2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL

 
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
A MODERN SCHOOL
 WITH A RICH PAST
A MODERN SCHOOL
 WITH A RICH PAST
      2020
           2020

  CHRISTCHURCH
  CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’
               BOYS’ HIGH
                     HIGH SCHOOL
                          SCHOOL

  CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
Our Motto: Altiora Peto
                 Values:                                         Mission:
    Meaningful relationships, integrity,            Educating fine young men towards
       high expectations, respect                       outstanding achievement

Vision: Developing men who can lead New Zealand and the world to be a better place.

                Our Strategic Priorities He waka eke noa

   Successful       Boys and staff develop capabilities to lead morally purposeful lives
    Learners        and are resilient, adaptable, critical thinkers and communicators with a
                    strong sense of place and identity.

 Staff as Role      Staff model moral purpose, they are committed to working alongside
    Models          each other and their students.

  Aspirational      Our curriculum is responsive and purposeful and is focused
  Curriculum        on developing staff and boys into future leaders who use their
                    knowledge and capabilities to benefit society.

    Quality
                    CBHS Leadership prepares for the school’s future through having a
  Leadership
                    clear vision and acting to implement it.

   Inclusive        We value our community and cherish its special identity, diversity and
  Community         sense of belonging.
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
Mā te hūmārie, te manaaki, te akiaki, te māramatanga,
                                      te tū pokowhiwhi ki te pokowhiwhi.
                                      Ka tū hei tāne whai pūkenga, ka tū hei tangata
                                      whai pūkenga i roto i tēnei ao hurihuri.

                                      Through humility, caring, encouragement,
                                      understanding and togetherness (standing shoulder
                                      to shoulder) we become skilled men, we become
                                      skilled people in an ever-changing world.

                                      Welcome to Christchurch Boys’ High School. This is a great
                                      community. We have a clear moral purpose of educating fine
                                      young men towards outstanding achievement and ensuring
                                      that these men will lead New Zealand and the world to be
                                      a better place. Our curriculum is holistic, and we strongly
                                      believe in the importance of our teachers building side by side

WELCOME TO
                                      relationships with our students and guiding them to academic
                                      and social success.

                                      Our boys are very clear in their knowledge that our ultimate aim

CHRISTCHURCH                          is for them to be good (caring, empathetic and inclusive) men.

                                      In an increasingly technological world, our core purpose of

BOYS’ HIGH
                                      modelling and encouraging caring and compassionate men,
                                      who have the strength to follow their values, has become even
                                      more important. Boys in boys’ schools do achieve more highly

SCHOOL
                                      in NCEA, boys’ schools do have a greater work focus and even
                                      more importantly boys’ schools provide an environment within
                                      which to discuss, celebrate and craft a modern masculinity.

                                      As a school we are very excited about the rebuild, and the
A MESSAGE FROM THE                    plans for our classrooms reflect our desire to emphasise
                                      the importance of the relationship between the teacher and
HEADMASTER                            students, and the principle that students should feel valued
                                      and inspired by their learning spaces.
Altiora Peto - I Seek Higher Things   We have close ties with our active and supportive community
                                      of parents, Old Boys and friends who contribute enormously
                                      to our success. The staff of Christchurch Boys’ High School
                                      do have high expectations of the performance and character
                                      of all boys and understand their role in building meaningful
                                      relationships and acting as significant role models.

                                      This school is a warm and energetic place with a strong sense
                                      of purpose and identity.

                                      Whaia te iti kahurangi. Ki te tuohu koe me maunga teitei

                                      Seek the treasure you value most dearly, if you bow your head,
                                      let it be to a lofty mountain.

                                      Altiora Peto

                                      Nic Hill
                                      Headmaster

                                                                                 www.cbhs.school.nz 1
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
OUR CURRICULUM
 YEAR 9                YEAR 10                        YEAR 11                      YEAR 12                       YEAR 13

                       Business Studies               Accounting                   Accounting                    Accounting
                       Financial Literacy             Economics And Business       Business Studies              Business Studies
                       Economics                                                   Economics                     Economics
                                                                                   Agribusiness                  Agribusiness
                                                                                   Agriculture                   Agriculture

 Science               Science                        Science                      Biology                       Biology
                       Environmental Science          Biochemistry /               Chemistry                     Chemistry
                                                      Physical Science
                                                      Science Applied              Physics                       Physics
                                                                                   ESOL Science

