Photo Gallery

Congratulations to our LRS Basketball Teams!

Thank you to the parents and coaches of the teams for your support and getting them to all the games. This has been another successful season of fun and skill development for our pupils.

The Lions (Yr 7/8) with coaches, Jacob and Nishad.

The Cubs and The Lions both won their finals!

The Lionesses – with coach, Giles were placed 5th in their grade.

The Cubs (Yr 5/6) with coach, Danny.

Tug of War!

SCAPE PUBLIC ART                                                 

The RE:ACTIVATE project has focused on aspiring artists from year 1-8 and year 9-13. Two designs from each will be produced by SCAPE to feature in the six week exhibition from October through November.

This year pupils of Little River School submitted their designs for sculptural art along the theme of Tūrangawaewae. This theme closely aligned with our annual concept of Identity and one that our pupils worked with their teachers and Josie Whelan to develop into unique designs for public artworks.

It is with great pride that we can officially celebrate Alex as one of the artists to have their design constructed and featured in the central city of Christchurch.

Alex has kept this exciting news secret for a month. If you know her well, you would have seen a grin and bounce in her step since she learned her design had one!

Alex’s design is made up of coloured transparent windows, each piece representing people of different shapes, sizes, colours, religions, and beliefs.

The sculpture is intended to show how everyone comes together as one, to strengthen and support each other.

Alex thinks that our Tūrangawaewae is being together.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/christchurch-life/art-and-stage/visual-art/114755680/young-christchurch-artist-wins-competition-with-message-of-strength-and-unity

https://www.scapepublicart.org.nz/junior-and-senior-aspiring-artists

Some artwork from our Totara students

Totara students made yummy gingerbread people today

The Pumpkin Festival 2019

Every year the annual Pumpkin Festival fundraises money for our school. Below we have some pictures of decorated pumpkins, small pumpkins, large pumpkins, scarecrows, decorated gumboots and weetbix eating competitions.
Thank you to all of our sponsors and hard working staff, parents and community members.

We also have a lot of pumpkin soup and pie while you look around all the attractions and enter some competitions.

Scarecrow making at LRS preparing for the Pumpkin Festival.

 

Colour Day

Climate Change Action

Banks Peninsula Duathlon

Lincoln Zone swim sports

Student Leaders 2019

Enviroschools Market day