The keen gardeners in our school community turned up in force on a hot Sunday to work in our produce garden. They weeded, pruned, painted, planted, sp...
On the morning of Thursday 4 February we welcomed new students and staff members to Christchurch South Karamata Intermediate School through Mihi Whaka...
SuperSmash received a RockShop award of $400 credit for our school as the prize for winning the Canterbury regional final of Bandquest. The prize has ...
South's Got Talent
‘South’s Got Talent’ was a show stopper!The Performing Arts Leadership team was determined to finish the school year with a bang and that’s exactly what happened. ‘South’s Got Talent’ was an action packed afternoon with 14 different performances ranging from solo to group, classical music to rock, contemporary dance to highland dancing, unicycles, a staff band performance and so much more! Our judges were Tash and Holly from 24/7 youth workers who made the nail biting decisions at the end of the day to see who would be the ‘South’s Got Talent’ winner for 2020? Such a tough decision but in the end - here are the results:First Place: Lexi GanevSecond place: Unicycle groupThird place: SuperSmashCongratulations to everyone for a wonderful event! Special thanks to the Performing Arts Leadership Team for organising the event, Jett for designing the trophy, Mr McBrearty & the tech team.
Soiree sizzles!On Wednesday, 2 December a selection of instrumental students performed their music pieces for family and friends with the help of their music tutors. Along with the student performances were other guest groups: our school jazz ensemble conducted by Ms Angela Mote-Andrews and our school orchestra conducted by Mr Grant Bartley both from Cashmere High School Music Dept. For some students, it was the first time performing in front of an audience on stage after learning a new instrument for 2020. We are proud of all our students for playing the flute, clarinet, trumpet, violin, cello and singing. A special thanks to all our tutors: Ian Bolton, Elvira Domissee, Summer Jolly, Anne Clark, Benjamin McKellar, Heidi Cooper, Matthew Stevenson & Tyler Sutherland.
Summer Weekly Sport
Summer Weekly Sport has certainly been a success for CSKI this year. It was great to have a full sports season that was uninterrupted by poor weather or COVID-19 implications. Well done to all students involved for displaying our school values every single Tuesday down at Hagley Park. For a full list of results, please refer to the Primary Sports Canterbury website