Pupils, teachers pay their respects

Wakatipu High School pupils observed two minutes of silence yesterday. PHOTO: GUILLAUME CHARTON
Wakatipu High School pupils observed two minutes of silence yesterday. PHOTO: GUILLAUME CHARTON
Wakatipu High School pupils observed two minutes of silence yesterday before gathering on the school field to send a message to the Muslim community and those in Christchurch affected by last week's terrorist attack.

Teacher Lucy Ford said "kotahitanga" was the Maori word for the school's value of inclusion.

Mount Aspiring College pupils and staff stand together on the school field in the shape of a...
Mount Aspiring College pupils and staff stand together on the school field in the shape of a heart. PHOTO: ANDREW MILLER
1: All 1100 Mount Aspiring College pupils and staff stand together on the school field in the shape of a heart to remember the victims of last week's terror attacks.

Alexandra Primary School pupil. PHOTO: ADAM BURNS
Alexandra Primary School pupil. PHOTO: ADAM BURNS
2: Alexandra Primary School pupils gather together to observe a silence at 1.40pm.

3: The vicar of St Luke's Anglican Church, the Rev Andrea McDougall, leads a prayer in Oamaru.

Rev Andrea McDougall. PHOTO: HAMISH MACLEAN
Rev Andrea McDougall. PHOTO: HAMISH MACLEAN

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