 Mathematics           Mathematics                    Mathematics Main             Mathematics(MTA)              Calculus
                                                      Mathematics General          Statistics(Sta)               Statistics
                                                      Mathematics Applied          Mathematics Applied
                                                                                   ESOL Mathematics

 ESOL                  ESOL                                                        ESOL
                                                                                   English For Academic
                                                                                   Purposes

 Chinese               Chinese                        Chinese                      Chinese                       Chinese
 French                French                         French                       French                        French
 Japanese              Japanese                       Japanese                     Japanese                      Japanese
 Te Reo Maori          Te Reo Maori                   Te Reo Maori                 Te Reo Maori                  Te Reo Maori

 English               English                        English                      English                       English
                       Drama                          Communication English        Communication English

 Social Studies        Social Studies                                              Classical Studies             Classical Studies
                       History                        History                      History                       History

                       Geography                      Geography                    Geography                     Geography
                                                      Pacific Studies              Pacific Studies               Pacific Studies

 Art                   Visual Art                     Visual Arts                  Visual Arts                   Painting Art
                       Digital Art                                                 Photography Art               Photography Art
                                                                                   Design Art-Visual Marketing   Design Art-Visual Marketing
                                                                                                                 Printmaking Art
                                                                                                                 History of Art

 Technology                                           Tech Pretrade Engineering    Tech Pretrade Engineering     Industrial Technology
                       Materials Technology (Wood)    Tech Pretrade Construction   Tech Pretrade Construction

                       Materials Technology (Metal)   Generic Technology           Generic Technology            Generic Technology

                       Design and Visual              Design And Visual            Design And Visual             Design And Visual
                       Communications                 Communications               Communication                 Communication

                                                      Digital Tech Computing       Digital Tech Computing        Digital Tech Computing

                       Food Technology                Food Technology              Food Technology               Food Technology

 Music                 Music-The Art                  Music                        Music                         Practical Music
                       Music-The Science                                                                         Music Studies

 Health and            Health and                     Physical Education           Physical Education            Physical Education
 Physical Education    Physical Education

                       Sports Performance                                          Outdoor Education             Outdoor Education
                                                                                                                 Sports Studies

                                                                                   General Studies
                                                                                   Gateway                       Gateway

2 www.cbhs.school.nz
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
TEACHING AND LEARNING
THE HEART OF CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ CURRICULUM LIES AT THE INTERSECTION
OF OUR ACADEMIC, SPORTING AND CULTURAL PROGRAMMES THAT PROMOTE
THE PERSONAL, MORAL AND INTELLECTUAL GROWTH OF EVERY BOY

Christchurch Boys’ High School proudly values high academic        Office has recently noted that our school culture has the
achievement while also recognising the importance of creating      needs and aspirations of students at its heart and that we
well-rounded young men able to make a positive contribution        have an environment that is conducive to student learning
to both New Zealand society and our global society.                and wellbeing through ongoing reinforcement of clear and
                                                                   consistent expectations.
The Christchurch Boys’ High School curriculum encompasses
traditional academic subjects as well as opportunities to          We encourage our teachers to build positive relationships
learn and grow beyond the walls of the classroom while             with their students, to know the academic and social
incorporating modern technologies. We aim to ensure                needs of their students, and to show that they care about
that young people are prepared with the capacity to think          the personal and collective successes of their students.
independently, solve problems, develop their humanity, and         Individual students’ achievement and progress is tracked
thrive in a rapidly changing society. The school’s curriculum is   and monitored closely by teachers, and this helps to inform
responsive to the needs and interests of students providing a      the different approaches they use to engage students in
broad range of learning opportunities within and beyond the        their learning.
school. This includes opportunities and pathways for students      Whilst we value academic attainment, beyond the subject
to expand their studies beyond the senior school through links     content of our curriculum we also believe that giving our
to the ARA Institute of Canterbury (for trade and school to        students a strong work ethic, a sense of moral purpose and
workplace transitions) and the University of Canterbury (for       decency, and an unwavering sense of belonging are the
accelerated academic opportunities). The Education Review          foundations of our school community.

