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Casebrook Intermediate  News - 18 June 2015

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Casebrook Performers Travel to Queenstown

by Sharon Keen

Great excitement as the Casebrook dancers, singers and orchestra prepare to travel to Queenstown. The group of 50 students leave on Monday and will perform at a range of venues during the Winter Festival. This is a fantastic opportunity that will become a life long memory.

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Entertainment Books - Last chance to purchase!

by Christine Gillard

It is not too late to purchase your Entertainment Book.   

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Mt Hutt Ski Trip

by Christine Gillard

Each year as part of the Outdoor Education programme, Casebook Intermediate provides the opportunity for students to experience skiing or snowboarding. Your child has the option of participating in this event on Thursday 13th August. Numbers are limited to the first 150 students who pay a non-refundable deposit of $20.00.  Prompt payment is necessary to ensure a place on the bus.

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Casebrook's First Super-REP

by Nick Leith

Congratulations to Caleb Cottom from Room 9 who has become our first ever recipient of a Casebrook Super-REP badge. 

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Term 2 Casebrook Challenge Celebration Assembly 

by Nick Leith

Inviting all parents, whānau and community members to our Casebrook Challenge Celebration assembly on Friday 3rd July at 1.30pm in the hall.

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Rhys from Room 3 created a lovely birdhouse! 

Casebrook Challenge Corner

by Kelsey Knipshild

Students have been working towards their badge goals over the past few weeks. Challenges range from making baked goods, learning new languages, to completing a maths badge. Students are working hard in Term 2, and showing REP values throughout each challenge. Scroll through some the pictures to see the variety and breadth of Casebrook students.

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Home stay families urgently required.

by Christine Gillard

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Student Council - July Mud Run

by Nick Leith

On Wednesday 1st July the Student Council is holding Casebrook's first annual Mud-run event. 

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Poster designed by Katherine Rutter, Room 9

Student Council Lip Sync Competition

by Nick Leith

To be held on the last Friday lunchtime of the term. In the Casebrook Hall - starting at 12.50pm.

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Designed by Emma Lilly, Room 1

Casebrook Mufti Day

by Nick Leith

July 2nd. $2.00.  Independence Day theme - Stars & Stripes, Red, White and Blue or U.S.A

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Casebrook REP Update

by Nick Leith

Congratulations to our students who achieved their badges for earning 20 REP cards in one of our three expectations of RESPECT, EXCELLENCE and PERSEVERANCE.

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LRC news

by Catherina Hengst

Some changes to the Librarian lineup this term 

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Jack Morgan, Ashton Corkery, Maya Halford, Hannah Romero and Althea Torres 

Casebrook Artists Create Community Advertisements

by Nick Leith

If you caught the latest copy of The Christchurch Mail you will have seen the full page spread on Casebrook - The School of Opportunity. We were fortunate to have this paid for by some outstanding local businesses, willing to let our students create their promotional material.

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Girl's Hagley Football: 

by Emily Roberts-Mordue

Our first win this season...

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Cross Country News

by Charlotte Gardner

Inter - Intermediate Schools Cross Country

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Take a read of some of the outstanding entries from our talented writers. 

by Shona Kelleher

Blue Globe: Stories from the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna O Waiwhetu.  Students chose an artwork from the Gallery's collection online and wrote a short piece of writing inspired by it.

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Jackson with Stan Walker

Congratulations Jackson!

by Nick Leith

Jackson Bond was our Casebrook winner of FIFA U20 World Cup competition tickets. His prize was to spend last Thursday afternoon at the World Cup with Stan Walker!

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Velvet Burger Winner!

by Kelsey Knipshild

Thank you to the 85 families that responded to our PB4L survey. 

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SCHOOLS GARDENING HUI

by Christine Gillard

To celebrate Food Revolution Day on 15 May we worked alongside with Edible Canterbury, Project Lyttelton, the Avon Otakaro Network, the College of Education and others to create a Schools Gardening Hui. The event was attended by 70 people, including students and teachers from ten different schools.

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Riccarton Gardens

by Christine Gillard

On Friday the 12th June our Edible Gardens group went on an exciting exchange visit to spend an afternoon working with the Riccarton High School Garden Club.

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PTA Chocolate Fundraiser Update

by Nick Leith

Now that sale time is over we need to have all money and chocolates returned to the office.

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