Pegasus Post: March 04, 2021

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THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 2021

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Manaia meet her

cricket heroes

Adrenalin-packed

trip for Marshland

School pupils

Sunday 21

March 2021

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Anna’s focus is providing

sanctuary for grandchildren

• By Bea Gooding

ANNA CLARE’S plans to reclaim

independence following a lifetime

of raising her own children was

turned on its head the moment

she realised she had to do it all

over again.

Her two grandchildren living

in an unstable home environment

involving drugs, alcohol and violence

left Clare with no choice but

to provide a permanent sanctuary

for them.

More than a decade later she

channels her own unique experiences

in her role as support group

co-ordinator in Christchurch for

the Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

Trust NZ.

Clare was in her 50s when she

took over guardianship of her

teenage granddaughter.

“I think the hardest part is

when you get a grandchild, it’s at

a time of your life when you’re becoming

free. You’ve got a bit more

disposable income, you’ve got

friends who don’t have children,

so you go out and do things with

them, like dinners or movies,” she

said.

“But suddenly we’re back in

the situation where you’ve got

babysitters, you can’t do things

spontaneously.

• Turn to page 4

BATTLE: Support

group

co-ordinator

Anna Clare draws

knowledge from

her own life

experiences for

her role at the

Grandparents

Raising

Grandchildren

Trust NZ.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN

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such as smartphones, tablets, laptops,

cameras and more. Bookings required.

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SAYGo Falls Prevention

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Friday, 10am-11am

New Brighton Library

Steady As You Go (SAYGo) is an

exercise class designed to help older

people reduce their likelihood of having

a fall. Free, no bookings required

but places are limited. Phone Age

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JP Clinic

Friday, noon-2pm, at Parklands,

Tuesday, 10am-1pm, at Shirley and

Linwood

Linwood, Parklands and Shirley

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A justice of the peace will be available

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Linwood Village Market

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Produce, books, crafts, antiques,

South Brighton Voices Choir, Wednesday, 7.30-9.30pm, New Brighton

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each Wednesday. New members, especially tenors and basses, are welcome.

Reading music is helpful, but not essential. Phone 388 3727 for more

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Lions Club Fundraiser

Saturday, March 27, 9am-1pm

104 New Brighton Mall

The Lions Club of New Brighton

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this month, with 100 per cent of proceeds

going towards Lions projects in

the eastern suburbs. In the meantime,

you can place a phone order with Neil

at 0211697293 or Sharon at 027 223

1227. $10 per bale of pea straw, $10 per

bag of compost. Free delivery.

Rotary Market

Sunday, 8.30am-12.30pm

Woolston Club, 43 Hargood St

A variety of stalls will be available,

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support that fit your needs. Phone 366

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Wednesday, 1-4pm

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Manaia meets cricket heroes at coin toss

CRICKET FAN Manaia Kereopa

said she was “sort of nervous, but

really excited” to meet the players

at the White Ferns v England one

day match at Hagley Oval.

Manaia, 10, took part in

the pre-match coin toss on

February 24 with captains Heather

Knight and Sophie Devine as

part of the ANZ coin toss competition.

Manaia, who attends Te Pā o

Rākaihautū school in Linwood,

won the opportunity to be an

ANZ coin toss kid and experience

standing side by side with the

captains as they decided what

team would bat and bowl.

Manaia said even though it was

nerve-wracking waiting to get on

the field with the captains she “felt

really good after.”

“I was excited once I got out

there in front of the big crowd”,

she said.

“My favourite part was getting

to meet all the players and get

their signatures on my T-shirt.”

Manaia was really happy that she

got to talk to her favourite player

Amy Satterthwaite and watch the

teams warm up for the game. She

likes watching cricket with her

family, and said: “I want to learn

how to play now.”

Said head of sponsorship at

ANZ Sue McGregor: “Manaia

was one of 23 young cricketers

and fans chosen to take part in

the pre-match custom this cricket

season.

“After such a tough year for the

country in 2020, it has been even

more apparent the important role

that sport and our sporting heroes

play to inspire our future generations.

“We are so pleased to be able to

continue creating these once in

a lifetime opportunities for our

future Blackcaps and White

Ferns. Getting to meet their

heroes is something we hope

will stay with them for years to

come.”