                                                                                                             www.cbhs.school.nz 3
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
eLEARNING
AT CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL, WE WANT TO PREPARE OUR
STUDENTS FOR THE DIGITAL AND CONNECTED WORLD IN WHICH THEY
WILL LIVE, LEARN AND WORK IN

eLEARNING ENABLES OUR STUDENTS TO:                                   All students are strongly encouraged to bring their own
• collaborate and learn at any time in an online space               device to school.
• access and create digital content                                  For more information about eLearning at Christchurch Boys’
• connect and communicate globally                                   High School, please visit www.cbhs.school.nz/students/
                                                                     study/curriculum/elearning
eLearning also enables our staff to develop varied and
personalised learning programmes. Staff can easily monitor
student performance and offer effective and timely feedback.

However, we also recognise the importance of retaining the
best parts of traditional teaching practice. We still believe that
our boys need to be engaged in practical hands-on activities
and thus we use a blended approach that combines online
and face-to-face teaching and learning.

4 www.cbhs.school.nz
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
NEW HALL,                                                        NEW
NEW SCHOOL                                                       CLASSROOMS
The School Hall opened in September 2017. The Hall seats the     The school has developed a set of ‘Principles for
entire school and this is a strategic imperative that has long   Classroom Design’.
been identified by the school community.
                                                                 These principles work as our design brief and they take
The School Hall will bring our community together to extend      into account modern educational developments and CBHS
the School’s sense of belonging and community, enhance           cultural imperatives.
relationships and provide a stage for the celebration of
achievements. Importantly the Hall will give the Performing      THE KEY MESSAGES ARE THAT OUR
Arts a home at School.                                           CLASSROOMS SHOULD :
                                                                 • Maximise and emphasise the relationship between
                                                                   teacher and student

                                                                 • Feel purposeful
                                                                 • Enable interdisciplinary connections
                                                                 • Encourage adaptability
                                                                 • Embrace both heritage and innovation
                                                                 • Enable collaboration
                                                                 • Take advantage of new technologies
                                                                 • Inspire students and make them feel valued

                                                                 We now have a completed classroom design and expect
                                                                 construction to begin mid-year 2019 and be completed by
                                                                 the end of 2020.

                                                                                                           www.cbhs.school.nz 5
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
6 www.cbhs.school.nz
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
SPORT
           SPORT PLAYS AN IMPORTANT PART
           IN THE LIFE OF CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’
           HIGH SCHOOL

           The School believes that all students derive benefit from exposure
           to both team and individual sports. The School has a proud
           record of sporting excellence with a large number of teams and
           individuals gaining both regional and national prominence.

           Staff make a significant commitment in both coaching and
           administration and are proud of the standards reached.

           The facilities are outstanding and include large playing fields,
           all-weather cricket wickets, an all-weather athletic training
           track and tennis courts, a heated filtered swimming pool, two
           excellent gymnasia and a fitness centre.

 SPORT SPORT                             SUMMER SUMMER
                                                   WINTER WINTER
                                                            FULL YEAR
                                                                    FULL YEAR

ATHLETICS ATHLETICS                           •           •

BADMINTONBADMINTON                                             •          •

BASKETBALL
         BASKETBALL                                            •          •

CRICKET     CRICKET                           •           •

CROSS COUNTRY
         CROSS COUNTRY                                         •          •

CYCLING     CYCLING                                            •          •

DUATHLON DUATHLON                                              •          •

FENCING     FENCING                                                              •           •

FOOTBALL/SOCCER
         FOOTBALL/SOCCER                                       •          •

GOLF (SUMMER
         GOLFONLY)
              (SUMMER ONLY)                   •           •

GOLF (FULLGOLF
           YEAR)
               (FULL YEAR)                                                       •           •
                                                                                                 STUDENTS HAVE THE
                                                               •          •
                                                                                                 OPTION TO PARTICIPATE
HOCKEY      HOCKEY

ROWING      ROWING                            •           •

RUGBY       RUGBY                                              •          •                      IN ONE OR MORE OF
SQUASH (COMPETITIVE)
         SQUASH (COMPETITIVE)                                  •          •
                                                                                                 THE SPORTS LISTED
                                                                                 •           •
                                                                                                 OUT OF SCHOOL TIME
SQUASH (RECREATIONAL)
         SQUASH (RECREATIONAL)

SURFING     SURFING                           •           •

TABLE TENNIS
         TABLE TENNIS                                          •          •

TENNIS      TENNIS                            •           •

TOUCH RUGBY
         TOUCH RUGBY                          •           •

TRIATHLON TRIATHLON                           •           •
WATER POLO
         WATER POLO                           •           •

