What a brilliant way to end the winter sport season!
The Canterbury Aims 11-a-side Hockey and Rugby 7’s tournament was a huge success this year, with 68 Heaton students involved across five teams. We are extremely proud of the improvements that each team made throughout the tournament day, and for the positive way in which they approached all games.
We would like to congratulate our Heaton Gold Rugby and Heaton Girls’ Hockey teams, who won their respective tournaments without losing a match. We would also like to recognise the brilliant performances of our Heaton Green Rugby team who finished in 4th place, and Heaton Gold Mixed hockey team who finished in 3rd place.
A big thank you must also go out to our staff and parent/caregiver coaches for their continued support. Your efforts throughout the whole winter season have been absolutely fantastic!
We would like to recognise the brilliant efforts of our Heaton A Water Polo team at this years Canterbury Water Polo Championships. Our Heaton team produced some absolutely fantastic performances across the two competition days, finishing in 3rd place in the A-Grade Competition. A huge congratulations to all of our players and coach Vanessa for the continued progress and development of this great group of athletes.
TOURNAMENT DATES: Friday 9th and Sunday 11th August
DRAW AND LOCATIONS: Games will be running across two pools (Jellie Park and Taiora QE2). Please check the draw below for specific game venue and timings:
MEETING TIMES: Players are required to meet Vanessa directly at Jellie Park on Friday 9th @ 8:30am. If you are having difficulty with transport organisation, please contact Vanessa and Mr Evers via email
ADDITIONAL TOURNAMENT INFORMATION:
- Games will be 30mins 4×5 Min Quarters. There will Limited warm up time but longer game time
- All of our Friday games will all be held at Jellie Park
- Our Heaton team will also have duty responsibilities throughout the tournament (similar to Monday evenings where 5 players and 1 adult are required)
- Our Team must meet Vanessa poolside 20 minutes before each game and 10 minutes before each duty
- When not competing, students must be wearing their Heaton PE kit over the top of their togs, so they are easily identified throughout the competition
- Medals will be awarded to 1st place teams only in both A and B grades, with Most Valuable Players selected in both grades
- By entering the Canterbury Water Polo Year 7&8 Canterbury Championship parents/caregivers agree to a media release where CWP may use photo’s taken for promotional material in the CWP circles and media platforms. If any of our Heaton parents/caregivers do not consent to the CWP media release, you must contact Tim Evers (firstname.lastname@example.org) before Wednesday 7th August
- Our Heaton A team will be supervised for the duration of the tournament by Vanessa (parent coach), who will be provided with parent contact details, emergency contact details and medical information. During the Friday games at Jellie Park, students will remain at the venue in between games and for the duration of the day. If you need to leave the venue, it must be with your parent/caregiver and this must be communicated with your coach
TEAM LIST (WHO IS TAKING PART?):
- Niamh I (Rm 9)
- Robbie C (Rm 10)
- Eve N (Rm 11)
- Ana W (Rm 14)
- Matilda O (Rm 15)
- Josh F (Rm 16)
- Anika T (Rm 16)
- Dallas I (Rm 17)
- Kate C (Rm 17)
- Zavier T (Rm 18)
It was a beautiful sunny winters day for this years Primary/Intermediates Cross Country Championships, held at the Halswell Quarry. Forty Heaton students (20 in each year level) qualified and participated in this event, and represented our school with desire, grit and a fantastic spirit. We are so incredibly proud of your efforts and achievements!
We would also like to recognise the supervision and marshalling support from Mrs Dore, Miss Scott, Josh F and Josh T. Thank you for giving up your time for our athletes.
A special congratulations must go out to our four athletes who finished in the top 10 of their respective races. These students have qualified to represent Canterbury in the Inter-Regional Cross Country Event (IRXC 2019) Phil Costley Shield, where Canterbury will battle it out against Tasman, Wellington and South Canterbury.
Year 7 Girls (188 Competitors)
Lucia I – 9th Place Overall (12:36 minutes)
Year 7 Boys (189 Competitors)
Maxwell A – 6th Place Overall (11:25 minutes)
Year 8 Girls (186 Competitors)
Kate C – 3rd Place Overall (11:36 minutes)
Year 8 Boys (181 Competitors)
Hamish G – 5th Place Overall (11:13 minutes)
Congratulations to our six students who represented Heaton in the 2019 Inter-Schools Artistic Gymnastics Championships. Your individual dedication, training and hard work certainly paid off, and we are incredibly proud of your efforts and enthusiasm.
