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‘She was a pretty independent, feisty woman’

• From page 1

However, no one was too old

to dance, and Mather recalls

her mother visiting old peoples’

homes to teach them some

moves.

“She’d go and see the older

people, even though she was

probably older than them,”

she said.

“She just loved people, she was

a true extrovert.”

Even as her health started to

fail last year, she would still attend

line dancing classes, giving

instructions and advice.

This was typical of the tenacity

and positivity her mother embodied,

her daughter said.

“She would always find the

good thing, the joy, the positive

aspects.”

She also enjoyed the fact that

line dancing brought joy to those

who might be lonely, and as it did

not require a partner, it was suitable

for single people, widows,

and widowers.

Mary’s life was not always easy.

Born in England in 1933, she

lived through the Blitz.

“I remember her saying the war

years in London were terrible,

bombs night after night.”

She left England aged 17 to stay

in Kenya with relatives, and although

the country was unstable,

she stayed upbeat, enjoying the

LEADER: Mary Stanley-Shepherd calls the count during a line dancing session at Spencer

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Shortly after moving to New

Zealand, her first husband left

her and moved back to Kenya.

“She brought me up on

her own. She was a pretty

independent, feisty woman. This

is before feminism was really

defined.”

“She had to argue a few times.”

Mather remembers choosing a

bike for 10th birthday in the early

1970s.

Her mother was not allowed

to buy it because she needed

her husbands’ name for the hire

purchase agreement.

“We had to leave that shop

and leave the bike because they

wouldn’t sign it off. The next day,

mum was on the phone to the big

boss.”

In the end, the bike made it

home.

“She had perseverance . . . those

were the women who really trailblazed

for us, I think.”

Aged in her 60s, Mary married

“the love of her life”, the late Art

Stanley-Shepherd.

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Always a keen dancer, she

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Even when unwell, Mary

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her beautiful nails even drew

comments from the nurses at

Nazareth House, where she

passed away.

Because it was lockdown at

the time, the family was unable

to hold a funeral, but memorial

festivities were in the works.

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Talented golfer with a lot of time on his side

• By Chris Barclay

COOPER MOORE isn’t the first

sportsman to be put off his game

by the garish neon lights of the

Las Vegas strip or Fremont St,

downtown.

On his first visit he stayed in

the MGM Grand, where Mike

Tyson made a relatively meagre

living in Brad Garrett’s Comedy

Club.

He’d bare his soul throughout

“Undisputed Truth”, a cautionary

tale for boxing fans as the

heavyweight champion of the

world detailed how he squandered

millions of dollars worth

of purses.

A prodigiously talented golfer,

Moore made his most recent trip

to Nevada’s desert oasis in 2018,

and three years on, until recently,

he has been whiling away his afternoons

teeing off against painting

ground sheets suspended in a

Christchurch garage.

Fortunately this is not a story

of unfulfilled potential, of opportunity

squandered – it’s quite

the opposite as Moore has been

walking the fairways of Clearwater

and Waitikiri since the

downgrade to alert level 3.

While global sport’s household

names have been impacted by

the Covid-19 pandemic – Tokyo’s

Olympians had anything but an

authentic Games experience –

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STOKED: Talented junior golfer Cooper Moore could return to Waitikiri, one of three clubs

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his favourite course. Here he plays for a Canterbury junior team against China in 2019.

aspiring athletes have also had

to live with measures required to

contain the virus.

Moore, who turned 13 in June,

still has time on his side though,

elite golfers, like tennis players,

tend to start very, very young in

this day and age.

After all, he swung his first

club right-handed as a four-yearold,

and by the time Moore was

eight he had made the cut for an

International Junior Golf Association

tournament.

He was 10th on the leaderboard,

and the Marshland

School pupil learned his lesson,

ditto dad.

“Being in Las Vegas we made it

a family holiday as well, it wasn’t

just about golf,” said Jayden

Moore.

“We were playing golf and going

to the strip and seeing what

was happening there. By the

time we got to the third round,

Cooper was pretty tired, the 40

deg C heat took it out of you.”

When the Moores returned

in 2018, they adopted a business

before pleasure approach for

the World Stars of Junior Golf

tournament.