The coin toss experience is part

of ANZ’s long-standing support of

Kiwi cricketers.

Since 2009 ANZ has given

over $1 million to cricket players,

teams and clubs. In addition,

ANZ has donated $1 million

in grants to grass roots cricket

and netball clubs to help them

get back up and running after

Covid-19.

•Applications to win the

chance to take part in the

ANZ coin toss experience

are still open. Apply for

the experience or for an

ANZ cricket grant at www.

anzcricketworld.co.nz/

EXPERIENCE: Manaia Kereopa with England captain Heather Knight and Black Ferns

captain Sophie Devine at the coin toss between the two sides at Hagley Oval on

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Support group is a safe place to vent

• From page 1

“You spend a lot of your

time trying to organise therapy,

supporting a return to school,

going to court meetings or

researching what help is

available.

“Leaving them [at home] is

difficult, for a start, especially

when you’re trying to build

trust.”

About 95 per cent of grandparents

accessing support from

the trust took grandchildren into

their care as a result of trauma,

often encountering issues they

never dealt with before.

Although they had different

stories to tell, common factors

included mental illness and substance

abuse.

“In our case, it was a

developing situation over the

years primarily with drugs,

alcohol and violence in the

home,” Clare said.

The transition of raising her

granddaughter full-time was

made easier by the fact Clare had

regular contact with her prior to

moving in.

Like many families, she was

against the alternative of foster

care at the hands of Oranga

Tamariki.

But it was when she took in

her grandson, years after her

granddaughter, where things

were “a lot harder the second

time around,” especially when he

started becoming violent.

“It changes grandparents’ lives

significantly. You’ve got children

who are traumatised when they

come into your care. It takes a lot

of time, energy and money,” she

said.

“I was in a different headspace

when I took on my grandson, I

was 10 years older, I’d had less

contact with him and he’d had

some real problems. He’s come a

long way since then.”

The GRG trust provides support

services to grandparents

across the country who raise

their grandchildren on a fulltime

basis.

This is carried out in the form

of counselling sessions, support

groups, education, training,

financial and legal support and

referrals to relevant agencies and

organisations.

Membership is diverse both

ethnically and socio-economically,

ranging in age from early 40s

to 90s. Sometimes, this includes

great-grandparents raising greatgrandchildren.

Many grandparents initially

struggled financially when taking

on a grandchild as the transition

process took some time.

Many did not know they were

entitled to financial support

such as the Unsupported Child

Benefit.

Advocating for families

and being able to help change

their lives was rewarding, Clare

said, knowing what it felt like

herself.

Over the years, the trust has

‘I think there’s a lot

more pressure on families

than there used to be,

there’s a lot more access

to drugs, more poverty.’

– Anna Clare

seen demand increase.

“I think there’s a lot of pressure

on young families. I think there’s

a lot more pressure on families

than there used to be, there’s a

lot more access to drugs, more

poverty,” said Clare.

“And with that comes a lack of

hope.”

Across the country, the

trust supports more than 5900

grandparents and families,

with about 230 families in

Christchurch alone. They either

come voluntarily or are referred

by another organisation.

The initial stage of talking to

grandparents was always difficult

for Clare, particularly when they

shared feelings of “parental guilt.”

“Not only do you have the

struggle of having to look after

your own grandchild who’s

traumatised, but the fact that it’s

your son or daughter letting the

family down.”

The biggest value in a local

support group is that it is a safe

place to vent with people who

understood.

“It could be difficulties dealing

with WINZ, Oranga Tamariki,

the court system, or the child

itself.

“Contact with the parents can

also actually be a huge fear for

the grandparents because they

don’t know what the child’s going

back into when they visit.”

Clare has been involved

with the trust ever since her

DEDICATED:

Grandparents

Raising

Grandchildren

Trust NZ east

side co-ordinator

Sandra Murphy,

Anna Clare and

north side coordinator

Donna

Drummond.

PHOTO: GEOFF

SLOAN

granddaughter came to live with

her permanently.

A few support group meetings

over the years eventually led

to a decision to establish a

Christchurch group after seeing

how much the trust had an

impact on her own life.

Before she found her calling

in Christchurch, she lived in

Auckland on and off along with

a five-year stint in the United

States.

