Carncot students

develop confidence and


Primary and intermediate

excellence on

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Specialist teachers

Children learn in the same way as in high school, with specialist teachers in mathematics, art, PE, languages and music.


Sports • 06/12/2018

Past Pupil Success

Aria and Paris Carroll  represented Christchurch Girls High School at the New Zealand Secondary School Track and Field & Road Championships held in Dunedin over the last weekend.

Paris -1st place Year 9 Girls 3km Road race  (10:49.13)
Aria – 4th place Girls 100 Metre Sprint Senior (12.81)
– Silver Girls 4 x 400 Metre Relay Senior Girls relay (4:05.89)

Well done Aria and Paris.

Academic • 28/11/2018

Summer Reading Challenge

This week we have launched our annual Summer Reading Programme.
Students who are returning to Carncot in 2019 are able to issue more books than usual over the Summer holidays, and are challenged to read at least 5 different books from 5 different genres.
All students have been given a challenge form to fill out during the holidays, rating the books they have read and noting their different types/genres.
We encourage the children to make new reading discoveries and books can be issued from our school library, the town library, or may be Christmas gifts or found at other locations whilst on holiday.
When they return to school in the new year, they enter their forms in boxes for their age groups, and will be in with a chance to win book prizes.
Happy reading 🙂

Academic • 24/11/2018

Spelling Bee

Our Year 8 teams acquitted themselves very well this week, competing against High School teams at the Feilding competition!

Final placing:
Team A 5th (Aaric, Dipansy, Jiya, Hannah)Team B 6th (Gracie, Alana G, Ruby, Chloe)A fantastic effort against year 9 students. There was only 7 points difference between Team A and the first place.

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