys

founded by the Society of Mary in 1911

and it is also the only Catholic boarding

school for boys in the South Island.

Catholic, Marist and Bedean principles

and values form the basis of a holistic

education at the College. We aim not

to make the College great but to ensure

every boy has the opportunity to be great,

and we endeavour to develop young men

of Catholic hearts and minds through the

experiences the boys have in their time

here at the College.

St Bede’s is a College for all…a place

where gospel values are practised to

help form principled men; a learning

environment where everyone achieves;

a place that teachers want to come

to because of the strength of the

community; a place also, where boys can

embrace spiritual, sporting, cultural and

community activities, which all combined

shape boys into men. That’s the priority

and that is in our DNA.

We welcome parents and boys to the

College’s Open Day on Wednesday 8 May

between 9.00am – noon, where you will

have the opportunity to tour the College

and meet staff and students.

Parents are also invited to attend the

Information Evening, commencing at

7.00pm, where Senior Management and

students will provide further information

about the College.


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SCHOOL OPEN DAYS

Nurturing and educating

children for 168 years

Is your child one of 15 or 50? Is their

classroom a calm, productive learning

space or a tension of noise and

movement? How much teacher attention

does your child really receive?

St Michael’s has been nurturing

and educating children for 168 years.

Our small co-ed classes and specialist

teachers ensure your child is an

individual, well known by staff and

fellow pupils alike. For at the heart of

St Michael’s are the essential values of

Christian faith and good citizenship:

respect, integrity, faith, hope and love.

St Michael’s is a prep school so

your child is assured of a traditional

foundation in English and Mathematics.

This academic rigour then underpins our

wider curriculums in Science, History,

Geography and Spanish. IT literacy

is taught, not assumed, and computer

use is measured. We like teaching and

talking to our pupils!

Cultural and sports’ programmes

develop your child’s foundation further,

as creativity and problem-solving come

in many forms. Specialist art and music

classes are enjoyed weekly; and most

pupils play at least one instrument.

There are two choirs, and drama lessons.

Our new Y7&8 Programme ranges

from financial literacy to outdoor ed,

leadership challenges to new sports, art

and technologies.

✓ Co-educational, Years 1-8

✓ Small classes

✓ Specialist teachers

✓ Traditional classrooms;

academic rigour

✓ Musical excellence

✓ Christian values

✓ Before & after school care:

7.30am - 5.30pm

✓ Cental city location,

easy access

And our extended campus is

spectacular: today, the Gardens;

tomorrow, the Art Gallery; next week…

Our pupils come from city-wide,

arriving via the bus exchange only a

block away or with parents who work in

the thriving centre.

You are warmly welcome to explore

our purposeful, wholehearted and

inclusive prep school. Our next Open

Day is Tuesday 14 May or please contact

our registrar, Bec Hitchcock, for a

personal tour: 03.379.9790.

St Michael’s

Your school at the heart

of the city since 1851

Open Day: Tuesday 14 May

www.saintmichaels.school.nz 249 Durham Street 379 9790

Papanui

High School

- Preparing

students for

their future

“Our aim is simple... to

provide the best education

possible for every student”

Giving students the

opportunity to study from

an innovative and broad

curriculum is critical to

providing each student a

pathway that meets their

individual needs. We allow

for a greater range and

flexibility in subject choice

including the utilization

of the secondary/tertiary

interface. This reinforces the

philosophy underpinning

personalised learning and

is strongly supported by

understanding our students’

interests, passions, talents,

and ultimately their career

aspirations.

We understand that for effective

learning to take place, it has to be

implemented in such a way that students

will be highly engaged. The school

does this in a ‘forward thinking’ way by

creating learning environments that allow

our students to see value in what they do

and achieve. Papanui “PRIDE” is what

we represent and we demonstrate this by

having young adults leave our school as

confident learners who have gained the

appropriate qualifications and social skills

to become valued contributing members

of society.

All that we do here is reinforced by

positive relationships, an ethos of caring,

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cultural responsiveness, inclusion, and

high expectations – what we call “Our

Full service Model”. The school highly

values the connectedness of curricular

and co-curricular learning. We have a

philosophical understanding that the

holistic development of the student is

critical to their individual success.