Family is constantly at the

forefront of her mind, whether

it is at the trust or in her own

time with her two children and

grandchildren.

Aside from her work at the

trust, she was a part-time support

worker for a young person with

autism.

“It’s all about family really,

there’s not much time for

anything else.”

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Thursday March 4 2021 5

Our Values:

ALOFA

MAANAKITANGA

HANGA WHARE

SERVICE

SUCCESS

Compassion,

commitment and love

ignite action

• For the learner

• For teaching and learning

• For self and others

Every learner having a

sense of belonging

• Learners are at the heart of

what we do

• Mana, well-being and identity

are valued

• Every learned is welcome,

engaged and heard

Building the foundation

for ALL learners to leave

our school MORE curious

than when they arrived

• Enterprise, innovation &

curiosity provide the framework

for the daily life of our school

• We redesign constantly to meet

our changing environment

• Connected locally & globally

All learners mindful

of their unique role in

making a difference

• All learners are leaders and role

models

• All learners act with

responsibility and respect

• All learners are mindful of their

influence on the environment

• We learn from our community and

our community learns from us

Every learner crossing

the stage with dignity,

purpose and options

• High expectations of self and

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• Is defined by Whanau, school

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• We are responsible for

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Manukura Kōrero

Mō tātou, ā, mō kā uri,

ā muri ake nei - For us and

our children after us

This week was a sombre week. Our

ākonga stepped up to commemorate

those who suffered and those who died

10 years ago today. We will forever

remember them!

They are with us, we are forever with

them. So many lives lost, so many

lives altered, so many lives challenged.

Haeata is the new dawn, born from

devastation and adversity we are tasked

with shaping a new future. We can only

do that together, not apart.

This week has not all been sad though as we celebrated ākonga success

at our Hui Whakanui Manukura/Assembly. Ākonga receiving their certificates

for displaying the Haeata disposition of Rangatiratanga.

Ko Haeata tātou! Bursting with pride just seeing these sweet kumara

being celebrated!!

Finally, I was so proud to see the

Mangopare seniors going on a walk up

the Bridle Path. Awesome team work

was shown, and our school values

and dispositions were expemplified by

our Future leaders and champions. So

proud!

Whaea Peggy

Manukura

2021 Student Board Representative

Hello I am Leonie and I am South African.

I love being at Haeata because we have proper relationships with

our kaiako, which means they know what makes us tick. I am excited

about being the Board of Trustees Student Representative because

I have an opportunity to make a change at Haeata, and be a part of

creating a school environment that is both challenging and exciting.

One of my goals is to make sure that the students have a voice and a

space they can come to school to not be judged or silenced for their

opinions. I am so excited to see what 2021 will bring!

Hospitality Pathway

He kai kei aku ringa

There is food at the

end of my hands

Nicki Knier (Pictured) has

been busy in 2021 creating a

Hospitality Pathway for our

ākonga at Haeata Community

Campus. This pathway will train

our ākonga to be work ready

by the time they graduate from the course, and furnish

them with lifelong skills in the hospitality industry.

The course will highlight teamwork and working

independently, and provide them with real-world

experience catering for small and large numbers.

Haeata Community Campus has already experienced

the fruits of Nicki’s labour with her lovely ākonga, as

we have enjoyed the food they have created in our

commercial kitchen. Nicki Knier has an ambition to

enable our ākonga to have success in national

competitions with their new found culinary skills.

Here at Haeata we are so pleased to be partnering with

Aly Maclean Apparel to provide our beautiful ākonga

with school uniform. It has been so great to see all of

them in uniform this year, and we could not have done

it without the service and professionalism of Aly and

her team!

If you are still needing to order a uniform then you can do this on her website, and feel

free to ask them any questions about ordering uniform clothing for your ākonga.

Ko Haeata Tātau!

Taking enrolments, please email enrol@haeata.school.nz

for any enquiries or phone us on 03 930 0110

Haeata Community Campus

240 Breezes Road, Wainoni

Reception Hours: Mon - Fri 8am - 3pm

Contact

03 930 0110

enrol@haeata.school.nz

www.haeata.school.nz


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PUPILS FROM Marshland

School got a adrenalin-pumped

start to the new school year last

week when they went on a four

day camp to the YMCA Wainui

Park Camp near Akaroa.