VOLLEYBALL
         VOLLEYBALL                           •           •
YACHTING YACHTING                             •           •

           Please note that all sports may require fees to be paid to offset the
Please note Please
              that all
                    note
                       sports
                          that may
                               all sports
                                    require
                                          mayfees
                                                require
                                                   to be fees
                                                          paidto tobeoffset
                                                                        paidthe
                                                                             to offset
                                                                                costs of
                                                                                       the
                                                                                         team
                                                                                           costs of team
            costs of team entries, training costs and local/national affiliation fees.
entries, training
            entries,
                  costs
                     training
                         and costs
                              local/national
                                     and local/national
                                               affiliation fees.
                                                            affiliation fees.

                                                                                                               www.cbhs.school.nz 7
2020 2020 A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST - CHRISTCHURCH BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL
ARTS AND               MUSIC
                       A range of opportunities to learn instruments and perform

CULTURE AT             with a large range of groups.

                       • Itinerant and private lessons available for a range of

CHRISTCHURCH
                         instruments
                       • Award winning Funk, Jazz, Dixie, Rock, Concert bands,
                         Choir and Orchestra (with CGHS)

BOYS’ HIGH             • Multiple opportunities each year to perform including
                         assemblies and our showcases events

SCHOOL
                       • Focus on music technology, suite of computers to
                         compose and record music on and a multitrack studio
                       • Full live PA setup for students to gain experience with
                         live audio

                       DRAMA
                       • TheatreSports Club meets weekly and participates in
                         interschool competition
                       • Co-curricular drama and curriculum drama options
                       • Opportunities to perform during assemblies and
                         showcase events

8 www.cbhs.school.nz
THE SCHOOL     FILM AND MEDIA
          ACTIVELY   • A great option for technically minded students
                     • Basic journalism skills, photography, video and editing
    PROMOTES THE     • Promote CBHS culture and events

  PARTICIPATION OF   • Short films to work with drama students

 BOYS IN CULTURAL
                     TECHNICAL
    ACTIVITIES AND   • A range of behind the scenes skills for school events,

        EXPECTS A      concerts, assemblies including theatre lights, AV, live
                       audio, camera skills

    HIGH LEVEL OF
INVOLVEMENT AND      PASIFIKA
    PERFORMANCE      A strong Pacific Islands group meets regularly and performs
                     each year at school functions and local festivals.

                     KAPA HAKA
                     A kapa haka group is growing within the school with
                     the aim to ‘stand alone’ as a school at local and regional
                     competitions. This group is open to all students, both Maori
                     and non-Maori. Kapa haka gives students the opportunity to
                     learn and practise both Te Reo and Nga Tikanga Maori (the
                     Maori language and culture).

                                                                www.cbhs.school.nz 9
Louis Chapman, Senior Monitor 2018

FINE YOUNG MAN AWARD                                              WE OWE THIS SCHOOL
Christchurch Boys’ High School places great importance on         SO MUCH FOR THE WAY
the development of fine young men. Students are encouraged
to lead a balanced life and to continue striving to be the best
                                                                  IT HAS MOULDED US INTO
that they can be across all aspects of school life - academic,    THE MEN WE ARE TODAY
sporting, the arts and culture, service and responsibility.
                                                                  LOUIS CHAPMAN
In Year 9 and Year 10 this is recognised by the boys aiming
                                                                  (2014-2018)
to achieve a Fine Young Man Award at a Certificate, Bronze,
Silver or Gold level.

Contributing to this is the Weekly Note system which also
operates in the senior school.
                                                                  HONOUR THE SCHOOL
Refer to http://www.cbhs.school.nz/students/weekly-note
                                                                  THAT SETS THE RULES.
                                                                  CONTINUE TO LEAD
                                                                  AND GROW BUT, MOST
THE WEEKLY NOTE                                                   IMPORTANTLY, CONTINUE
The weekly note allows teachers to regularly report on effort
and progress in each of a student’s subjects - including          TO STRIVE TO BE A FINE
homework. This is recorded on a scale of 1 to 5 where ‘1’ is      YOUNG MAN
poor and ‘5’ is excellent.

A student’s average across all subjects is calculated each week   DAVID MCPHAIL
                                                                  (1959-1962)
and is sent to parents each Friday afternoon by email.

