Pegasus Post: August 27, 2019

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TUESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2019

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Sintes signs

off from board

after 12 years

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Cash injection

for community

initiatives

Bebe Frayle Greg Sugrue

People’s Choice - Labour

Burwood Community Board

Authorised by J McLellan, 6 Braddon Street, Addington

Gourmet Seafoods QE II scoops top chip award

CRISPY: Helen and Peter Joe won the people’s choice category for the best chips in the upper South Island at The Chip

Group Industry Awards.

PHOTO: GEOFF SLOAN

• By Matt Slaughter

PETER JOE knows a thing or

two about making good deep

fried chips.

The 60-year-old owner of

Gourmet Seafoods QE II on

Travis Rd is a third-generation

fish and chip shop owner.

His grandparents moved

from China to open one in

Lower Hutt and his parents had

one in Wellington.

Mr Joe and his wife Helen

took out the people’s choice

category at The Chip Group

Industry Awards.

They were voted as having

the best fries of any fish and

chip shop in Canterbury,

the West Coast, Nelson and

Marlborough. Mr Joe said the

award would not have been

possible without Helen and

their son Ben, who helped out

at the shop.

•Turn to page 6

New hot

pools name

chosen

without

input from

residents

• By Matt Slaughter

QUESTIONS have been

raised over the name He Puna

Taimoana, which has been

given to the hot pools under

construction in New Brighton.

The new name received mostly

positive feedback, but some

residents are disappointed about

the lack of public input into the

naming process and that it does

not include New Brighton or

Christchurch.

Te Rūnangao Ngāi Tūāhuririri

and Matapopore gifted the name,

which translates to “coastal pools”

or “seaside pools.”

In April, Pegasus Post reported

on Development Christchurch

Ltd’s early ideas for the hot pools’

name. They were Christchurch

Hot Pools or New Brighton Hot

Pools.

Bin Inn New Brighton owner

Nikki Griffin would have

liked either New Brighton or

Christchurch to be put at the end

of He Puna Taimoana to avoid

visitors getting confused about its

location.

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Sintes signs off from board

• By Matt Slaughter

TIM SINTES is an action man.

For the last 12 years, he has

been on the Coastal-Burwood

Community Board fighting for

action in the wards.

And with his limited downtown,

you might have seen the

68-year-old Southshore resident

out boating or hitting the waves

on his surfboard.

Mr Sintes, the board’s deputy

chairman, is not running for

re-election in the October local

body elections, saying it

was a tough decision to step

down but it was time for him to

put more energy into doing the

activities he loves.

“I love my surfing, my

snowboarding, my cycling . . .

my boating. I’ve got so many

things that I want to do, plus I

want to travel a bit more and just

have a bit more free time.

“My whole life, I’ve put the

community before me and I

think really it’s time that I need

to do it for myself.”

Mr Sintes also battled through

pneumonia at the end of last

year, which saw him hospitalised

twice. Although he said he still

feels like a young man, the time

is right for a change of lifestyle.

He said spending time with

his wife Jan Sintes and daughters

JOB DONE: Tim Sintes is not running for re-election in

October’s local body elections and says he’s looking forward

to spending more time boating and with his daughters Lauren

and Jade ​

Lauren and Jade, who he named

one of his boats after, would now

take priority.

Mr Sintes said in spite of his

time on the board being filled

with ups and downs, he has

“loved” the job.

“I love the good parts of it, I

hate the fighting, the battling.”

He said he had “incredibly

mixed feelings” about leaving.

However, Mr Sintes said

his decision to not run for

re-election is not because he

has lost interest or faith in the

Coastal and Burwood wards.

“I believe this place has so

much potential that just hasn’t

been realised. There are great

people out there and I’d love to

carry on the journey but [not]

for another three years. Believe

me, it was such a hard decision.

“I can honestly say I couldn’t

have worked any harder than

I’ve worked . . . when I get into

a project I give it 100 per cent, I

throw my whole life into it and

I never thought it would take 12

years of my life.”

Mr Sintes’ said his best

achievements with the board

include helping to get Taiora: QE

II Recreation and Sport Centre

rebuilt and ensuring the recently

named He Puna Taimoana hot

pools were approved for New

Brighton.

Even simple things like getting

a boardwalk rebuilt in South

Brighton was a highlight for Mr

Sintes.

Along with these

achievements, Mr Sintes said:

“There are a lot of things that

I’m super disappointed in.”

“I still so wish we could get

South Brighton and Southshore

estuary edge [sea level rise and

flooding protections] sorted out.