The school has worked hard to

consolidate recent initiatives to ensure

sustained and continuous improvement.

You are invited to view our website,

school charter, ERO report, and/or

contact the school for more information.

We look forward to welcoming all

prospective students and their families/

whanau to visit our school.

PAPANUI HIGH SCHOOL

Our aim is simple….to provide the best education possible for every student

OPEN NIGHT

Tuesday 21st May 6.30pm

The evening will consist of an address from the principal and student

representatives, followed by guided tours of the school’s facilities.

Phone: 03 352 6119

30 Langdons Road

PO Box 5220

www.papanui.school.nz

Applications for enrolment are due by

Friday 26th July

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SCHOOL OPEN DAYS

Selwyn House offers a

world class education

Selwyn House School offers a world-class

education with a talented teaching staff

and small class sizes which are set within

a future-focused, nurturing environment.

An extensive range of educational,

sporting and cultural opportunities are

offered for girls in Years 1 - 8.

A supportive all-girl learning

environment encourages girls to take risks

without fear of failure and develops their

love of learning. They become confident,

compassionate, articulate and determined

young women who have the values, skills,

and attributes needed to not only achieve

their goals but to make a difference in

their communities. Our teachers ensure

girls are inspired and committed to

learning as they develop their unique

way of learning and achieving. The focus

across Years 1 - 8 is on the growth of the

developing girl encompassing intellectual,

social, physical, emotional, and cultural

needs.

Selwyn House is committed to

providing a continuum of international

education. The combination of the

International Baccalaureate Primary

Years Programme (PYP) and our futurefocused

STEAM and Mechatronics

curriculum ensures girls are equipped to

face a continually changing world with

confidence and enthusiasm.

We focus on instilling

strong foundations which

can be successfully built

upon. Core learning in

reading, writing and

mathematics is a priority.

Specialist programmes

in Art, Creative Writing,

Leadership, Mechatronics,

Music, Performing Arts,

Physical Education,

Science, Spanish and

Swimming play key roles to

further enhancing learning.

Selwyn House

provides each girl with

a personalised learning

experience. Each classroom

and specialist teacher

has the time to foster

meaningful relationships

with each student. Due

to our comprehensive

learning environment,

our girls are highly skilled, stand out

among their peers and are prepared for a

successful transition to secondary school.

Selwyn House’s nurturing environment

is apparent in all aspects of the school.

In our modern and safe, family-oriented

Boarding House, girls are supported by

dedicated staff and tutors. Girls from

across New Zealand and internationally

fondly call the Boarding House, their

‘home away from home’ and easily form a

sisterhood with others.

We believe in the strength of tradition,

the promise of the future and the power

of education. For more information on

the benefits of Selwyn House School,

scholarship information or to schedule

your personal tour, please contact

Charlotte Johnson 03 355 7299.

SELWYN HOUSE SCHOOL

Open Day

MONDAY 13 MAY

9AM TO NOON

SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE FOR 2020

APPLICATIONS CLOSE 4PM, 17 MAY 2019

phone (03) 355 7299 email office@selhouse.school.nz

122 Merivale Lane, Merivale, Christchurch 8014

WWW.SELWYNHOUSE.SCHOOL.NZ

Selwyn House School is a leading girls’ school for Years 1–8, with boarding

options available. We provide exceptional educational opportunities for girls,

in a stimulating and nurturing environment. Our focus is on developing globally

minded learners and leaders who will become confident and capable women.

Please join us at our Open Day on Monday 13 May and experience all that Selwyn House has to offer.

If you are unable to attend our Open Day, a personal tour can be arranged by appointment.

To register your interest for our Open Day phone: (03) 355 7299

or email: office@selhouse.school.nz

An International

Baccalaureate School

SCHOLARSHIPS

AVAILABLE

FOR 2020


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Transforming lives

through the

St Mark’s Story

Grounded in tradition,

enlivened by innovation and

inspired by God.

St Mark’s is an Anglican

full primary state-integrated

school – the only one in the

South Island.