10 www.cbhs.school.nz
ADAMS HOUSE
Adams House is the boarding facility for Christchurch Boys’
High School. The hostel is situated just five minutes walk from
                                                                    BOARDING FEES
the school. The grounds are extensive and include all the           Boarding fees for 2019 are $15,965 which includes unlimited
modern amenities for our boarders.                                  internet. Fees are reviewed annually. All boarding and
                                                                    activity fees must be paid by direct debit.
The School’s hostel opened in its present position in August
1917 with 24 boys. The hostel was redeveloped in 2000 into          Incidental charges and activity fees will be charged as
a modern complex, more like a hotel facility than a boarding        incurred. These can be paid at any time through the parent
school. The hostel is a home-away-from-home that seeks to           payment portal. Any incidental charges that remain unpaid
assist boarders to achieve academically, to develop socially in     on the date of the direct debit will be added to the boarding
the company of other boys of similar ages and to take part in       fee and automatically deducted from your account in
sporting and cultural pursuits to a high level.                     accordance with your direct debit authority.

ADAMS HOUSE AT A GLANCE
• Situated on more than three acres bordering the Avon River
• Capacity for 135 full time boarders in 3 separate blocks
• All the boys have personal study spaces provided in their rooms
• Each boy has a wardrobe, six drawers and a locker in which
  to store his possessions
• The boys have the use of a Library with reference material,
  recreational reading resources, ten computers and wireless
  high speed Internet
• Includes six televisions with Sky TV and DVDs

• Recreational facilities include tennis and basketball courts,
  an artificial cricket pitch, a beach volleyball court, a heated
  swimming pool, table tennis tables and an excellent weight
  training facility

                                                                                                              www.cbhs.school.nz 11
PASTORAL CARE
AT CHRISTCHURCH
BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL
OUR GUIDANCE NETWORK                                              PEER SUPPORT
The basis of the School’s pastoral care system is the Kaitiaki    New Year 9 pupils are introduced to and welcomed into the
who works as part of a team with the form level Dean.             School through an active and interesting Term 1 programme
                                                                  run by Year 13 pupil volunteers. These senior students are
“We know how every boy is doing and respond accordingly”.
                                                                  trained to provide guidance and support for the newcomers
Should boys require any help in personal, academic and            during the period of adjustment to their new environment.
vocational matters, they can talk to their Kaitiaki, Dean or to
one of our Guidance Counsellors. The Counsellors work closely
with the Deans of the various year levels in overseeing the
general welfare of the students. Parents who have concerns        INTERVIEWS
about their sons should contact the appropriate Dean or one
                                                                  Interviews can be arranged with Kaitiaki and Deans when
of the Guidance Counsellors.
                                                                  parents are concerned about any matter affecting the work
The Guidance Counsellors have a wide range of contacts with       of their son. Parents may contact the appropriate Dean for
health professionals and outside support agencies to whom         an appointment.
they can refer boys when appropriate.

Coaches, managers of teams and club co-ordinators also play
an important role in the guidance network.

12 www.cbhs.school.nz
SCHOOL                                                           INTERNATIONAL
DONATION                                                         STUDENTS
WE APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT OF                                     The school has a very strong international student programme.
                                                                 We have students attending from Korea, Thailand, Hong Kong,
OUR SCHOOL FAMILIES                                              China, Japan, Italy, Chile, Germany, Ireland, England
                                                                 and Argentina.
We appreciate the support of our school families in paying the
school donation. The donation allows the school to offer the     The school has special ties with schools in China, Japan,
wider educational opportunities expected of us. The donation     Thailand, England and Ireland.
is currently set at $640 per student and $1280 for families
                                                                 There are international students spread evenly across each
with two or more boys at the School.
                                                                 year level from Year 9 to Year 13 and all are fully integrated
                                                                 into mainstream classes. The School offers international
                                                                 students internationally recognised qualifications that provide

FINANCIAL RECOVERIES                                             clear pathways to universities in New Zealand and overseas.

Pupils are charged for the materials that they use and keep in
practical subjects such as Art and Technology.

Curriculum-based activities such as camps and field trips also
rely on payment by participants to allow these activities to
take place.

                                                                                                           www.cbhs.school.nz 13
CHRISTCHURCH
BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL
IN THE COMMUNITY
THE SCHOOL IS           The PTA – the CBHS Parent-Teacher Association is a strong
                        group who meet monthly, or more often if needed, to assist

SUPPORTED BY SEVERAL    the school with fundraising, catering for special occasions and
                        social events.