LEVEL 3 – COMPETITIVE
- Rico R (Room 15): 3rd Place Overall (Floor – 3rd / P-Bar – 3rd / H-Bar – 3rd)
GRADE 1 – RECREATION
- Thomas E (Room 5): 3rd Place – Rings
- Sienna O’B (Room 17): 3rd Place – Beam
- Millie W (Rm 11) – Participation
- Jermaine L (Room 10): 2nd Place Overall (Beam – 2nd / Bars – 1st)
- Alana H (Room 5): 3rd Place – Vault
Date: Wednesday 19th June (Postponement date: 26th June)
Venue: Halswell Quarry
Supervisors: Mr Evers, Miss Scott (Rm 10), Mrs Newton
Team List (Who is taking part?):
- Morgan C (Room 2) will be running under the name Ashton C (who will be absent)
- Lexie R (Room 9) will be running under the name Kaiyah R (who will be absent)
- Josh D (Room 21) will be running under the name Felix N (who will be absent)
- Jorja S (Room 8) will be running under the name Hannah C (who will be absent)
Meeting Time: All students are required to meet Mr. Evers in the Heaton hall when the 8:40am bell sounds. The team bus will depart promptly at 8:55am so please ensure you are organised.
Event Times (approx):
- Year 7 Girls (3km) – 11:10am start time
- Year 7 Boys (3km) – 11:25am start time
- Year 8 Girls (3km) – 11:40am start time
- Year 8 Boys (3km) – 11:55am start time
Marshalling Assistance: If you are attending the event to watch and support your son/daughter and you are able to assist Mr Evers with marshaling duties, please contact him prior to Friday 14th June (email@example.com). Any support would be greatly appreciated
Cost: Participation in the cross country will incur a cost that covers the return bus trip to Halswell Quarry. This will be added to your school account. If you have questions or concerns please contact our Executive Office, Anne Marie (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Maps / Rules / Information:
Equipment Requirements: Please note, no spikes can be used for this event
- Heaton PE Kit
- Packed lunch with sufficient healthy snacks
- Lots of water
- All relevant personal medication e.g. ventolin, epipen
- Tracksuit pants, a weatherproof jacket and warm-over garment top
- Spare shoes
- Plastic bag to transport any wet or muddy clothing
Additional Information: If for any reason you no longer wish to take part or are sick on the day of the event, please email Mr. Evers asap so the opportunity can be offered to another student.
On Tuesday 11th June a game of Football was held at Elmwood Park as part of the Tuesday Sport Program. The students were divided into four groups where each group played their own football game to prevent overcrowding. The games were run by St Andrews school graduates, as part of the St Albans Shirley Football Club. It was great to hear the students enjoying themselves and loving their football.
Youthtown – Ki-o-Rahi Game
On Tuesday 28th May, a full on game of Ki-o-Rahi took place on the Heaton field as part of the Tuesday sport program, run by youth organisation Youthtown. Ki-o-Rahi is a fast-paced ball sport played in New Zealand where two teams of seven players play on a circular field divided into zones. Teams score points by touching the ‘pou’ (boundary markers) and hitting a central ‘tupu’ or target. It was an epic, fun packed game.
A massive congratulations to all of our Heaton students for their efforts and enthusiasm at the 2019 school cross country. The event was fantastically organised and coordinated by our dedicated Heaton Sport Leaders, who did a superb job both in preparation and on the race day.
The top 10 students in each age group will now compete in the Primary/Intermediate School Cross Country Championships, held at Halswell Quarry on Wednesday 19th June. We would also like to recognise the achievements of those students who finished in the top 3 of their respective races:
Year 7 Boys
- Max A (11:36)
- Hiro F (12:21)
- Isaac S (12:25)
Year 7 Girls
- Lucia I (12:26)
- Ella H (12:41)
- Lara M (13:18)
Year 8 Boys
- Hamish G (11:34)
- Milan M (11:46)
- Korban C (12:00)
Year 8 Girls
- Kate C (12:19)
- Eden N (12:52)
- Kaiyah R (12:56)
- Year 7: 1st (Rhodes 155 points) / 2nd (Elmwood 137 Points) / 3rd (Otahuna 132 Points)
- Year 8: 1st (Tikao 169 points) / 2nd (Lansdowne 161 Points) / 3rd (Purau 116 Points)
Please select the link below to access the weekly Bishopdale Basketball Draw. Students must arrive 15 minutes before tip off so they can meet with your coaches.
If you are unable to make a game, you must communicate this with Mr Evers via email (email@example.com) so your coaches are aware of how many students will be in attendance.
Remember to bring your mouthguard each week, as players will not be taking the court without it.