We are a Christian School.

A school with strong

connections to the local

community. A school which

celebrates the gifts and

talents of everyone in the

community. And a school

that strives to live every

aspect of school life by the

values of Grace (Huatau),

Excellence (Hiranga),

Courage (Māiatanga)

and Faithfulness

(Piriponotanga).

A brand new campus with

excellent facilities including

science room, music rooms,

all weather turf and hall

with stage supports the delivery of a full

curriculum with specialist programs.

With the school marking it’s centennial

in 2021 tradition remains important to

us, as we partner with all whanau to bring

innovative teaching and learning to all

Ākonga.

Even with limited spaces in 2020 you

are always welcome at St Mark’s School.

Villa Maria

offers

education for

girls years 7-13

Villa Maria College is a state integrated

Catholic secondary school for girls

in Years 7 – 13. The foundation for

everything we do is our Catholic faith,

which we express through our Mercy

charism. Villa Maria College offers

spiritual formation and pastoral care

in the tradition of Catherine McAuley,

the founder of the Sisters of Mercy, who

established the College in 1918.

Our Mission is to: “Empower each

young woman to determine her potential,

live Gospel values, confidently embrace

life-long learning and as a Mercy woman

be inspired to make a difference”.

We have a proud academic history,

annually achieving academic results,

which are among the best in the

country. Girls are encouraged to stretch

themselves and work towards individual

goals, so they fulfil their potential. A

good education has balance, and our

strong academic programme is combined

with varied co-curricular activities,

encompassing sport, cultural and musical

programmes.

We invite you to visit Villa Maria

College and experience our special

character for yourself. You will also find

a wealth of information on our website

–www.villa.school.nz

• Grounded in tradition, enlivened by innovation

and inspired by God

• Year 0 - 8 Anglican State - Integrated

• Holistic education inspired by the Gospel through

Grace/Huatau, Excellence/Hiranga, Courage/

Maiatanga and Faithfulness/Piriponotanga.

• Caring family atmosphere

• Specialist programmes

• Exciting new campus

• Transforming lives

• Limited places available in 2020

St Mark’s School

Open Day - Wednesday 22nd May, 9am - 2pm

Cholmondeley Avenue, Christchurch | Phone: 03 332 7339

Email: office@saintmarks.school.nz | www.saintmarks.school.nz

T E W H A R E O M E R I

Tuesday 21 May 2019, 9:00am - 3:00pm

Villa Maria College is a state integrated Catholic secondary school for girls in years 7 - 13.

We extend a warm invitation to prospective parents and students to join us throughout the day

and see our College in action.

Meet our staff and students and find out what makes Villa Maria College such a special place.

Principal Deborah Brosnahan and our student leaders will address visitors in the Auditorium at

the following times: 9am and 1pm for Year 9 intake, and 11am for Year 7 intake. Visitors are then

invited to take a guided tour of the College.

We look forward to seeing you.

2019 Student Leaders

21 Peer St, Christchurch • Ph: 348 4165 • www.villa.school.nz


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Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

continuing education

NOR’WEST NEWS

christchurch

School of Music

As

Did you know that musical training

can change brain structure and function

for the better? It can also improve longterm

memory and lead to better brain

development, particularly for those

who start at a young age. So why wait

any longer?? Come and join us at the

Christchurch School of Music!

CSM is a not-for-profit organisation with

a strong focus on community. From ages 2

to 92 we have something for everyone. On

a Saturday morning the whole family can

find something to suit.

For the young ones there are pre-school

and junior school classes, “Take Off with

Music”, 41/2 year olds can start on Suzuki

strings and at 6 the recorder is a great

instrument to learn. In 2019 we have a

fantastic deal for beginner recorder players

– just $52 for a year of tuition and this

includes a recorder and a book!!

Older children and adults may opt for

group or individual lessons on a specific

instrument (including voice). With six

orchestras, two concert bands, a Big Band,

a jazz combo, six wind ensembles, rock

bands, two choirs, chamber groups, a

samba band and a guitar ensemble there is

an ensemble to suit all levels and all ages.

