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Six months’ worth of planning and many long Sundays spent rehearsing definitely paid off on Friday evening, when CGHS and CBHS were named this year’s winners of Stage Challenge. This is a spectacular achievement in itself, but in addition, our group were awarded thirteen out of fourteen of ...
All Year 13 students need to attend an assembly tomorrow, Wednesday 20 May, at 9.10am (P1).
The trip to Raeward Fresh to look at producers' decisions regarding expansion, goals and business structure came with a little bonus. A special thank you to Tony Perkins, the manager of Raeward Fresh Cafe, for his both passionate and very informative presentation and of course for the special guest appearance of one of Canterbury's rugby heroes.
CGHS entered the annual College Day tournament on Wednesday. It was the first game of rugby for the bulk of the team so there were a few nerves alongside the excitement.
The first game was a great 34-0 win and this trend continued with only 7 points being scored against us on the way to making the final.
CGHS played Motueka in the final and after a nervous first half the team started a comeback but unfortunately ran out of time, eventually being defeated 29-17.
It was a great day and an excellent initiation to rugby for our girls.
- U15 Girls team were 2nd in the team event, with top individual results of Akeira Worthington gaining 1st, and Amelia Persson gaining 3rd place. Other team members were Esme Maillard and Emma Coultas
- U14 Girls team were 3rd in the team event, with Brynlea Pain gaining 7th place. This team was made up of Brynlea, Hester Donders, Jayda Stewart, Alice Dalzell, Paige Hazeldine
- In the Senior Girls race, Siana Worthington gained 2nd place