“We had a detailed plan. We

stayed 25 minutes from the strip,

close to the course. After eight

days of golf, we had the holiday,”

Jayden Moore said.

Work before play paid off as

Cooper, a member at Clearwater,

Russley and Waitikiri, won the

boys’ nine-10 years grade at the

extra hole at Paiute Golf Resort.

“That was a really good experience

for us to see where he was

at. It was also an eye-opener to

understand what golf was like

on a world stage,” Jayden Moore

said.

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LEGEND: Cooper Moore, here celebrating an approach shot as a nine-year-old, has gradually tamed Russley since he

joined the club’s junior programme four years earlier. He met New Zealand golfing legend Sir Bob Charles at Russley in

March has aspirations to play in the Christchurch leg of the Charles Tour at Pegasus next month.

• From page 3

Unfortunately Cooper’s focus

has narrowed to domestic tournaments

since Covid-19 emerged,

sabotaging plans for another trip

Stateside last July.

He was meant to play the

Mission Hills Country Club in

Rancho Mirage, California, home

course of the ANA Inspiration,

one of five majors on the LPGA

tour – and stage for the Future

Champions Golf Callaway World

Championships.

“It’s kind of disappointing he’s

not been able to head overseas.

You come a little bit accustomed

to it and when it doesn’t happen

you’re staying at home for the

winter. He was starting to build a

little bit of a profile for himself,”

Moore said.

“It is frustrating for him but

he’s pretty mature in that sense,

he understands the reason why.”

Cooper, whose handicap was

11.4 when he won in Las Vegas,

has had to settle for trimming

that figure to 1.5 while setting

club records.

He won the Waitikiri senior

men’s club championship early Championships in Dunedin

this year as a 12-year-old, the and was fourth in the individual

youngest winner since the title’s under-16 competition.

inception in 1939.

In an ideal world he would have

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Canterbury’s under-19 team for

the South Island Interprovincial October: the New Zealand Amateur

Championships in Dunedin

and qualification for the Charles

Tour DVS Pegasus Open.

“He’s keen to challenge himself

against New Zealand’s professional

and amateur players. It’s a

good learning curve and a good

opportunity to see what you have

to do to get your game to that

level.”

Though expectations are high,

Cooper’s ego doesn’t match them,

with talent not compromised by

temperament.

Dad and his coach, Russleybased

Rodney Yee, ensure Cooper

stays on the straight and narrow.

“I was pretty fortunate to be

involved with a pretty successful

sports team,” said Jayden Moore,

a former manager of the world

champion Black Sox softball

team.

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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 learner 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

others

• Is defined by Whanau, school

and students to meet the

unique needs of each learner

• We are responsible for

individual and collective

success

Manukura Kōrero

Ngā mahi a Te Rēhia

Tē tōia, tē haumatia

Working and planning together

We certainly live in trying times and have as

a community met many challenges over the

past two years as we have faced the constant

onslaught of COVID-19. As we grapple with

repeated lockdowns, the need for vaccinations

and the endless changes to our day-to-day

routines, the one positive constant has been

our beautiful kura.

Haeata stands as a bastion of support for

our ākonga and whānau, with a kaimahi/staff

committed to making a positive difference for

us all. Often I am overwhelmed at the level of

giving that underpins the ethos of this school,

seen in the dedication of our Hauora team

who support us in times of need, our kaimahi

whose default setting is “above and beyond,”

and our community partners who never say

no.

On Saturday, 28 August 2021 a large team

of kaimahi arrived at kura to prepare and

distribute Learning Packs for our ākonga.

They then drove all around the city dropping

the packs off to whānau who are supporting

learning at home. It is this cohesive and

integrated approach to supporting our ākonga

that sets us apart as a learning institution.

As we move from Lockdown Level 4 to

Lockdown Level 3 it is pleasing to see how

well our ākonga have coped with the new

requirements while still studying from home.

A skeleton staff are currently onsite to awhi/

support the ākonga of our essential workers

and hopefully if all goes well they will be joined

by the rest of the kura next week.

So, what will our future look like a year from

now? By working together for and with others,

we will only be stronger and safer. Thank you

to everyone who made the sacrifice, locked

down and stayed home. Together we saved

lives and ensured the way forward for us all will

be positive, safe and assured.