If affordability is an issue, CSM may be

able to offer a discount through funding

provided by the Rata Foundation.

Find out more about us or enrol any

time at www.csm.org.nz

Try something new

daylight saving ends

and the evenings become

longer why not take the

opportunity to take up a

new hobby, learn a new

skill, meet some new

people and have fun at

the same time then join

one of Papanui High

School’s exciting range of

Adult and Community

Education Courses for

Term 2 beginning from 6

May. We have a wide range

of courses to choose from and guarantee you

will find something to appeal regardless of

your age or interests.

One of new classes for Term 2 is a Belly

Dancing for Beginners Workshop on

Saturday 25 May between 3-4.30 pm. This

one off workshop taught by Nicola Rooney

is ideal for those who have always wanted to

try Belly Dancing and is the idea opportunity

to see if it is for you. All new dancers are

welcome as no previous dance experience is

needed. The workshop will cover a dancers’s

warm-up, posture and how to dance safely,

torso and arm movements, and common

belly-dance steps and terminology. This

class promotes creativity and self-expression,

strength, confidence and body awareness all

through the art of moving to music.

We also offer classes in Languages,

Woodwork, Dressmaking, Art, Cooking,

Cake Design, Yoga, Pilates,

Bee Keeping, Ukulele,

English for Speakers

of other languages,

Photography and more.

For further information

and enrolment in these

or any of our courses

please visit our website

www.papanui.school.nz

or email rpb@papanui.

school.nz or telephone

our office on 3520701.

40 + COURSES

AND TALKS

ENROLING NOW

www.cwea.org.nz 59 Gloucester Street, Christchurch, 03 3660285


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Tuesday [Edition April 16 datE] 2019 233

COntinuing eduCAtiOn

Adult and community

education at Risingholme

Community Centre

There are exciting times ahead for

Risingholme Community Centre,

as we prepare to re occupy the

Risingholme Homestead, situated

in the Risingholme Park in Opawa.

This occasion will be marked with a

Mayoral Opening on Wednesday 5th

June and a Community Open Day

will take place on Saturday 8th June

when members of the community

are welcome to come and have a

look at the refurbished facilities.

Risingholme Community Centre

continues to offer a wide range of

exciting learning opportunities across the

city. With the start of term 2 on Monday

6th May and winter approaching why not

enrol in one of our exciting classes – www.

risingholme.org.nz

Risingholme’s strong focus on language

development continues with a wide range

of languages courses at a variety of levels

– ESOL, German, Italian, Russian, Sign

Language, Spanish and Te Reo Maori.

Risingholme’s traditional base of art and

craft courses continues to flourish with a

full range available at a number of venues.

They include fabrics, woodwork skills, cake

decorating, health & fitness and well-being,

Looking after each other

and ourselves

This Autumn the WEA is offering a

range of courses with the emphasis on

self and social care. We recognise that

having opportunities to listen deeply to

one another, and to come together around

a shared activity or experience are vital

parts of building a safe and connected

community. It is also true that to look after

others we must first look after ourselves. It

can be as simple as building time into our

busy lives for things that feed us: perhaps an

artistic or musical pursuit, learning a new

language, or practicing meditation. With

a range of over 40 courses from Middle

Eastern Dance to Understanding the Treaty

in 2019, Foraging to Rethinking Mental

Health and a welcoming and enthusiastic

community of learners, there is lots to gain

from a course at the WEA and we would

love to see you there.

computing, guitar and photography, as well

as many others.

For more information on classes at

Risingholme, Riccarton High School,

Christchurch Girls’ High School, Shirley

Boys’ High School, Hillmorton High

School and Hornby High School, contact

the Risingholme Community Centre at

332 7359 or e-mail info@risingholme.org.

nz

The full programme for Term 2 is

available on our website at http://www.

risingholme.org.nz/courses

Brochures are available at the Risingholme

office and public libraries.

Visit www.cwea.org.nz to find out more

or pop in and chat to us at 59 Gloucester

street (between 9.30 and 3pm week days).