That’s just been going on for so

long and it’s just not right.”

Mr Sintes said the next

three years would see some big

developments he had helped

push for come to fruition,

including the hot pools.

He said he would be watching

on with excitement.

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work being carried out on the

New Brighton Clock Tower. The

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board requested the lighting so

the clock tower can be lit up at

night-time.

COMMUNITY GRANTS

A grant of $2500 will go to the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board’s ‘Summer with your

Neighbours’ event. Through its

discretionary response fund,

the board also granted $5500 to

Parklands @ Play, $3000 to the

board’s Garden Pride Awards,

$6000 to the Dallington Avondale

Burwood Combined Event, $6000

to the I Love New Brighton event

and $500 to the board’s Anzac

Day commemorations next year.

YOUNG ACHIEVERS

Duncan Smith has received a

grant of $500 towards the cost of

his flights to attend the Shirley

Boys’ High School exchange trip

to South Korea. Manaia Warbrick

and Keegan Piper will get $250

for flights and accommodation

to the AIMS Games in Tauranga

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$300,000 cash

• By Matt Slaughter

MORE THAN $300,000 has

been split between community

groups and organisations in the

east.

The funding came from the

Coastal-Burwood Community

Board’s strengthening

communities fund.

The purpose of the fund is to

support community-focused

organisations with projects that

strengthen community wellbeing

in the area.

Successful applicants are

outlined in the community

board agenda as being able to

demonstrate they are sustainable,

strategic, community-focused

groups which benefit the

community.

New Brighton Community

Gardens Trust manager

Catherine O’Neill said receiving

$20,000 towards operational

costs means she will be able to

commit more time to her role

“We can do more, we can

outreach more, hopefully,

outreach more to the

•From page 1

Said Ms Griffin: “Generally,

in most cases, there seems to be

kind of the two-name reflection

. . . you look at [Taiora] QE II,

they’ve used the Maori name and

they respected the QE II name,

so it would have been probably

nice to have a name that could

encompass both.”

However, DCL chief executive

Rob Hall said New Brighton and

Christchurch will feature in the

pools’ marketing and advertising.

“The fact they are located in

New Brighton, Christchurch

will be clear in promotions,

marketing and signage for the

facility.”

There was no public

consultation for the name.

BOOST: New Brighton Community Gardens Trust received a

$20,000 grant from the community board.

community. Our gardens are

pretty big and organised and

you need to have some

leadership in a garden.

“We can’t survive

without these funds

coming in.”

Parklands Christchurch

Softball United president

Darryll Hamilton said

its $2000 grant would go

towards replacing three

bags of equipment, which

were stolen from its gear shed

in June, and replacing worn out

gear in general.

Coastal Ward city councillor

David East said he is not

disappointed there was no

consultation over the name

but admits he was surprised

when just one name option was

presented to the community

board.

“The name was gifted and it

was more or less just presented to

us . . . I didn’t even know it was

going to happen, it just came out

of the blue, so that was a little bit

of a surprise.”

Mr Hall said He Puna

Taimoana and its meaning was

shared with Coastal-Burwood

Community Board before it was

announced.

Ms Griffin said it would have

been better if the community was

“The funding is getting harder

and harder to get and when we

do get funding like that,

don’t you worry, we do

appreciate it. Otherwise,

what we’re doing is we’re

putting our fee of subs

up higher and as a rule,

generally, the subs do

not pay for any gear.”

A-Town Boxing

Gym received $4500

towards its Champion

4 Life Boxing programme,

which it runs at Chisnallwood

Intermediate and Haeata

Darryll

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likes He Puna Taimoana.

“It would have been nice for

the community to have that

engagement. As for the name,

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and do some stuff and try and

encourage the kids to do their

best, stop making excuses, own

your mistakes . . . we can say

things as coaches that teachers

can’t and mums and dads as

well.”

New Brighton Project, which

organises community initiatives,

including the New Brighton

Seaside Market, was granted

of $23,000 towards operating

costs.

Co-ordinator Martha

Baxendell said the money will

go towards things like printing

costs for its monthly Wave

newsletter, its office rental and

staff wages.

“It just means that we’re able

to continue the work that we

do . . . it’s also really important

that we carry on supporting our

community and creating good

connections for people through

our initiatives.”

I actually think it’s quite nice.

It does encompass the coastal

area, so I think it’s a really good

reflection on what the area is.”

New Brighton Business

and Landowners Association

chairwoman Rebecca Tavete also

felt consultation over the name

would have been better.

