Dog at South New Brighton School

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Dog at South New Brighton School
Students from South New Brighton School sat on the floor in a classroom with a dog, who is under the table. The school employs trained support dogs as Canine Educators to teach students about responsibility, empathy, and to de-stress.
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The Edge of the East project was a collaboration between Christchurch City Libraries and the University of Canterbury, School of Fine Arts to create a documentary photographic record of the seaside communities from Waimairi Beach to Southshore. Janneth Gil, Tegan Hollis-Ristow, and Rachel Pugh from the School of Fine Arts created a body of photographic images of people and the physical and social environment, a unique collection that reflects the diversity of the wider Brighton area in 2016.

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