Hearts created by students of

Japanese Origami

Learn business and

computing for free

Vision College’s free 20-week Certificate in

Business (Administration and Technology)

is a level 3 course that offers computer skills

within a business focus for those wanting to

retrain for modern office systems.

The course is designed for those wanting

to run the admin side of their own business,

work in an administration role, or upskill.

While covering computer applications

like Microsoft Word, Excel and Publisher,

it includes business report writing,

communication skills and creating business

documents.

Vision College’s self-paced course allows

students to work through a series of

computer-based skills with tutor support,

at times that suit their lifestyle. “Classes are

held during normal working hours, but we

can be flexible with hours that best suit our

Adult and Community

Education Term 2, 2019

Come learn with us

Risingholme Community Centre

offers a wide range of short courses,

each term, at a range of venues.

Risingholme Community Centre

Art (Create with Pastels & Paints, Mixed Media, Watercolour,

Painting with Acrylics), Mindfulness, Cake Decorating,

Drawing & Sketching, Embroidery, ESOL, Fabric & Craft

Skills, Guitar, Pottery, Sewing Skills, Upholstery, Using your

Overlocker, Weekend Sewing classes, Yoga, Wood Sculpture,

Woodwork, Woodwork for Women, Zentangle, Printmaking,

Fermented Foods, Plastics Free, Waiata.

Christchurch Girls’ High School

Dressmaking, Embroidery, Te Reo Maori, Watercolour Painting,

Drawing & Sketching, Preserving Fruit, Vegetables & Herbs.

Riccarton High School

Calligraphy, ESOL Business English Intermediate, Indian

Cooking, Italian Language, NZ Sign Language, Russian

Language, Sewing Skills, Spanish Language, Te Reo Maori,

Arabic, A Taste of Egyptian Cooking, Picture Framing.

student’s lifestyle.” says Gary Taylor, Vision

College Campus Manager.

“So, the learning is delivered by way of a

workbook, along with organised tutorials

where tutors are on hand to offer one-on-one

tuition when required. While some theory

is included, the course is very practical and

students are at a computer from the first

lesson.” Added Taylor.

This course is available for domestic

students aged 16+. Students do not need

their own computer, as the classroom is

fitted out with the required technology, but

may bring their own.

Vision College are enrolling now for

their April intake. For more information

call 0800 834 834, txt ‘OFFICE’ to 027 557

8839, or visit the website www.vision.ac.nz

to enrol online.

Hornby High School

Sewing Skills, Thai Cooking, Te Reo.

Shirley Boys’ High School

Painting with Acrylics, German Language, Photoshop, Reiki

Level 1, Spanish Language Level 3, Te Reo Maori, Thai

Cooking, Woodwork, Yoga (range of classes), Art of Creativity

& Expression, Sign Language.

Full details available on www.risingholme.org.nz

Risingholme office at 99 Hawford Road

Phone 332 7359 | Email info@risingholme.org.nz

www.risingholme.org.nz

Learn

Computer Skills

0800 834 834

vision.ac.nz

50 Hazeldean Road, Addington

Are you looking to get back into the work force, but

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Hours of study are flexible and tutors are

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For more info txt 'OFFICE' to 027 557 8839

*Conditions apply


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AUTOMOTIVE PROFESSIONALS

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JCM Direct Tyres in Middleton. The

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business supplies tyres, mags and rims and

it is clear from their feedback that they

provide ‘outstanding customer service,’

‘really know what they are doing,’ and even

provide ‘tasty coffee.’

Reviews like these are hard-won, with

the emphasis being on making sure they

go the extra mile to really meet the needs

of the client. As an independent dealer,

they are not tied to a specific brand.

Instead, they will look at your vehicle,

your budget and your driving style to

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of what the franchise wants you to have.

This can be brand new tyres such as Pirelli,

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high end, almost-new second hand tyres

in mint condition, often the same brand

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them with their vehicles, from caravans to

utes, that are safe on the roads.