“I think the consultation may

have not included the community

as much as the community

would have liked, regardless of

that, I think the community have

been delivered something that

we should really embrace and

honour.”

New Brighton project coordinator

Martha Baxendell

said public consultation should

have happened if the name was

Other community groups

included:

Burwood Community

Church Trust received

$15,000 to go towards

Powerhouse Youth

Ministries and 24-7 youth

worker programmes.

QE II Swim Club received

$2000 to go towards coach

wages.

Youth Alive Trust received

$5000 towards volunteer

and mentoring co-ordinator

wages.

Dallington Community

Trust received $13,000

towards rent, public liability

insurance, its newsletter

and its community movie.

Wainoni Avonside

Community Services Trust

received $11,000 towards

wages and overheads.

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gifted by Maori, she felt there was

no need.

“As New Brighton Project, the

whole team . . . we’re all really

delighted to see that we’ve been

gifted a name by a local iwi that

speaks about our community.

We just wanted a name that

really reflected who we are as

a community and as a seaside

village and I think that the name

absolutely does that,” she said.

Cr East likes the new name, but

expects people will refer to the

pools in English. “Whilst we have

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Poto opens up shop at Eastgate

Former city councillor David Close cut the ribbon to

open Christchurch East MP Poto Williams’ new office in

the Eastgate Shopping Centre. Ms Williams moved from

her old office in New Brighton, telling Pegasus Post last

month in spite of her new headquarters being in the Port

Hills electorate, she hopes Eastgate will become part of

Christchurch East when the electorate boundaries are

reviewed next year.

Fish and chip shop owner

keeps ‘Kiwi tradition’ going

•From page 1

Mr Joe has owned Gourmet

Seafoods QE II for more than

20 years and said there is more

to making good chips than just

potatoes and a deep frier.

“You’ve got to have a passion,

you’ve got to love the industry,

you’ve got to care about people,

and you’ve got to care about

how you get a good product out

and that’s pretty much all there

is to it.

“You’ve got to say, oh, I love

going to work today.”

He said his family has a long

history as fish and chip shop

owners and his grandparents

were among the first to open one

in New Zealand.

“Where they came from

[China], they liked cooking you

see, so when they moved to New

Zealand that’s what they enjoyed

and they said why not go for

the New Zealand traditional

food type and that was fish and

chips,” Mr Joe said. “They only

had about five items in those

days, just chips, fish, sausages,

hotdogs and potato fritters, that

was pretty much it. Look at it

now, it’s changed so much.”

Mr Joe said he is proud to

carry on his grandparents and

FAMILY BUSINESS: Gourmet Seafoods QE II has been open

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Keeping New Brighton’s history alive

• By Matt Slaughter

PEGGY BUTTERFIELD brings

people together to celebrate the

history of New Brighton.

The 76-year-old has spent

every year of her life living in the

suburb, and says it is the people

who have kept her there.

“It’s the community. I think

New Brighton’s community

is different from other

communities – people care about

one another.”

She has been the New Brighton

Museum secretary for the past

six years, and between 1981

and 1999 you may have seen

her behind the checkout at New

Brighton Countdown.

“I absolutely loved it . . .

everybody knew me you see, so

they’d come into Countdown

and they’d cause great traffic

jams because they’d want to be at

my checkout.”

She said she found the same

sense of community when she

started volunteering at the

museum.

“I love meeting the local

people. They come in and most

of the time I know them and

they’ll want to reminisce.

“For them, it brings back so

many memories . . . sometimes

they find granddad in some of

the old surf club photos. So many

memories.”

Mrs Butterfield went to New

Brighton District High School

(which became Central New

Brighton School) and Linwood

High School. Her mother Doris

Goodlad and grandmother Flora

Speechly also both lived in New

Brighton.

She married her husband of 52

years, former Canterbury rugby

league player Errol Butterfield,

at the New Brighton Methodist

Church in 1967. They had two

children, Lynda Butterfield, who

lives in Parklands, and Jill Genet,

who lives in Australia.

Mr Butterfield, who died in

July, was the brother of Jock

Butterfield. Jock played 99 tests

for the Kiwis in the 1950s and

60s, and in 2007 he was named

at hooker in the New Zealand

rugby league team of the century.

Said Mrs Butterfield: “He

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[Errol] loved New Brighton

too . . . he loved the Brighton

Workingmen’s Club, he was a

life member there and everybody

knew him . . . he was very

community-minded as well.”

