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Lyttelton Main School

10 December 1986

New entrants of room 6, Lyttelton Main School, with Mrs Phyllis, principal, Arthur Jennings and Haley McCann standing on the wall.

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Area: South East / Lyttelton

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Roydvale School Commonwealth Games opening ceremony

25 July 1986

Pupils at Roydvale School holding their own Commonwealth Games opening ceremony.

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Area: North West / Burnside

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Healthy lunches at Wharenui School

7 March 1986

Pupils at Wharenui Primary School with healthy lunches. Pictured are, from left, Danjay Sinton, Charlene Kihi, and Brooke Steel.

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Area: West / Riccarton

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Minister of Education visits Richmond Primary School

31 October 1985

The Minister of Education, Mr Marshall, with, from left, Grant Payne, Terrianne Masson and Lisa Parkyns as they play with play dough at Richmond Primary School.

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Area: North East / Richmond

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Post Office Savings Bank School Shield

3 April 1970

Somerfield School pupils and Mr M. R. Bell, acting headmaster, with the Post Office Savings Bank Shield.

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Area: South / Somerfield

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Anzac biscuits at St Albans School

18 April 1992

St Albans school students Abigail Bills-Strange and Bridie Sweetman, with their teacher Elizabeth Craythorne, with Anzac biscuits being sold at the school. The money raised will go to the Returned Services Association and to local schools.

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Area: North / St Albans

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Avonhead Primary School identification labels

4 April 1984

Avonhead Primary School pupils, Nicholas Swallow and Natasha Wallis, with identification labels given by the Bryndwr Round Table chairman, Adrien Borrie. The labels can be hidden inside a school bag so that their name is not visible to strangers.

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Area: West / Avonhead

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Assembly at Oaklands Primary School

25 May 2015

Students at Oaklands Primary School watching a video on healthy eating at the school assembly in the school hall at 37 Cunningham Place, Halswell.

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Area: South West / Halswell

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Queenspark Primary School pupils

24 May 1977

Queenspark Primary School pupils playing in a classroom on the first day of the new school opening in Parklands. Pictured are, from left, Kyla Hibson, Shilo Hathaway, Bruce Dobson and Stephen Vincent.

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Area: North East / Parklands

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Aorangi School

15 June 1990

Julia Pendly, of Aorangi School in Bryndwr, being helped with her reading by a parent at the school, Robyn Sandrey.

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Area: North West / Bryndwr

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Oaklands School newspapers

5 August 1983

Oaklands School pupils with the newspapers they created during a visit to "The Star" offices to lean how a newspaper is produced. Pictured are Paul Phillips holding "The Kiwi", Rachelle Laffey holding "The Grim One" and Karen Shepherd holding "The Weekly Ink".

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Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - North

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Te Reo Māori lessons at Rowley School

1 August 1983

Joan Anderson, teacher at Rowley School with pupils Genevieve Tauroa, Tarsha O'Malley, Rowena Brown and Karaitana Ferris learning Te Reo Māori.

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Area: South West / Hoon Hay

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Harewood School open plan classroom

17 May 1975

View of teacher, V. McLeod supervising students in the open plan classroom at Harewood School.

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Area: North West / Harewood

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Lego at Clarkville School

14 August 1989

Anna Rossiter and Hayley Nicholls building with Lego at Clarkville School.

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Area: Other / Wider Canterbury

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Halswell Primary School Winter Carnival and opening day

1 June 2015

Children playing with toys for sale at the Halswell Primary school Winter Carnival and opening day in a classroom at 437 Halswell Road.

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Area: South West / Halswell

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St Albans Primary School Olympic Games

20 September 1988

A group of children participating in the Olympic Games at St Albans Primary School.

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Area: North / St Albans

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Papanui Primary School renovations

6 May 1989

Nathan MacLennan and Charlotte Major, both 10, shifting classroom content at Papanui Primary School during school renovation work.

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Area: North West / Papanui

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Isleworth students at work

30 July 2018

Our photography tutor, Jess McHriffen, took this lovely shot of Leah and Sofia through the roses at Isleworth School.

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Area: North West / Bishopdale

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Russley School mural

24 April 1989

Pupils of Russley School with the new mural outside their school library. Pictured are, from left, Ingrid Thorburn, Jessica Thomas, Catherine Davison, Julie Cumberpatch, Richard Fern, David Bradley, Nathaniel Goza and Fleur Bradley.

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Area: West / Avonhead

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Bishopdale Primary School students

4 May 2017

The children of Bishopdale Primary enjoying their lunch hour and playing on the school playground at 467 Greers Road, Bishopdale.

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Area: North West / Bishopdale

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Elmwood Normal School, Merivale

2015

Elmwood Normal School, Merivale

Area: North West / Merivale

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