They will give you their honest opinion

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It could be more cost effective in the long

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City’s rebuild roads, and if you do have a

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It is not only tyres – they supply rims

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They also provide alloy wheels, spare

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Tuesday April 16 2019 25

HOME & HEATING

The

importance

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Choosing the

right heat pump

for your home

The quality of the air we breathe

affects our health and ability to

perform. We breathe in and out

approximately 20,000 litres of

air every day. It is therefore very

important to ensure good air

quality indoors through adequate

ventilation. Ventilation is the

process of air exchange to provide

the necessary air quality that meets

the needs of the occupants for clean,

fresh air. Low oxygen with high

carbon dioxide causes stuffiness

in the room and occupants can

feel drowsy. Invisible harmful

substances like a high content of

dust and tobacco smoke are harmful

and can cause various diseases. Even

bad smells can cause discomfort

or irritate the nervous system. In

summer, it’s easy to open windows

for cross ventilation, however as

winter approaches, we start to shut

up out houses to trap in the heat and

as a result, air quality can decline.

Ventilation includes both the

exchange of air to the outside as

well as circulation of air within

the building. It is one of the

most important factors for maintaining

acceptable indoor air quality in buildings.

Filtered air supply for summer and filtered

and warmed air in winter creates a healthy

environment in which to live and work. In

case of poor or insufficient air intake from

outside, the oxygen content decreases,

humidity and dustiness levels increase. If

exhaust ventilation is not provided or it is

not effective, polluted air, smells, humidity

and harmful substances are not removed.

To ensure the quality of your air, contact

the experts. Smooth-Air Products can

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your building requirement.

Smooth-Air offers a wide range

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but they can also provide

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You can contact Smooth-Air on

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Enviro Master supplies, installs and services

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With new regulations coming in for

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It will also discourage them from using

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It is important to remember, when

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26 Tuesday April 16 2019

Latest Christchurch news at www.star.kiwi

REAL ESTATE

Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

Luxury waterfront residence - one of NZ’s finest homes

Redcliffs, 145 Main Road

Price: $3,495,000

4 bedrooms | 3 bathrooms | 4 toilets | 4 living rooms | 1 dining room | 3 car-garage | Listing Number: PI57626

Rarely are we favoured with the

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Epitomizing a cutting edge design,

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With a floor area of 501sqm, the home

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With precise planning and detailing it

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The natural palette of materials and

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Classifieds Contact us today Phone our local team 03 379 1100

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Tuesday April 16 2019 27

Anglican

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Maundy Thursday – ‘Take eat this is my body...’

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Fri 19 April Good Friday all-age service

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Sun 21 April Easter Day services 7.45am,

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www.stchristophers.org.nz

ST ANDREW’S AT RANGI RURU

Presbyterian PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

16 Merivale Lane • Ph: 355 7174

standrewsatrr@xtra.co.nz

Friday 19 April

10am Good Friday Sevice

Sunday 21 April

10am Easter Sunday Service

with Communion

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at St Aidan’s Bryndwr

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Good Friday, 9am - Why Jesus?

Easter Sunday, 8:30am - Communion service

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Wed 17 Apr: 10am, Easter Service

Fri 19 Apr: 10am, Good Friday

Spiritualist Reflective Service

Sun 21 Apr: 10am, Resurrection

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Phone: Evangelical

352-1366

www.northwestchchparish.org.nz

Easter at the

Transitional Cathedral

Maundy Thursday – 18 April

7:00pm Evening Eucharist of the Lord’s

Supper with Footwashing.

Music by the Cathedral Choir

Good Friday – 19 April Lutheran

10:00am Children’s Good Friday Service

12:00pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passion

Music by the Cathedral Choir

Holy Saturday – 20 April

12:noon Tallis Lamentations Lutheran sung by the men of the Choir

9:00pm The Great Vigil of Easter

Easter Day – 21 April

8:00am Holy Eucharist

10:00am

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Music: The Cathedral Choir

Preacher: Bishop Peter Carrell

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Easter Services

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Pentecostal

Pentecost

Maundy Thursday, 7pm

Good Friday, 10am

Easter Sunday, 7am (St James Park),

10am (Holy Communion)

Monday – Thursday, 12noon – 6pm:

Church will be open for a self-guided tour

through the stations of the cross.

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