Views of Linda Hunt leaving for school with her mother, Mrs D. H. Hunt, in the dooway of their home at 92 Brynley Street in Hornby.
Pupil at Phillipstown School, Wayne Wood, wearing a Santa Claus costume created by his mum for the school fancy-dress party.
A group of school friends from St Albans School picking up litter along Trafalgar Street in St Albans. Frames two and three show all of the boys, from left, Bruce Harland, their team leader Luke...
A group of school friends from St Albans School picking up litter along Trafalgar Street in St Albans. Frames one and two are of all the boys, from left, Robert Birch, Bruce Harland, Rex Harland...
A group of school friends from St Albans School picking up litter along Trafalgar Street in St Albans. Frame one is of Rex Harland, frame two is of Robert Birch. Frame three is of the whole group who...
Views of pupils at Windsor Primary School. Pictured in frame 1 are Andrew Logan and Ian Walkinshaw.
Views of pupils at Windsor Primary School.
Students from Dunsandel School with Deputy Chief Postmaster, G.F. Bell and the Post Office Savings Bank Shield.
Pupils of Sockburn Primary School on the train at Christchurch Railway Station ahead of leaving for a school trip to Arthurs Pass.
Avonhead Primary School pupils, Nicholas Swallow and Natasha Wallis, with identification labels given by the Bryndwr Round Table chairman, Adrien Borrie. The labels can be hidden inside a school bag...
Chief Postmaster, M.E. Wilson, presenting Shirley Primary School students, Sharryn Stoddart (left) and Craig Dewar with the School Savings Shield.
Wainoni School Samoan Group rehearsing for the Christchurch Primary Schools Cultural Festival.
Matthew Stoddart dressed as a clown for Opawa Primary School circus day.
Jennifer Moody with the Post Office Savings Bank School Shield won by Dorie School.
Miles Rashleigh and Somerfield School pupils with the Post Office Savings Shield.
Phillipstown Primary School pupils playing on the adventure playground on the school grounds.
Christ the King School students on a school trip to Kendal Service Station at 175 Kendal Avenue. Pictured with the children is Mr Hugh Greer.
Duvauchelle School pupils in their tree fort which was built for them by the army.
Duvauchelle School students playing in the playground built for them by the army.
Bishopdale School pupils jogging down Greers Road to raise money for their school library.
Banks Avenue Primary School pupils spelling out the word "hope" with coins on their school playground for Operation Hope, a fundraiser for Ethiopians. Pictured, from left, Perry Lorier, Steven Magrath...