GROUPS IN THE WIDER     The Whanau group – parents of our Maori students who
                        meet monthly to support the School in areas to do with the
SCHOOL COMMUNITY        education of their sons and the wider student body.

                        The Old Boys’ Association – a strength of the School is the Old
                        Boys’ Association with its branches throughout New Zealand,
                        Australia and other parts of the world.

                        The Te Kura Trust – a group of appointed and elected
                        representatives from the school’s community who look after
                        gifts and endowments made to the School from Old Boys and
                        friends of the school.

                        For further information on these groups please refer to the
                        school’s website.

                        www.cbhs.school.nz

14
14 www.cbhs.school.nz
ENROLMENT SCHEME
The Board of Trustees invites applications from parents who wish to enrol their sons at Christchurch
Boys’ High School for 2020. The school’s enrolment scheme is detailed below.

Please refer to our website https://www.cbhs.school.nz/enrolments for enrolment process information
for all year levels.

 YEAR 9                                                                    YEAR 10 - 13
 ENROLMENTS                                                                ENROLMENTS
 IN ZONE ENROLMENTS                                                        IN ZONE ENROLMENTS
 All students who live within the school zone are entitled to enrol.       & OUT OF ZONE ENROLMENTS
 The current legal boundaries of the zone are printed on the last page
                                                                           The same rules for in and out of zone applications apply as for
 of this Prospectus and a list of streets within it is printed overleaf.
                                                                           Year 9.
 To confirm proof of residence within this zone, the following
                                                                           There may be some places available for out of zone applicants in
 are required:
                                                                           Years 10-13.
 1.   a copy of a recent Christchurch City Council rates demand or a
                                                                           Applications for out of zone places for Years 10–13 must reach
      tenancy agreement.
                                                                           the Headmaster by Thursday 31 October 2019 and, if the number
 2. a recent original copy of a power account, or such additional          of applications exceed the number of places available, a ballot
    documentation as the Board of Trustees may require.                    will be held.

 The student’s usual place of residence must be within the school
 zone continuously for a minimum of two years after enrolment.

 To assist the school to determine how many enrolments can be
 offered to Year 9 applicants from out of zone, applications for in
 zone enrolments should reach the Headmaster by 4.30pm on
 Friday 26 July 2019.

 OUT OF ZONE ENROLMENTS
 Applications must reach the Headmaster by 4.30pm on Friday
 26 July and will be processed in the following order of priority,
 according to places available:

 1.   applicants who are brothers of current students,
 2. applicants who are brothers of former students,
 3. applicants who are sons of former students,
 4. applicants whose parent is a member of or employed
    by the Board of Trustees,
 5. all other applicants.

 If there are more applicants in these groups than there are places
 available, selection within each group will be by ballot conducted
 in accordance with Section 11G(1) of the Education Act 1989.
 The exact number of places offered as a result of this ballot will
 depend on the number of applications received from in zone
 applicants.

 Applicants seeking priority status in any of the first three groups
 may be required to give proof of relationships and/or of their
 relations’ attendance at CBHS.

 The ballot for out of zone places will be held on Tuesday 30 July
 2019. Notification of the results will be posted on Thursday
 1 August 2019.

              All enrolments for 2020 need to be completed and submitted using the eForm link under Enrolments on the website:

                                   https://www.cbhs.school.nz/enrolments/enrolment-process

                                                                                                                         www.cbhs.school.nz 15
CHRISTCHURCH
BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL ZONE
  The list of streets below is guide only. The current legal zone boundaries
  of Christchurch Boys' High School are as defined on this page.