A reminder that students must hand in their basketball singlet following their game (except for the Heaton Hawks and Heaton Harriers).
I would like to recognise the fantastic efforts from all of our Heaton students who trialled for a weekly winter sport team this year, and our dedicated teachers/coaches who coordinated the sessions. If you are named in a squad, your specific team will be decided over the course of the next week, and this will be communicated to you by your coaches before the first game. If you have been named in a team however no longer wish to take part, or discover that your name has been listed in multiple teams, please email Mr Evers asap (firstname.lastname@example.org) so alterations can be made.
Confirmed 2019 Heaton Teams
Mr Evers is currently in negotiation with some outside sport providers (rugby, netball, yoga, youth-town etc.), so we can offer some specialist sport programmes for students who will be remaining back at school on Tuesday afternoons. Any student who has missed out on selection or who did not register for trials will have the option of signing up for these specific programmes later this week. School sport programmes will also be coordinated during this time for any student who would prefer this option.
As soon as all of our teams are finalised, a blog post will be created that outlines meeting times, equipment requirements, venues, maps, rules, costs etc. so please ensure you check in regularly this week so you are prepared for our start on Tuesday 14th May.
A huge thank you to all students who registered and took part in basketball trials over the last few weeks. The attitude and performances were fantastic and we are really excited for the season ahead.
As I mentioned at trials, if you were unsuccessful in making a team this year and you are still very interested in taking part, please come and see Mr Evers and he can link you with a team to train with. This way, if we have any injuries, illness or absences there may be scope for you to play some Friday evening games.
WEEK ONE TRAINING SCHEDULE
The first week of trainings will be combined so we can finalise a few details. Please look at the schedule below so you are aware of when and where you need to meet next week.
- Monday 6th May before school (7:45am, Heaton Hall) – Hawks and Hammerheads
- Monday 6th May @ lunchtime (12:45pm, Heaton Hall) – All girls players
- Wednesday 8th May before school (7:45am, Heaton Hall) – Huskies and Hornets
- Wednesday 8th May @ lunchtime (12:45pm, Heaton Hall) – Hyenas and Hurricanes
The Mt Huxter’s MTB race mission states that they want to get people riding bikes everyday, and always be happy when on a bike. We think the pictures above support this one hundred percent!
A huge congratulations to all of our Heaton competitors who braved the bitter cold and heavy rain to compete in the 2019 Mt Huxter’s Mountain Bike Challenge. The results of our Heaton athletes can be found below, with the first number indicating their overall placing in an individual or pairs respective races.
Congratulations to all 24 Heaton students who competed brilliantly in the 2019 Inter-Schools Duathlon. There were a record number of participants in this event so competition was at an all time high. We would also like to recognise the notable performances of the following students, who finished in the top 10 of their respective races:
Year 7 Boys
- Josh D (34 minutes 27 seconds) – 8th Overall
Year 8 Boys
- Hamish G (30 minutes 48 seconds) – 8th Overall
- Will H (30 minutes 59 seconds) – 9th Overall
Year 8 Girls
- Kate C (33 minutes 38 seconds) – 10th Overall
For a full results list, please select the following link: 2019 Duathlon Results
With five water polo teams competing this term, interest at Heaton is at an all time high. A big thank to Vanessa and our ex Heaton students (Lucy, Isaac, Alex and Caleb), who have taken on coaching responsibilities and are sharing their expertise and passion with our Heaton teams.
Best of luck for the next six weeks students and have fun!
Date: Monday 1st July
Meeting Time: Students are required to meet Mr Evers in the hall promptly at 8:20am for the roll. Students can arrive to school in their PE uniform so they are ready for the tournament, and will not require their full school uniform to change into after the tournament has concluded
Transport: Students will be transported to/from the venue in our two Heaton vans. We are however requiring one parent/caregiver helper who can assist in dropping 3-4 student to the venue and bringing them back to school at the conclusion of the tournament. If you can assist in anyway, please contact Tim Evers via email (email@example.com)
Tournament Time: The tournament will run from 9:30am to approx. 2:30pm.
Venue: Cowles Stadium (210 Pages Road)
Cost:Participation in this tournament will incur a cost that will be added to your school account. This cost covers tournament entry fees.
Equipment Requirements: Students are to ensure they are wearing their Heaton PE uniform when they arrive to school and have all of the following equipment:
- All relevant medication e.g. ventolin
- Water bottle
- Packed lunch with plenty of healthy snacks
- Warm jacket and/or tracksuit pants as it will be cold in the stadium when you are not playing
Tournament Organisation (Draw, Rules etc):