Kayaking, abseiling, high

ropes, low ropes, archery and

raft building were just some

of the activities, with pupils

choosing their own level of

difficulty.

Teacher Carolyn Davies said

the pupils often found they were

stronger or braver than they

thought. She said the camp was

a fantastic way for pupils to

learn and grow outside of the

learning hubs. The activities

helped them to push boundaries,

gain confidence and work

together as a team to achieve a

common goal.

Davies said the activities and

skills learnt will be foundations

for the year ahead.

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BRAVE: Harvery

Goldie midair during

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GREETINGS: Adam Beaman and Coll Thomson say hello to

the locals.

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TAKE AIM: Sree Nair with

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The Brad Richards Building Sea2Sky

Challenge 2021 will boast a stellar line up

this year with the majority of New Zealands

olympic triathlon hopefuls heading to

Sumner on 14th March.

The annual Challenge offers an end of

summer test for the serious athlete as well

as those that just want to give it a try. The

sixth edition of the challenge has partnered

with local company Brad Richards Building

as this year’s principal race sponsor.

Director and Redcliffs resident Brad

Richards completed the 17km run last year

“we are so lucky to have such an incredible

run right on our door step. The section from

Godley Head back to the clocktower is

stunning but tough on the legs with all the

ups and downs”.

The 2021 event will see Olympic triathlon

hopefuls jostle for bragging rights, as well

as over $5000 prize purse. Hayden Wilde,

a rising star of world triathlon and potential

olympic medalist has confirmed his entry,

along with former world Under 23 years

champion Tayler Reid, top international Sam

Ward and local professional Saxon Morgan.

The women’s field will include former

FUN: Macy

Limmer

enjoying the

kayaking

activity.

Triathlon stars set to light

up the Sea2Sky Challenge

Under 23 years World Champion Rebecca

Spence up against Nicole Van der Kaay,

Commonwealth Games relay medallist, as

well as highly regarded Ainsley Thorpe and

Sophie Corbidge.

The event was the brainchild of Sumner

resident and triathlon legend Dr John

Hellemans whose grand children are now

amongst the participants in the kids event,

“in the early days of triathlon it was all a

bit of an adventure, this event brings some

of that adventure back to a sport that has

become quite structured - it’s also great to

see all the kids involved”.

As well as the elite racing there are events

for all ages and abilities with a duathlon

option, 17km run, Junior racing and kids

Aquathon. One of the oldest competitors

and a regular on the Christchurch triathlon

scene, John Gordon, 81 years young will

also be out there competing.

For more information on how you can

enter and the events on offer

www.sea2skychallenge.com

Visit www.sea2skychallenge.com

for more information and to enter


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Discover

New Brighton

Are you living in a tsunami zone?

Residents of Christchurch and Banks Peninsula

who live or work near waterways or the coast are

being encouraged this month to find out if they are in

a tsunami evacuation zone.

“In the past 18 months, the Civil Defence has

updated the tsunami evacuation zones to reflect new

tsunami modelling that Environment Canterbury,

in collaboration with the Christchurch, Selwyn and

Waimakariri councils, commissioned GNS to do for

Christchurch and Banks Peninsula.

“That modelling indicates significant damage could

be caused by flooding from a distant or regional

source tsunami. In some scenarios the modelling

shows that we could get flooding further inland than

previously thought.

“We are working with affected communities to help

guide them with their tsunami evacuation planning,

but I would really encourage everyone to go onto the

Council website and check whether their property or

their workplace is in a tsunami evacuation zone,’’ says

Rob Orchard, Christchurch City Council Head of

Civil Defence and Emergency Management.

The website has an interactive property search

function that allows you to see which evacuation

zone, if any, your property is in. It also has advice

about what steps you should take to prepare for an

evacuation.

In Christchurch and Banks Peninsula there are

three main evacuation zones – red, orange and

yellow.

The red tsunami evacuation zone is the area that

is most likely to be affected by a tsunami. It includes

estuaries, rivers, beaches, and harbours, where a

tsunami of any size could cause strong currents and

surges in the water.

The orange tsunami

evacuation zone covers

areas on land that could be

flooded in the event of a

large tsunami.

The yellow zone is an

area that is least likely to

be affected by tsunami but

could be flooded or isolated

in a very large tsunami.

“If you are in a tsunami

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