  A                         E
  Abberfield Lane           Edgeware Road 1–76        Lingard Street              Rossall Street
  Abberley Crescent         Elizabeth Street          Lloyd Street                Rotherham Street
  Aikmans Road              Elmwood Road              Lothian Street              Royds Street
  Airedale Place            Euston Street             Lyndon Street               Rugby Street
  Akela Street              Eversleigh Street                                     Rutland Street 7–180
  Albany Street             Exeter Street             M
  Allister Avenue                                     Makora Street               S
  Alpha Avenue              F                         Mandeville Street           Salisbury Street 1–123
  Andover Street            Fendalton Road            Mansfield Avenue            Searells Road
  Antigua Street 266–274    Freyberg Avenue           Massey Crescent             Seton Street
  Armagh Court              Fulton Avenue             Matai Street East           Shand Crescent
  Armagh Street 1–116                                 Matai Street West           Sheppard Place
  Ashby Place               G                         Mathias Street              Shrewsbury Street
  Ashdale Lane              Galway Avenue             Matipo Street 5–114         Snowdon Road
  Ashmore Lane              Garden Road               Maxwell Street              Somme Street
                            Garreg Road               Mayfair Street              Springfield Road
  B                         George Street             Mays Road 1–141             St Albans Street
                                                                                                               From the intersection of Tuam and Colombo
                                                      McDougall Avenue
  Bannister Place           Girvan Street
                            Glandovey Road            Medbury Terrace
                                                                                  St Andrews Square            Streets along Tuam Street, through Hagley Park
  Barlow Street                                                                   St Barnabas Lane
  Bartlett Street           Gleneagles Terrace        Memorial Avenue1–103        St Winifreds Place           and along Blenheim Road to Wharenui Road.
  Bealey Avenue1–155        Gloucester Street 1–124   Merivale Lane               Stirling Street
  Berry Street              Gordon Avenue             Milford Street              Stoneyhurst Street           Then northwards along Wharenui Road to cross
  Beveridge Street          Gracefield Avenue         Miro Street                 Stratford Street
  Beverley Street                                     Mollett Street              Straven Road                 Riccarton Road. North along Clyde Road to Creyke
  Blenheim Road 42–254      H                         Mona Vale Avenue            Strowan Road
  Blighs Road               Halton Street             Montreal Street 208–451     Sunningvale Lane             Road then along Creyke Road to Ilam Road.
  Bradnor Road              Hamilton Avenue           Murray Place
  Bradshaw Terrace          Harakeke Street                                       T                            North along Ilam Road to Wairakei Road. North
  Brenchley Avenue          Harold Denton Place       N                           Tara Street                  along Wairakei Road as far as Blighs Road, along
  Bretts Road               Harper Avenue             Naseby Street               Taylors Avenue
  Bristol Street            Harrods Court             Nelson Street               Te Kura Street               Blighs Road to Papanui Road and south along
  Broadbent Street          Hartley Avenue            Newall Avenue               Thornycroft Street
  Brockworth Place          Hawkesbury Avenue         Ngahere Street              Tika Street                  Papanui Road as far as Mays Road. Eastwards
  Browns Road               Hawthorne Street          Nikau Place                 Tillman Avenue
  Bryndwr Road              Heathfield Avenue         Normans Road                Titoki Street                along Mays Road to Rutland Street. South along
  Burdale Street            Heaton Street                                         Tonbridge Street
                            Helmores Lane             O                           Tonga Place                  Rutland Street to Westminster Street, then east to
  C                         Hereford Street 1–130     Oakford Close               Totara Street
                                                                                                               Cranford Street. Then south along Cranford Street
  Caledonian Road           Hewitts Road              Office Road                 Trafalgar Street
                                                      Onslow Street
  Cambridge Terrace         Highgate Avenue
                            Hills Drive               Orkney Street
                                                                                  Tuam Street 1–170            and Colombo Street as far as Tuam Street.
  Canon Street 1–6                                                                Tui Street
  Carlton Mill Road         Hinau Street              Otara Street
  Cashel Street 1–130       Holly Road                Oxford Terrace 2–204        U
  Centennial Avenue         Holmwood Road                                         Urunga Avenue
  Chancery Lane             Huia Street               P
  Chapter Street                                      Paeroa Street               V
  Cheltenham Street         I                         Palazzo Lane                Verran Place
  Chepstow Avenue           Idris Road                Papanui Road 1–451          Victoria Street
                                                      Park Terrace
                                                                                                                  PERSONAL INFORMATION AND THE PRIVACY ACT (1993)
  Chester Street West       Ilam Road 131–508
  Chilcombe Street          Innes Road 1–154          Peacock Street              W
  Chislehurst Place                                   Peel Street                 Wai-iti Terrace
  Church Lane               J                         Penhelig Place              Wainui Street                   The school collects the information on this form to: enrol
