Rangi Ruru Girls' School

Rangi Ruru Girls' School is an independent school for day and boarding girls in Years 7-13. Education is a gift for life.

At Rangi, we know that every girl’s pathway is unique, and to enable her to be her best not only requires dedication, hard work, and commitment but support across all aspects of life. Rangi offers girls a place to feel truly at home, a place where girls feel comfortable to be themselves, and a place where girls are given the opportunity to be the best versions of themselves.

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Congratulations to swimming legend, Gaby Smith (Year 13) for being selected in the NZ Paralympic Team travelling to the 2024 Paralympics in Paris!

Gaby, your dedication and hours of training have paid off. Race hard, knowing your Rangi Ruru whānau are backing you all the way and cheering you on from afar, as you take on the world!


Meet the Cast and Crew!

🎭 We asked some of the cast and crew, from the upcoming musical production of Anything Goes, a few questions and next up is Millie Vink who is starring as Evangeline Harcourt:

🛳 What’s your character’s endearing trait: Evangeline is an aspirational, persistent, hopeful character.

🛟 What do you love most about the performing arts: I have always loved storytelling. The art of bringing a character to life is so powerful. Being able to share the story and experience of a character can present the world through a different lens, which has the power to transport an audience to magical places. For me, the performing arts is such a safe space to perform, express yourself and be creative.

🎭 Name a character you’d like to play in the future: actors. Rizzo from Grease. I think she would be such a fun character to play, her accent, sass, song and just her general character would be incredibly fun to play.

🛳 Come onboard the SS American and see Millie, starring as Evangeline Harcourt – an overbearing mother concerned with money and social status, in the joint senior production with Christ's College, Canterbury of Anything Goes 15-18 May.

🎟 Tickets on sale now at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 10/05/2024

Yesterday our Year 9 ākonga spent the day learning how they can be involved with community service initiatives during their time at Rangi Ruru.

💙 Run by the Service Council in collaboration with the Sustainability and Wellbeing Councils, our Years 9s completed activities including: creating friendship bracelets and New Zealand themed welcome cards for our local refugee community, writing cards to alumnae, working in the nursery potting, weeding and watering native seedlings, and learning about the Student Volunteer Army (SVA) Service Award system where they are encouraged to log service hours and work towards SVA badges.

💛 Service is an integral part of who we are at Rangi Ruru, with ākonga completing more than 10,000 hours of community service on average each year for a variety of causes and communities both near and afar.

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Last week Rangi Ruru hosted the Waitaha Positive Action for the Environment Youth Conference.

💙 Greeted by our kapa haka ākonga, around 280 students and kaiako from schools across Canterbury descended upon our campus for an incredible day of hands-on workshops and being inspired by keynote speakers sharing their knowledge and passion for our environment.

🙏🏽 Thank you to everyone involved.

🌿 Manaaki whenua. Manaaki tangata. Haere whakamua. Care for the land. Care for the people. Go forward.


Take a sneak peek behind the scenes of Anything Goes, our joint senior production with Christ's College, Canterbury.

Don't miss out on this musical extravaganza - you can grab your tickets here - https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch

Thanks to sponsors Archibalds, Higgs Construction, Brooksfield Townhouses, Blueprint, MCG Hire Temporary Fence & Toilet Canterbury, Dexion, Ross Bailey Builders and Whistle & Ride.

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The leaves may be dropping and the mornings a little crisper but students arrived back on campus today with big smiles, a spring in their step and a renewed eagerness to dive into the new term.

We hope you all had a fantastic break and are ready to embrace all the exciting challenges and opportunities that Term 2 has in store for you.

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 01/05/2024

Our Senior A water polo squad made waves at the NZSS Div 2 championships in the first week of the holidays, placing a credible 4th overall.

The team dominated pool play with three wins, finished top in the cross over pool matches and despite a tough match against Marlborough Girls and a close 3/4 play off to Epsom Girls, they only suffered two losses throughout the tournament.

From the start of the season to the final whistle, this team embodied incredible team spirit and a shared commitment to be their best both in and out of the water. They had a blast together while giving it their all - with the icing on the cake, being acknowledged with the Bayleys award for team spirit!

Ka rawe!


Meet the Cast and Crew!

🛟 We asked some of the cast and crew, from the upcoming musical production of Anything Goes, a few questions and next up is Albie Anderson who is starring as Bill Crocker:

🎭 What’s your character’s endearing trait: Billy is very charming and a charismatic young man.

🛳 What do you love most about the performing arts: The feeling of being on stage, showing people my hard work and becoming my character.

🎭 Name a character you’d like to play in the future: Nathan Detroit from Guys and Dolls, because his personality is similar to mine, and I love the songs he sings.

🛳 Come onboard the SS American and see Albie in action, starring as Billy Crocker – a charming young businessman hopelessly in love, in the joint senior production with Christ's College, Canterbury of Anything Goes 15-18 May.

🎟 Tickets on sale now at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch


Congratulations to Alice Ferguson (right), Year 13, seen here with her Aon Maadi Regatta gold medal U18 coxless pair partner - Lucy Vance, who was recently named in the New Zealand U19 Rowing Team to compete in the coxless four at the 2024 U19 World Championship Regatta in St Catharines, Canada in August.

👏🏻 We know you will continue to put in the mahi and do yourself and your country proud. Whakamihi Alice!


Meet the Cast and Crew!

🛟 We asked some of the crew, from the upcoming musical production of Anything Goes, a few questions and here’s what Mariella and Blake had to say:

🛳 What do you love most about the performing arts:
Mariella: I love the stagecraft because it allows me to collaborate with lots of cool people, like directors, actors and other crew members. I love working with others and using my leadership skills to bring a show to life from backstage! I also love enhancing the audiences experience using lighting, sound and set to create an immersive experience as they watch the show.
Blake: I love a good story which means that I love narrative works. There's something so fundamentally human in telling stories, and the stage is the perfect place to let all types of talent be expressed to come together through narrative.

