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Photo by Christine Gillard

 Casebrook School Production ready for opening performance. Sports Teams Compete at Koru Games

Sharon Keen —

 Please ensure you do not miss the amazing school production, 'Forward In Time'.   Cast includes all Casebrook Students.

All Casebrook classes have been rehearsing ready for the opening matinee performances on Monday and Tuesday.  These will be followed by evening performances from Tuesday to Thursday. Tickets can be purchased from the school office but they are selling fast - so please be in.  There has been an amazing amount of time and energy put in by students and staff to ensure the show is a memorable experience for the cast and audience. Do not miss out!

Next week on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings your child may start school at 10.30am. This is in recognition of the students performing on the nights before.  However, if you wish for your child to attend during normal school hours this is fine.  We are open.

This week we had sports teams compete in the Koru Games.  These are organised by the Selwyn District and well supported by Christchurch Schools.  Casebrook teams included Boys and Girls Football,  Boys and Girls Basketball, Netball and Touch.  Results and team photos are included in this newsletter.  All coaches and team managers were impressed with the positive attitude and self management of our students.  Thank you to all involved for your support.

Enrolments for 2016 are looking very positive.  If you know of a family that is considering Casebrook Intermediate, please ask them to contact us or send in their enrolment form.  Early enrolments assist us in our forward planning.  Your help in promoting the school is greatly appreciated.

This is the last newsletter for Term 3.  We are not sure where the time has gone but wish you all an enjoyable break and look forward to Term 4, another busy term with many highlights.  

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.


Sharon Keen