Kia kaha, kia toa, kia manawanui.

Arohanui

Whaea Peggy

On the 14th of August 2021,

11 secondary schools took to the

stage to compete for the title of

Waitaha Secondary School Regional

Kapa Haka Competitions 2021 first

place winners.

Our Haeata Community Campus

rangatahi showed true collaboration

by combining forces with Linwood

College, Christchurch Boys High,

Christchurch Girls High, St Thomas

and Cashmere. Their name,

Kimihia te Matauranga.

One of the complexities of being

a combined kura kapa, was the

inability to practice during school

time. Every performer gave up

100’s of hours, over weekends and

school holidays to deliver a polished,

skillful performance with their 25

minutes on stage. This couldn’t have

happened without the support of

their incredibly talented tutors and

kura kaiako who gave up their time

to tutor and support our rangatahi

through their journey.

Nei rā te mihi ki a koutou!

Waitaha put up fierce competition

on the day, with Te Kura Kaupapa

o te Whānau Tahi coming in first

place, Te Kura Kaupapa Māori o Te

Kura Whakapūmau i te Reo Tūturu

ki Waitaha coming in second, and

Kimihia te Matauranga coming in

third place!

Poho kererū i a koutou!

Nā Mish Lasseter

Mā te whiritahi, ka whakatutuki ai ngā pūmanawa ā tāngata

Kōmanawa years eight, nine and ten went on

a camp at Living Springs in week ten of term

two.

Our aim was to develop whakawhanaungatanga

and have a great time together in the outdoors.

The good times began with a battle playing

archery war, we were grouped in teams that

were named after ngā whetū o Matariki. Kaiako

and ākonga were up for the battle. Competition

was fierce.

We swam daily, played tag, basketball, and

spotlight at night. Beside the campfire there

were pakiwaitara/stories shared and delicious

toasted marshmallows.

It was a test of courage, resilience and

endurance in climbing the enormous trees at

Living Springs.

Together weaving the

realisation of potential.

We embarked on a hikoi into the ngahere/

native bush accompanied by a Rongoa

Kaupare - protection karakia and kōrero

about our rongoā along the way where

we tasted kawakawa. The hikoi ended at a

majestic eight hundred year old Kahikatea.

As part of the manaakitanga our groups were

on roster to serve the kai, set the tables,

clean up after each meal. All groups cared for

each other and worked together in harmony.

On the last morning some of us arose at

five thirty to observe Matariki rising which

was an enchanting experience as Living

Springs sits upon Te-Poho-o-Tamatea-The

Port hills looking towards the entrance of

Te Whakaraupō-The Lyttleton harbour. The

camp was an amazing experience for us all.

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“You come across a lot of

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we’ve always been mindful

of that.

“You can control your attitude,

your effort and your

actions. That’s something we

always push with Coops.

“You never know who you’re

playing golf with. You put

your name down on Saturday

and play with somebody (in a

tournament). If you’re a good

person, that person you’re

playing with might be your

employer in five years time.

“He’s also been lucky

enough to have been surrounded

by very good golfers

who have also got good goals

in terms of where they want to

be in life, in the future.”

Cooper was in Canterbury’s

development programme as

Amelia Garvey – who turned

pro in April after a successful

collegiate career – was finessing

her game locally.

“He was lucky enough to

be around her and a lot of

young guys that are now in

college in America. He knows

within himself he’s still got a

lot of work to do and not many

people make it,” Jayden Moore

said.

Cooper, who lives a sweetly

struck nine-iron from Waitikiri,

has a putting green in the

backyard and hasn’t replaced

all divots on the lawn.

He also plans to make his

mark one day at the 2032

Olympics in Brisbane and the

PGA tour – a division one college

scholarship in America is

the pathway to that goal after

secondary school at St Bede’s.

Cooper spends 10 hours a

week practicing and plays

Saturday and Sunday.

“I never get bored. There’s

lots of different opportunities

and you make lots of good

friendships,” he said, naturally

nominating length off the tee

as his biggest work on.

And although golf is a

serious business, mercifully

Cooper still acts his age.

He might have won the

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