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Wellington City Council last week, Mayor of Wellington, Celia Wade-Brown,

presented a ceremonial Scottish Officer on the last day of February support those who suffer from broadsword bearing the Royal cipher, around the world and iswhich anwas rare diseases. given to Wellington City, on the eve of Sunday’s final Royal support Edinburgh co-ordiannual celebration and Tattoo funLearning performance at Westpac Stadium. draiser for ‘rare gems’ in the nator at Berhampore School, community. Justine Henderson, said this Teto Papa secures rare People are encouraged was the first time the school suff medal Rare Disease raise awareness and money toragette had celebrated

Day. There were more than 7000 On Tuesday, students from rare diseases and from this, In the wake of the record-breaking Berhampore School raised Justine said she could list 20 performances by the Royal Edinburgh their hands in awareness of rare diseases which impacted Military Tattoo last month, Wellington Rare Disease Day. students from Berhampore City has been presented a ceremonial Rare Disease Day takes place School. broadsword. At the full meeting of the A rare bravery medal awarded to New “A parent suggested it and we Zealander Frances Parker has been Wellington City Council last week, thought it was a great idea to secured by Te Papa in an auction. The Mayor of Wellington, Celia Wade-Brown, Women’s Social and Political Union raise awareness with other lesser presented a ceremonial Scottish Officer Medal for Valour was awarded to the known diseases. suffrage activist for her courageous broadsword bearing the Royal cipher, role in the campaign for the right of “Most of the children brought a which was given to Wellington City, on women to vote in Scotland. It was coin along and they are wearing the eve of Sunday’s final Royal Edinburgh successfully purchased by Te Papa for Children from Berhampore jeans in supportSchool of children with approximately $40,000 from Auction Tattoo performance at Westpac Stadium. take part in a parade as part of House Dix Noonan Web in London. Te rare diseases – it is something Rare Disease Day on Tuesday. Papa is now working to transport the different for them to talk about.” medal to Wellington. Te Papa secures rare Justine said by wearing jeans, the children were encouraged to suffragette medal learn about how many rare disA rare bravery medal awarded to New eases were caused by “genes”. Zealander Frances Parker has been The wholeByschool took part Nikki Papatsoumas Thursday March 3, 2016 4secured by Te Papa in an auction. The in a parade to show off their The Seatoun School community Women’s Social and Political Union jeans, and placed money on a a is fundraising for something Medal for Valour was awarded to the coin trail. little different at their biannual suffrage activist for her courageous galastudents which willraised take place Justine said a next weekend. role in the campaign for the right of whopping $290, which would This year the school is hoping women to vote in Scotland. It was Please join us as we relive the magic of three enough money to cover be donatedtotoraise a group which successfully by Te Papa for Tattoopurchased gifts sword the costs Syndrome. of the school’s newly inBy Nikki Papatsoumas Day. on the last day of February support those who suffer from supports Costello Children from Berhampore Schoolof timeless tunes. stalled tsunami evacuation steps. decades approximately $40,000 from Auction There were morewhich thanwere 7000 The steps, comto Dix capital take part in a parade as part ofaround the world and is an rare diseases. House Noonan Web in London. Te On Tuesday, students from rare diseases and from this,  For more information head annual celebration and funLearning support co-ordipleted a couple of weeks ago, Rare Disease Day on Tuesday. Papa is now working transport the In the wake of thetorecord-breaking came she with acould price tag list of $45,000. Berhampore Schoolby raised rarediseaseday.org.nz Presented fourdraiser artists who have collaborated said 20 for ‘rare gems’ in the nator at Berhampore School, to Justine medal to Wellington. Principal John Western said performances by the Royal Edinburgh their hands in awareness of community. which impacted Justine Henderson, said this rare diseases the school was lucky enough to Military Tattoo last month, Wellington concerts such asPeople Coca-Cola Christmas the Rareon Disease Day. of $11,500 from froma grant Berhampore are encouraged to was theinfirst time the school studentsreceive City has been presented a ceremonial Rare Disease Day takes place raise awareness and money to had celebrated Rare Disease School. the Wellington City Council. “The difference the board has broadsword. At the full meeting of the Park, and Skycity Starlight Symphony, you’ll be “A parent suggested it and we Wellington City Council last week, Seatoun School students Charlie Rapson, Matthew Noble, Eve Roper- covered out of their reserves,” John said. thesetorethought was a “However, great idea Caldbeck, Bonnie May Hardy and Billie Nightingale with principal John it blown away by their musical talents. Mayor of Wellington, Celia Wade-Brown, serves arewith reallyother important so we Western at the school’s newly installed tsunami evacuation steps. raise awareness lesser presented a ceremonial Scottish Officer known By Nikki Papatsoumas need to have a successful gala so of the stairs.diseases. broadsword bearing the Royal cipher, Tickets are just $15 and include afternoon of thewas children brought a we can replacetea. those reserves.” John“Most said there something which was given to Wellington City, on alongatand theyweekend’s are wearing The Seatoun School community The steps, located at the back of for coin everyone next the eve of Sunday’s final Royal Edinburgh in support children with Hurry is–fundraising seating for is something limited asothebook school, lead up to a walking gala,jeans including food,ofcrafts, secTattoo performance at Westpac Stadium. – ittoys, is something little different at their biannual path which runs along the ridge- ondrare handdiseases books and and as your tickets bygalacalling Catherine 04overlooking 387 7625. different for them to talk about.” which will take place nextonline, the entrance into games for children. Te Papa secures rare wearing jeans, weekend. Wellington Harbour. ThisJustine year said the by silent auction the children were This year the school is hoping John said the tsunami evacua- boasted a range ofencouraged amazing to suffragette medal learn how many rare disto raise enough money to cover tion steps would be of great use to items andabout experiences, including A rare bravery medal awarded to New eases were caused which by “genes”. the costs of the school’s newly in- not only the school, but the wider a Phoenix experience inZealander Frances Parker has been The whole school took part stalled tsunami evacuation steps. Seatoun community, in the event cluded an afternoon with the team secured by Te Papa in an auction. The parade off of their The steps, which were com- of an emergency. priorintoathe gameto andshow a sketch Women’s Social and Political Union jeans, and placed on a pleted a couple of weeks ago, “Hopefully we never need to the Beehive drawn and money signed by Medal for Valour was awarded to the coin trail. John Key. came with a price tag of $45,000. use them but knowing they are Prime Minister suffrage activist for her courageous said students raised Principal John Western said there gives peace of mind to not FairJustine goers would also have the a role in the campaign for the right of whopping $290, which the school was lucky enough to only the school but also the wider chance to pose for photos withwould the women to vote in Scotland. It was be donated receive a grant of $11,500 from community.” Bledisloe Cup. to a group which successfully purchased by Te Papa for supports Costello Syndrome. the Wellington He said gauging by popularity of Children from Berhampore School City Council. approximately $40,000 from Auction “The the board has past galas, he was confident that  The Seatoun School Gala will take part in a parade as partdifference of House Dix Noonan Web in London. 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thought it was a great idea to raise awareness with other lesser known diseases. “Most of the children brought a coin along and they are wearing jeans in support of children with rare diseases – it is something different for them to talk about.” Justine said by wearing jeans, the children were encouraged to learn about how many rare diseases were caused by “genes”. The whole school took part in a parade to show off their jeans, and placed money on a coin trail. Justine said students raised a whopping $290, which would be donated to a group which supports Costello Syndrome.

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