  Circuit Street            Jacksons Road             Pentlow Place               Wairakei Road (odd 1–91)        your child at school, assess their educational needs and
  Clare Road                Jane Deans Close          Peterborough Lane           Wairakei Road (even 2–136)      ensure the school gets the correct resources from the
  Clarence Street 96–188    Jeffreys Road             Peterborough Street 1–118   Wairarapa Terrace
  Clifford Avenue           Joyce Crescent            Peverel Street              Waiwetu Street                  Ministry of Education for your child.
  Clissold Street                                     Picton Avenue 13–106        Walnut Avenue                   The information is used in accordance with the Privacy
  Clyde Road 1–251          K                         Piko Crescent               Watford Street
  Coldstream Court          Kahu Road                 Pitt Place                  Webb Street                     Act. The school sends some of it to the Ministry of
  Coles Place               Kain Street               Plynlimon Road              Weka Street                     Education and other education and health agencies. The
  College Avenue            Karo Place                Poynder Avenue              Westholme Street
                                                      Puna Street
                                                                                                                  school will not provide your child’s information to any
  Colombo Street 617–1073   Kauri Street                                          Westminster Street 1–94
  Conference Street         Kawaka Street             Purchas Street 1–5          Weston Road 1–149               other people or organisations without your authorisation,
  Cornwall Street 1–41      Kea Street                Puriri Street               Westwood Terrace                unless needed by law.
  Courtenay Street          Keoghs Lane                                           Wharenui Road
  Cox Street                Kereru Lane               Q                           Wilfrid Street                  The Ministry of Education shares your address and
  Cranford Street 1–157     Kilmarnock Street         Quamby Place                Willowbrook Place               phone number information with the Ministry of Social
  Cranmer Square            Kilmore Street 1–124      Queens Avenue               Winchester Street
                            Kinleys Lane                                          Wood Lane
                                                                                                                  Development (MSD) as part of the Youth Service initiative.
  Creyke Road
                            Kinloch Street            R                           Woodford Terrace                Youth Service identifies young people who may have
  D                         Kipax Place               Radnor Street               Worcester Boulevard             difficulty finding future employment, training or further
  Dallas Street             Kiwi Road                 Ranfurly Street             Worcester Street 1–94
                            Knowles Street 1–151      Rastrick Street             Wroxton Terrace
                                                                                                                  education. Youth Service uses the contact information to
  Daresbury Lane
  Darvel Street             Knox Lane                 Rata Street                                                 find these young people and support them into education
  Deans Avenue 43–187       Konini Street             Rattray Street
                                                                                                                  or training when they leave school.
  Denvir Street             Kotare Street             Rehua Lane
  Derby Street              Kyle Street               Repton Street                                               You have the right to access and to request corrections
  Desmond Street                                      Rex Street
                                                                                                                  if your child’s information is inaccurate; you also have an
  Devonport Lane            L                         Rhodes Street
  Dilworth Street           Ladbrokes Place           Riccarton Avenue                                            obligation to advise the school if any of the information
  Division Street           Lansbury Avenue           Riccarton Road 1–247                                        you have provided should change
  Donald Place              Le Cascina Lane           Rimu Street
  Dorset Street             Lees Road                 Roa Road                                                    If for any reason your enrolment is not accepted, this
  Dover Street              Leinster Road             Rochdale Street                                             enrolment form and the accompanying documentation
  Dublin Street             Leslie Hills Road         Rochford Place
                            Lichfield Street 1–58     Rolleston Avenue                                            will be destroyed.
  Durham Street 196–509

16
16 www.cbhs.school.nz
IN ZONE MAP

From the intersection of Tuam and Colombo Streets along Tuam Street, through Hagley Park and along
Blenheim Road to Wharenui Road. Then northwards along Wharenui Road to cross Riccarton Road.
North along Clyde Road to Creyke Road then along Creyke Road to Ilam Road. North along Ilam Road
to Wairakei Road. North along Wairakei Road as far as Blighs Road, along Blighs Road to Papanui Road
and south along Papanui Road as far as Mays Road. Eastwards along Mays Road to Rutland Street. South
along Rutland Street to Westminster Street, then east to Cranford Street. Then south along Cranford
Street and Colombo Street as far as Tuam Street.
CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL
  PO Box 8157, Straven Road, Riccarton, Christchurch 8440, New Zealand
     p +64 3 348 5003, f +64 3 348 8121, e enquiries@cbhs.school.nz

                        www.cbhs.school.nz

A MODERN SCHOOL
 WITH A RICH PAST
                       2020

      A MODERN SCHOOL WITH A RICH PAST

  CHRISTCHURCH BOYS’ HIGH SCHOOL
You can also read
NEXT SLIDES ... Cancel