Mrs Butterfield was a close

friend of former New Brighton

Museum volunteer Margaret

Kelso who was honoured at the

2017 New Zealander of the Year

awards, when she was named in

the local hero category for her

contribution to the suburb.

Mrs Butterfield said it was

friendships like the one she

had with Mrs Kelso, which

had seen her develop such a

strong connection to the seaside

suburb.

“Brighton is very, very

community-minded. It’s a lovely

place to live, it really is.”

Festival of Adult Learning

comes to Richmond

• By Claire Booker

THE FESTIVAL of Adult

Learning will start at Richmond

next month.

Classes will be held

throughout the first week of

the month at Avebury House

and the Richmond Community

Garden.

Events will include

yoga and pilates

demonstrations,

cooking and art

classes, gardening

classes and cultural

activities.

There will also

be feature talks,

including a session

on foraging for food

in New Zealand with

Natalie Absalom.

Avebury House

Community Trust

house manager Tanya

Didham said it is

exciting to bring such

a diverse range of free events to

the community.

“Together with Richmond

Community Garden, our aim

is always to engage people,

increase social connection and

provide opportunities for people

to learn and be active,” she said.

The week has been organised

by Adult and Community

Education Aotearoa and is a

United Nations educational,

scientific and cultural

organisation initiative.

The event was established in

1988 with the goal of raising the

profile of adult learning.

It is a good way for members

of the community

to meet other

people in their area

and get involved

with adult learning.

The event will

suit people from

all backgrounds,

including those

who are learning

to adjust to life

in New Zealand,

re-training to

find employment,

adjusting to life

after prison,

acquiring parenting

skills, or just getting

out and doing an

activity to make life better and

meet people.

The event incorporates

International Literacy Day on

September 8.

•A full list of events

is available at www.

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festival-adult-learning

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Father and son dominate off-road

ARANUI FATHER and son

pairing Bryan and Owen Chang

have dominated the unlimited

classes and finished first and

second overall at the New

Zealand off-road racing short

course championship, at West

Melton.

Last week’s

event attracted

more than 30

entries, with

five-strong grids

in the unlimited

race car

and unlimited

Owen Chang

trucks/4WDs.

Owen, a former national

champion, was making his short

course championship debut in

the turbocharged Jimco V6 racer

raced in recent years by Daniel

Powell.

It proved successful as he was

named the overall winner and

Bryan winning the eight class.

Bryan said it was a successful

weekend, in spite of the weather.

“We’re constantly working on

the truck’s handling, grip and

flight characteristics and it performed

superbly in the absolute

worst conditions.

“Couple that with Owen’s class

win and the title itself and it’s

been a great family day out in

the rain.”

Mark Brown brought his

lighter four-cylinder car out for

its first run in the class and led

the opening laps of his first heat,

but his challenge faded early.

Across the rest of the heats

the battle was between Owen

and the big V8 Aceco of another

Christchurch racer, Jacob

Brownlees.

The latter used its torque and

power advantage to match the

slightly lighter V6-engined

Jimco of Chang off the start line

and on the longer straights but

Owen had the advantage out of

the tighter corners, turning on a

masterful display for the crowd.

In the 4WD Bits class eight

unlimited trucks, a field of five

was whittled down to two after

the first heat, allowing Owen

and multiple class eight champion

Bryan to focus on keeping his

SPORT

four-cylinder turbo Chevrolet

ute ahead of the V8 ProLite of

North Islander Craig Carlyle.

Chang senior had opted for

aggressive Komodo ‘extreme’

off-road tyres to cut through

the ankle-deep mud of the early

heats.

Bryan’s truck is well set up for

the West Melton track, but in a

later heat Carlyle was able to get

past the Christchurch racer.

The two remained locked in

battle, shedding body panels

CHAMPION:

Aranui’s Owen

Chang was

named the

overall winner

at the New

Zealand offroad

racing

short course

championship,

at West

Melton. His

father Bryan

won the class

eight title at

the same

event. ​

from their trucks in the process,

but in a similar manner to the

class one battle, Chang’s Chev

had a visible advantage in grip

off the start line and out of

corners.

At the end of the heats the

outright title was decided over

short one-lap sprints, one car at

a time.

Owen emerged the winner,

Bryan was second overall. Leigh

Bishop was third in his Yamaha

UTV, also winning the JG Civil

U class for stock UTVs in the

process.

Bryan said the muddy

conditions had caused worries

for a few competitors, but the

Giti Tires Chev never faltered.

Liddicoat

continues

push for

Olympics

• By Jacob Page

COASTAL SPIRIT defender

Sean Liddicoat has been named

in the New Zealand under-23

football team for their tour of

Australia next month.

