How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

How do you get to School?

Walking, by bus, bike, scooter, horse or car?

Norma, Glenys and Helen off to Linwood High School, February, 1954

February, 1954

The three thirteen-year-old girls remained friends until old age. They are leaving from Norma's home in Hopkins Street, Woolston. They always biked everywhere throughout the city.

Creator: NorNor3

Area: South East / Woolston

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Schoolgirls on their way to Phillipstown School.

May 1925

Girls merrily on their way to Phillipstown School on the day Christchurch schools reopened after five months due to the removal of restrictions on the assembly of children after the end of the infantile paralysis epidemic.

Area: South East / Phillipstown

Source: The weekly press, 7 May 1925, p. 28

Reference ID: CCL-KPCD04-015

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School Bus at Coopers Creek, Oxford

1926

1926 Model T Bus at Coopers Creek near Rangiora. The lady, my late mother and her two brothers.   No windows, doors or window tarpaulins, so a curtain needs to be rolled down if it rains, also one for the door.

Area: Other / Wider Canterbury

Source: Entry in the 2015 Photo Hunt by Dave Howell.

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A record for school attendance.

22 January 1925

A record for school attendance. The family of Mr J. H. Williams, of Ellesmere, Canterbury, setting out on their three-mile journey to school. No half day has been missed by the two elder girls for over eight years; the boy has not missed a half day for over seven years, and the youngest child has completed two full years without missing a half day.

Creator: M. Doubleday

Area: Other / Wider Canterbury

Source: The weekly press, 22 January 1925, p. 24

Reference ID: CCL-Selwyn-P3261393

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Pupil at Burnside High School with bicycles

30 July 1986

Rebecca Porton, a fourth former at Burnside High School, looking for her bike amongst hundreds in the school bike stands.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: North West / Burnside

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-00110A

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Mairehau High School new bus

3 October 1974

A group of students stood in front and sat on top of a new school bus for Mairehau High School. The bus was converted from a truck by staff and students.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: North / Mairehau

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

Reference ID: CCL-StarP-01067A

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Hagley High School pupils with school bus

10 December 1974

Pupils of Hagley High School standing outside by the bus used to transport them on field trips.

Creator: Christchurch Star

Area: Central City / Central Christchurch - Southwest

Source: Christchurch Star Archive

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The bike rack at Oaklands Primary School

25 May 2015

View through the fence of bicycles and scooters parked in the bike rack at Oaklands Primary School at 37 Cunningham Place, Halswell.

Creator: Ellenor Waters

Area: South West / Halswell

Source: The Halswell project was a collaboration in 2015 between Christchurch City Libraries and the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts to create a documentary photographic record of the people and the physical and social environment of the wider Halsw

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Hawke Street looking east, New Brighton

Thursday, 17 March 2016

A man with a child and a dog walking down Hawke Street heading east towards the beach. Traffic cones are along the street with cars travelling in both directions. Signs for Paper Plus and Countdown supermarket are in the background.

Creator: Tegan Hollis-Ristow

Area: East / New Brighton

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Scooters at South New Brighton School

Thursday, 28 July 2016

Multi-coloured scooters stored outside a classroom at South New Brighton School.

Creator: Rachel Pugh

Area: East / New Brighton

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Children who attend the school on Coutts Island use all sorts of conveyances to reach their destination

1936

Area: North / Belfast

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