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Te Kura Mareko Casebrook Intermediate School

Te Kura Mareko - Casebrook Intermediate School - 6 April 2023

Dates for your diary! 

Monday 24 April

Tuesday 25 April

Wednesday 26 April

Contents

Tēnā Koutou Katoa - Term One Draws to a Close

by Sharon Keen

Thank you all for your support this term. Our students have had a fantastic start to the year and even with the weather disruption we have been able to complete all of our camps and activity days.

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Rugby - By Liam P

WANTED - BOOTS!

by Tom Straker

We are on the hunt for some second-hand sports gear to replenish our Hagley Sports gear.

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Introducing our Kapa Haka and Pasifika Leaders for 2023

by Nick Leith

Our cultural leaders are a hugely important part of our student leadership team. We asked our leaders some questions about what they are into and love about our school.

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Staff Only Day - Monday 24th of April

by Shona Mckenzie

On Monday 24th of April, Casebrook Intermediate will be closed to students for a Staff Only Day. School will begin for Term 3 on Wednesday 26th April, the day after ANZAC day. We hope families will enjoy the extended break.

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GRIP Leadership Conference

by Mark Russell

A chance for our house leaders to develop their leadership skills.

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Lost Property

by Catherina Hengst

There is a blue jacket and set of keys found in the school hall which may have been left by someone using the hall in the evening. Please check the photos to see if you recognise anything.

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A new opportunity - EOTC Extension

by Bev Bell

Every Wednesday afternoon, from the start of Term 2, 25 students will participate in Education Outside of the Classroom (EOTC).

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Deputy Principal leaving to become a Principal

by Bev Bell

The best deputy principal in the world, Mr Leith, is leaving Casebrook to take up the role of Principal at Redcliffs School.

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Mila Soutzidellis-Urquhart’s World Cheerleading Competition

by Bev Bell

Mila Soutzidellis-Urquhart is going to Florida, USA to perform in a cheerleading competition. She is going with her dad on April 15th.

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Eco Action Nursery Trust Fund Day

by Bev Bell

On Wednesday this week we had a non uniform day for the Eco Action Nursery Trust Fund.

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Casebrook Kids Zooming Around the Track

by Bev Bell

On Tuesday, Casebrook students competed in this term’s Casebrook Super Challenge Go Kart Derby.

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Canterbury Swimming Sports

by Bev Bell

On Tuesday the 28th of March, some students competed in Canterbury's swimming sports in Ashburton at the EA Network Centre. Students were selected by their performance during our school swimming sports.

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Casebrook Students Receive Gold Badges at Casebrook Challenge Assembly.

by Bev Bell

On Tuesday, Casebrook had their Celebration Assemblies in the school hall to celebrate the completion of our Casebrook Challenges.

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Easter raffle update

by Bev Bell

A big thank you to everyone who participated in the Easter raffle over the last two weeks.

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Science In A Van!

by Bev Bell

Science In a Van was held on Friday 24th of March and was hosted by Allan and Emily who did exciting and fun experiments to teach us about science. The event was held in the hall at Casebrook Intermediate.

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Year 8 team

Lit Quiz 2023

by Bev Bell

On the 27th of March eight Casebrook students and two adults went to the Christchurch Turanga library for the annual Kids Literature Quiz.

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School Photos Have Gone Home This Week

by Nick Leith

Your child should have received a school photo order form this week. The last day for payments is April 26th.

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Papanui Tiger Rugby League

by Tom Straker

Papanui Tigers Rugby League are looking for new players!

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Attendance Update - Term 1

by Tom Straker

Across the school, we have had high attendance for Term 1. Thanks again to all the whānau/caregivers for their part in this.

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Week 9-10 REP Focus

by Alana Pulman

Our REP focus for the end of the term has been using the school driveway and pedestrian crossing.

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