A total of 21 players will head

to New South Wales as preparations

continue for the OFC men’s

Olympic qualifying tournament,

which takes place in Fiji soon

after the Australia tour.

“These two games against

a strong Australian team will

help us prepare for the Olympic

qualifiers as we look to secure

our place at Tokyo 2020.”

The Australia matches also

provide the rare opportunity for

the players involved to test themselves

against New Zealand’s

traditional sporting foe,

They have met 10 times over

the years with New Zealand’s

only positive results being a famous

1-0 triumph in Adelaide in

1996 and a 1-1 draw in Auckland

in 2004.

The team will first play

Australia on September 6 in

Wollongong and then again four

days later in Campbelltown.

The OFC men’s Olympic

qualifying tournament will be

held in Fiji from September 21 to

October 5.

Volunteers show visitors

our city’s attractions

WALKING GUIDES

WANTED

Showing visitors to many of Christchurch’s

beauty spots, natural attractions, places

of historical interest, and the changing

cityscape as the city rebuilds, is the

task undertaken by the team of 20

knowledgeable and friendly guides at

Walk Christchurch.

All the volunteers thoroughly enjoy

revealing our city’s unique features, many

of which visitors may not discover on their

own, and answering questions on the city

and its people.

Walk Christchurch was established in

1982 as the Christchurch Personal Guiding

Service, and has undergone a number of

changes over the years to meet the needs

of increasing numbers of visitors to the city.

The primary walk is the Classic

Christchurch Walk, a five-kilometre walk

around the central city, which takes

about two and a half to three hours. From

October, a shorter Highlights Christchurch

Walk is also being introduced. This will be

2.5 kilometres, lasting about 90 minutes.

More walks are also planned to meet

different requirements.

The walks are ranked in the top 10 activities

for tourists in Christchurch by Trip Advisor,

and positive reviews are regularly posted

on the Trip Advisor website.

Here is one example:

“Highly recommend booking this walking

tour. My guide was incredibly informed

and passionate about Christchurch, and

it was a pleasure to listen to him speak

about the city he loves. The walk never felt

tiresome, and I got to see all the sights of

Christchurch. Highly recommended!”

The volunteer guides themselves get many

benefits from their guiding activities.

For example, Josie has, over the years

of guiding, developed an interest in our

city – its past, present and future as well

as improving her knowledge of the city

architecture and landscape.

Josie considers herself not just a walking

guide, but an ambassador for the city. She

is often one of the few people that visitors

can meet and talk with over the duration

of the walk.

Craig appreciates being part of an

active, sociable group of walking guides.

He has increased his appreciation of

Christchurch and the guided walks have

taken him to places he had never visited

or known about. Stories about those

places have strengthened his connection

to Christchurch and his knowledge about

what is happening in Christchurch.

Volunteers needed

To meet the growing demand for the

walks, Walk Christchurch is seeking more

volunteers to join the team. Details of

requirements can be seen to the right of

this page.

For more information visit the Walk

Christchurch website below.

WALK CHRISTCHURCH provides

guided walks in central Christchurch.

Last year we guided 1800 walkers.

TripAdvisor ranks our walks in

the top 10 out of more than 110

activities in Christchurch

Visit our website walkchristchurch.nz

for more information about us.

WALK CHRISTCHURCH is recruiting

cheerful, enthusiastic volunteer

walking guides to meet the increased

demand for our walks. We provide an

induction and training programme.

Our guides are expected to -

• Lead up to four walks each month

in the visitor season.

• Be knowledgeable about the city

and committed to giving walkers a

great experience

• Be fit and active

Contact us about becoming a

volunteer walking guide.

• Go to walkchristchurch@gmail.com

- to express your interest or

• Phone Wendy 324 3171 or Milton

357 9330 for a chat.

www.walkchristchurch.nz


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The

Mairehau

From the principal’s desk

Challenge

Achievement

Responsibility

Empathy

I am reminded of the whakatauaki:

“E ki ana koe ki ahau, he aha te mea nui; maku e ki atu

kia koe, he tangata, he tangata, he tangata.

Should you ask me, what is our greatest treasure? I will

respond that it is people, it is people, it is people.”

Encouraging

excellence

in our

community

Way

Outdoor Education is

in full flight

Sailing Lake Rua, our students enjoyed a six day practical

learning session where they developed their sailing skills

and worked towards gaining up to nine credits over three

assessments.

