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Monday, 23 Sep 2019
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Garden News

Today we had a visit from Michael Reynolds of the Christchurch Food Resilience Network, bringing us a gift of 4 fruit trees, 3 apples and a pear. These will be a very welcome addition to our school garden. Some of the students from N4 enjoyed the process of digging the holes, staking, backfilling and tying the trees to stabilise them against the strong Canterbury winds.  Thanks to Michael and the students.

Korfball Canterbury U13 SISS Tournament

On the 14th and 15th of September, Mr Angus and 10 South students were a part of the South Island Secondary School Korfball Tournament held here in Christchurch. Our students were representatives for two Canterbury Under 13 teams that participated in the tournament, matching up against some much taller and older players (in some cases, year 12 and 13 students).  Our students represented themselves extremely well, gaining praise from opposition coaches and players for their skills and abilities. This was capped off with Sophie Yarham, Ethan Weston and Laura Smith being named in a team of the tournament. Absent in the photo is Angus Sevier who had to leave early. Will Hull has also been training with the squad, however, he was unavailable for the tournament.

Pioneer Basketball Season '19

Pioneer Basketball Season 2019 concluded on Friday September 9th. Basketball has really taken off as a premiere sport for CSIS students and this year was well attended with several teams playing across the grades. Each team was managed supremely well by our parent volunteers with coaching sessions also being provided by Nick Erwood from the Pioneer Basketball association. From the outset of the season, Nick said that CSIS had a large pool of talented basketballers.Throughout the Winter Season our CSIS students have committed to playing in a pool competition of games each week and some teams went as far as making the finals week to contend for higher honours. The CSIS Suns finished as runner-up in the A grade boys competition, which is remarkable given that the team is comprised of Year 7 players. 2020 could be their year!The CSIS Eagles came from behind and overcame a 12 point deficit to earn 3rd place in semi final play off. 

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