Students at Burnside High display their school's uniforms.
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.
Bishopdale School pupils jogging down Greers Road to raise money for their school library.
Chisnallwood Intermediate pupils, John Cannard (left), Maria Franklin (seated) and Natasha McQuoid dressed as rubbish to promote a World Vision 40 Hour Famine they are involved in with their teacher...
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...
Woolston Primary School students handing the president of the North Canterbury Red Cross centre a cheque for aid relief for Tonga.
Rebecca Porton, a fourth former at Burnside High School, looking for her bike amongst hundreds in the school bike stands.
Exterior of Papanui High School taken from across Langdons Road towards the main school entrance.
Students from Casebrook Intermediate School dressed as book characters. From left, standing, are Keri Palmer (Worzel Gummidge) and Craig Buchanan (Robinson Crusoe). Front from left, Natasha O'Dea...
Inspector Tom Lynch (left), police community liaison officer, in the playground at Christchurch South Intermediate School teaching a self defence class to a group of students.
A group of first and second form pupils from Russley School going down the hydroslide together at Sockburn Park swimming pool. Pupils from top, Lincoln Chung, Nicholas Clarke, Stephen Rose, Melissa...
Nathan Boyd welcoming the new deputy head teacher Mr Rex Gibson, with a hongi to Aranui High School as part of a ceremonial welcome.
Firefighter, S. McNair, helps Nichola Phillips use a firehose at a demonstation at Isleworth Primary School in Bishopdale for Fire Prevention Week.
Portraits of Susan Roberts, a student at Papanui High School as well as being the youngest and newest member of the Canterbury women's cricket team.
Views of Mr R. B. Strange, head of the mathematics department at Burnside High School and newly appointed principal of Lincoln High School.
Michael Gourley of Heaton Intermediate School with a framed certificate for the Richard Curtis Memorial Award which he won for showing courage in the face of adversity.
Views of pupils at Windsor Primary School. Pictured in frame 1 are Andrew Logan and Ian Walkinshaw.
Michael Gourley of Heaton Intermediate School being presented with the Richard Curtis Memorial Award by Rev R. A. Lowe, which he won for showing courage in the face of adversity.
Views of pupils at Windsor Primary School.
Students from Bromley Primary School posing with "Humphrey" the model skeleton and Red Cross Society tutor Nurse Mrs Anne Slaughter. The children are participating in a Red Cross community education...
Woolston Primary School pupils crossing a makeshift bridge.
The burnt remains of buildings at Darfield High School.