Along with Ara Institute of Canterbury, students had two

practical days learning about techniques and equipment used

when climbing and abseiling as well as hearing about the

many locations around New Zealand where they could do this.

They also completed a two credit practical assessment.

Our mountain biking two day camp at Living Springs was a

true adventure. Students developed their skills in mountain

biking on tracks at Bottle Lake Forest and Victoria Park in the

Port Hills.

I struggled as a Principal to make a decision to attend a Digital

Fluency Course (DFI) this term.

But with my colleagues and new friends, we began the

journey together. I’ve decided to take part in the second

Digital Fluency Intensive course, which began 23 July 2019, in

Christchurch. I thought about all the reasons why I shouldn’t

be there, including workload, personnel, and student issues to

deal with at school.

Then I thought about the reasons why I must be there, and

for me, it is about people. I have asked my staff to change the

world, to use digital tools, to become fluent in the use of these

tools and then to share their learning with our students and

others. I can rise no higher than the standards of excellence

that we collectively set within our schools, although the

school and environment of modern learning practices are now

at the forefront of New Zealand education. I cannot expect

any of my staff to do something that I must do myself. I am

here learning and seeking new knowledge, amongst a group

of people with similar passions, commitments and desires.

We are all educators, with a broad range of experiences

and expertise, we are lifelong learners, and we are people

wanting to make a difference for our students. I had a degree

of reservation attending this particular course; my skills and

capabilities as a digitally fluent citizen are in need of support.

Dorothy Burt shared with us “The ManaiaKalani Story”, an

interesting narrative of a journey and commitment beginning

from 2016 to DFI today. Thank you, Dorothy, for reminding

us about ‘Why’, about sharing a passion and desire of a

community making a difference for their learners, and for

bringing that passion and belief to Christchurch. I take this

opportunity to acknowledge the explorers and navigators of

the ManaiaKalani story and the gift that you bring and share

with other educators of Aotearoa.

Learn, Create and Share is a pedagogy of practice, and it

is underpinned by a successful, experienced team. It is a

methodology or teaching and learning practice supported by

evidenced based data. The pen has been replaced by a digital

device. In our technological world, we have advanced the

types of tool that we are using in the classroom, and therefore,

teachers need to be upskilled in the use of these tools.

Our first lesson focused on Google groups. I had no idea that

such a google package existed. I wanted to know more. I

could see the potential of using the google group platform as

a leadership tool.

At least a couple of times during the day I got that ‘aha

moment,’ i.e. when you realise you have been doing

something for years and someone shows you a zap shortcut.

Wow! I should have known that and it makes one feel like an

idiot.

I have a goal to learn about the tools that my staff and

students are using. I expect to share their frustrations, anxieties

and successes. I trust that at the end of our DFI course, I will be

able to master some of the digital tools that our learners are

using.

Every day, I will leave with new

learning; I have: created a google

doc, learnt a few short cuts, inserted

images into a table, and I am

blogging for the first time.

Most importantly, I am pleased to

be here, learning new things, and

sharing this learning with my staff

and students of Mairehau High

School.

Harry Romana, Principal

Harry Romana,

Principal

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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This is who we are.. students and

staff focusing on our C.A.R.E values

Kapahaka Competition -

Papanui and Mairehau combined group -

Nga Whatumoana

Ngā Whatumoana was a composite group of Papanui and Mairehau

High school students. The group competed in the Waitaha

Secondary Schools Kapahaka Whakataetae at the Aurora Centre,

Burnside High School, on Saturday 3rd August. The competition

was to decide the region’s most outstanding Secondary School

Kapahaka group and earn a place in the National Secondary

School’s Kapahaka Competition in 2020.

The day started early for Ngā Whatumoana. Students assembled

at Papanui High School at 7.30am, and then travelled together

to Burnside to perform. Our group was one of 12 rōpū (groups)

who performed and their amazing kaiako kapa haka - Miss Satriani

Reihana - said that they were focussed and determined to do their

very best on the day. All the intense months of training paid off

as they performed their set with mana and kaha. Whether you

were watching in the audience or on the live stream, everyone was

extremely proud of our group. The day finished at 7.30pm with the

winners announced live on the Tahu FM live stream of the event.

For a first time entered group Ngā Whatumoana did incredibly well.

They were 7th overall and our leader Phoenix Neilson, gained very

high marks - no marks under 89!

Huge mihi to our staff Satriana Reihana and Charntay Poko for all the

hours of training and support for our performers: Phoenix Neilson,

Matthias Mataitai, Matalasi Tulia and Zion Wirihana. Thanks also to

Sarah Maindonald, Lauren Taylor and Vanessa Gopperth for their

huge efforts as well.

It was terrific to work with ngā kaiako o Papanui - Paul Peawini,

Chloe Honekawa and Kirsten Aumua and their talented students,

led by Mariah Mohi.

Phoenix Neilson, kaitataki tane mo te ropu (Male leader for the

group) drew inspiration from Te Puea’s famous whakatauki, “Mahia

nga mahi, hei painga mo te iwi”. Do the work, for the benefit of the

iwi.

First time performer Matalasi Tuila remarked, “It felt like all the mana

and hard work that the tutors instilled in us during the preparation

allowed us to represent our kura with the utmost distinction.”

Grizzled veteran, Zion Wirihana, states “it was an awesome

experience and gives me hope that one day in the near future,

Mairehau can reach the pinnacle of success in culture and

performance, and stand with confidence and pride at the national

level.”

Matthais Mataiti, summed it all up in one word, “Mean”.

Ka rongo, ka wareware. Ka kite, ka mahara. Ka hangaia, ka marama

ahau. I listen, I forget. I see, I remember. I do, and I understand.

Bring on 2021 for the next competition!

Okazaki Nishi

School Visit 2019

We enjoyed having our annual visit from 20 students from

Okazaki Nishi School, from Japan, who visited us between

July 31 and August 9. They had ESOL classes here at school

and attended classes with their kiwi buddies. They enjoyed

performing in our talent quest and their farewell party

which was held on August 9. Thank you to the students

who acted as buddies, to the homestay families and to our

staff for ensuring that this visit was a success.

A HUGE CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR STUDENTS WHO COMPETED IN

YOU ARE SIMPLY AMAZING!!!!

Zoning

The Board of Mairehau High School recently adopted an enrolment

scheme that has been approved by the Secretary for Education.

Under this scheme, students will be enrolled if they live within our

home zone.

Mairehau High School has been collaborating with other Greater

Christchurch State Secondary School Principals and Boards of

Trustees to establish a cohesive schooling network across the city.

There has been a collective desire to create a sustainable school

network that will have a significant positive impact on the learning

communities of Christchurch. Mairehau High School remains

committed to ensuring that our approach to zoning change will

meet the needs of schools in our community, while also supporting

the effectiveness of improving a more sustainable school education

network.

We are confident that the new Mairehau High School zone will

provide long term sustainable and equitable learning opportunities

for the young citizens of our community.

Our new zone will take effect from 1 January 2020. Any change

to school zones could be a concern for communities. It is our

belief that a new zone should not be thought of as being a forced

relationship, but families will develop a feeling of belonging to

Mairehau High School. When families visit our school, we want

them to understand that Mairehau High School will be a match for

their child’s learning needs.

Parents are aware that we have a growing roll. They like the fact

that teachers in the school build strong relationships with students.

We know our students by name. There is a strong sense of family, a

strong sense of caring, and a strong sense of respect in the school.

Building relationships and knowing the child are fundamental

values to Mairehau High School.

Our parents understand about developing relationships over time.

They want their child to be part of embracing the Mairehau High

School experience. They are pleased that we will be able to provide

this opportunity to many in the new school zone.

The teachers in our school are committed, passionate, and

dedicated. We are a school with a caring community feel. Our

home zone will ensure and support student achievement and

learning outcomes for all. Our teachers will get to know students

well and work with parents to ensure positive and enriching

learning experiences for every child. The school prides itself on

our innovative and caring staff, and we value individuality and

difference. All are making a positive difference for every student.

Our teachers are simply a fantastic group of people.

The Ministry of Education has supported the school by providing a

significant injection of capital into the school’s property budget. We

have approximately $14.5 million dollars to support phase one of

our masterplan, which supports the long term provision of quality

education in our community.

Our Board is currently working on an exciting building master plan

for the community in our home zone.

Performing Arts

Showquest 2019:

After many hours of training, sore bodies, heartache and even some

tears, we capped off a very successful evening …coming away in

2nd place which means Mairehau High School has qualified for the

Nationals.

We are so proud of our students.

Flash Mob – SOUL:

12 of our students, in collaboration with Avonside Girls’ High

School, took part in a flash mob at Christchurch Airport. It was one

of many flash mobs taking place nationwide as part of the ‘SOUL

Friendmobs’.

Sources of Unconditional Love (SOUL) helps support girls to build

confidence and encourage change.

It was an awesome expression of collaboration for friendship day.

Mairehau High School, Hills Road, Christchurch P. 385 3145 F. 385 3143 admin@mairehau.school.nz www.mairehau.school.nz


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5pm each Wednesday

A book discussion group

meeting will be held at

Parklands Library on Monday

from 7.30pm until 9pm. Go

along and join others who love

reading and want to share in

discussion. This is a free event. ​

Senior Net New Brighton

Tuesday, Wednesday and

Thursday, 10am-noon (by appointment)

This group offers assistance

to mature people with modern

technology, including computers,

tablets, smartphones, email, Facebook,

Skype, Word, cellphones

and the internet. Phone 382 6048

for more information.

202 Marine Pde (next to the

New Brighton Club)

JP Clinic at Shirley Library

Tuesday, 10am-1pm

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.

Shirley Library

SAYGo Steady As You Go

Falls Prevention Exercise Class

Tuesday, 10am

This is a specially-designed

class to help you avoid a fall.

There is a $2 koha entry but

no booking fee. Those interested

are invited to turn up on the

day and see what it can do for

them.

Parklands Community Centre

Ascot Sit and Be Fit

Wednesday, 1-2pm, and Thursday,

9.30-10.30am

Complete a class of exercises

without even leaving your

chair. The cost of the class is

$4 and you’ll get a cup of tea or

coffee.

Ascot Community Centre

Rocket Club

Wednesday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along and take part in different

activities based on

local and current events in a

learning environment.

Homework help is available

during this time. Free and no

bookings required.

Aranui Library

Scrabble Club

Tuesday and Wednesday, 1.30-

3.30pm and 1-2.45pm

Go along to the Scrabble

Club. No obligation, just go

along when you can and join the

friendly group. All materials are

supplied. No fee.

Parklands and Shirley

libraries

CV help

Thursday, 10-11.30am

A librarian will be on hand

to assist customers who need

help with their CV or resume.

New Brighton Library

Technology Help Drop-in

Sessions

Thursday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a drop-in

session for help with email,

searching the internet,

using the library catalogue,

eBooks, and general computer

queries.

Shirley Library

Cards Club

Friday, 1.30-3.30pm

This weekly club will be held

every Friday, just go along and

join the fun. Free.

Shirley Library

Makerspace

Friday, 3.30-4.30pm

Go along to a weekly

Makerspace session and get

hands-on with activities for all

ages. Something new every

week.

Aranui Library

Culture Exchange

Friday, 3.45-4.45pm

Go along and make new

friends, practice English and

learn about New Zealand and

Christchurch.

Shirley Library

New Brighton Seaside

Market

Saturday, 10am-2pm

Go and enjoy a warm and

fun atmosphere beside

the seaside. With live entertainment,

food and free facepainting.

New Brighton Pedestrian

Mall

Golden Oldies Movie

Screening – Georgy Girl

Monday, 1.30pm

Lynn Redgrave and James

Mason star in this 1966

drama/ romance. A homely but

vivacious young woman dodges

the amorous attentions of her

father’s middle-aged employer

while striving to capture some

of the glamorous life of her

swinging London roommate.

$2, go early for a cuppa and a

chat.

New Brighton Museum, 8

Hardy St

Marshland Table Tennis Club

Monday, 7.30-9.30pm

Go along every Monday night

until October 14. Casual players

are welcome – $5 for adults per

night, $3 for juniors under-18.

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Tasty Bites

Healthy chicken dish an instant hit

Scotch eggs are done with

a flavoursome chicken

mince wrapped around

a boiled egg and then

cooked in the air fryer.

It’s tasty, portable and a

wonderful breakfast dish

Chicken scotch eggs

Gluten, dairy and sugarfree/no

added fat

Ingredients

1 tsp baking soda

7 eggs

490g raw chicken breast, roughly

chopped

1 green apple, peeled, cored and

diced, optional

2 tsp chopped ginger

2 tsp chopped garlic

Small handful coriander leaves

Small handful parsley leaves

1 Tbsp and seven tsp sticky sauce

(see next recipe)

Himalayan salt and freshly

Ground black pepper

Equipment

Air fryer

Directions

Bring a medium-sized pot of

water to the boil along with the

baking soda and, using a large

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Remove the pot immediately

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Place the chicken breast, apple

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Season with a little salt and

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Using a set of scales, evenly

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Very carefully continue to peel

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Take a pile of the mince and

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Sticky sauce

Ingredients

1 medium-sized green apple,

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240ml low sodium tamari

120ml apple cider vinegar

120ml water

3 slices ginger

1 lime, zested and juiced

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