🎭 Name a show you’d like to be involved with in the future:
Mariella: Newsies! Newsies productions are famous for having incredible sets and lighting, and I'd really like to work on this show to experience the tech and learn everything.
Blake: Beetlejuice - there are so many interesting technical things like the puppetry of the giant snake. It would be very fun to work on.

🛳 Come onboard the SS American and watch Mariella and Blake’s behind the scenes production magic come to life, in the joint senior production with Christ's College, Canterbury of Anything Goes 15-18 May.

🎟 Tickets on sale now at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch


Today we honour the thousands of brave military personnel who have served and are serving, and remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

William Alfred Tyree, 1892-1917 was one of the last of a small group of boys who attended Rangi Ruru between 1890 and 1900. Enlisted with the Canterbury Battalion of the 5th Reinforcement, William was made a Lance Corporal in the Canterbury Infantry Regiment, 3rd Battalion in 1916. Despite being wounded in February 1917, he returned to active service, only to tragically lose his life, in action in the field of Ypres, Belgium 4 October 1917. His final resting place is in Tyne Cot Cemetery, Zonnebeke, West-Vlaanderen, Belgium.

Ka maumahara tonu tatou ki a rātou | We will remember them

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 23/04/2024

Do you want to explore some of our historic buildings?

On Sunday, 5 May we’re taking part in Open Christchurch - a celebration of architecture in Ōtautahi. Both Te Koraha (the historic 1885 homestead which is now the central administration building on campus), and St Andrew’s at Rangi Ruru Church will be open for the public to view. You can simply turn up from 12pm – 3pm next Sunday to view the buildings; bookings are required however for the history presentation being given by our Deputy Principal Juliet Collins, and architect William Fulton at 2pm in the church.

You can find out more at the Open CHCH website - https://openchch.nz/

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 22/04/2024

Ever wondered what it takes to bring a show to life. It’s more than just memorising lines and hitting the right notes. It’s about teamwork, passion and creativity – from designing the set to crafting visual effects, perfecting choreography to sourcing props – every detail matters.

🎭 It’s not just a show, it’s a labour of love. Check out what’s currently happening behind the scenes of our upcoming joint senior musical production with Christ's College, Canterbury, of Anything Goes.

🎟 If you haven’t got your tickets yet, best you hop on board at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch


Meet the Cast and Crew!

🛟 We asked some of the cast and crew, from the upcoming musical production of Anything Goes, a few questions and next up is Lily Partridge who is starring as Hope Harcourt:

💛 What’s your character’s endearing trait: Hope is very hopeful that everything will turn out ok even if she has to sacrifice her true love so that her mother will be happy.
What do you love most about the performing arts: It is such a special thing to be involved in and you get to be part of such a special community, full of support and teamwork.

💙 Name a character you’d like to play in the future: Donna in Mamma Mia! Because she is such a fun character who has such a kind and free spirit, gets to sing such amazing, iconic songs and I love the storyline she gets to tell.

🛳 Come onboard the SS American and see Lily in action, starring as Hope Harcourt – a beautiful heiress with a strong sense of duty, in the joint senior production with Christ's College of Anything Goes 15-18 May.

🔗 Tickets on sale now at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch


Four of our incredibly talented music scholars have recently secured coveted positions in the prestigious 2024 NZSO National Youth Orchestra (NYO)! Congratulations to Chloe Jiang (Year 13), Hayley Jiang (Year 10) - violins, Elise Tian (Year 11) - cello, Keina Rollinson (Year 12) - percussion (also reserve cello). This marks the third consecutive year that Elise has been selected, and the second time for Chloe.

🎶 Securing a place in the NYO is no small feat. Competition is fierce, with young musicians aged 25 and under vying for limited spots, many of whom are at tertiary level and beyond.

🎻 The NYO plays a vital role in providing unique opportunities for the country’s most gifted young orchestral performers, paving the way for successful careers as orchestral players, soloists, chamber musicians, and teachers.

👏 Ka rawe, students!

Rangi Ruru Music

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 16/04/2024

The 11 weeks of Term 1 went by in a flash; putting in the mahi came with its rewards - evident in the smiles and high spirits of ākonga.

💙💛💙 In between academic pursuits and extra curricular commitments, planned school-wide activities helped break the term up. From Carnival Day to Swimming Sports, Athletics Day to Love Week, clan colours have been flying high, face paint tubes have run dry, and funds were raised for several different charities along the way.

🌞 Wishing all of our Rangi Ruru whānau a happy and sun filled term break; we can't wait to see you again for Term 2!


Meet the Cast and Crew!

🛟 We asked some of the cast and crew, from the upcoming musical production of Anything Goes, a few questions and first up is Maddie Glossop, who is starring as Reno Sweeney:

🎭 What’s your character’s most endearing trait: Reno’s confidence. No matter where she goes, she commands the attention of the room, a true performer who is fully comfortable in herself.

🎶 What do you love most about the performing arts: Coming together, as a cast, to create a whole show which connects with the audience.

🎬 Name a character you’d like to play in the future: Elphaba from Wicked, because of how much character development she gets throughout the show and her amazing singing numbers.

🛳 Come on board the SS American and see Maddy in action, starring as Reno Sweeney – a seductive Evangelist turned nightclub singer, in the joint senior production with Christ's College, Canterbury of Anything Goes 15-18 May.

🔗 Tickets on sale now at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch

Rangi Ruru Music

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 12/04/2024

We just wrapped up an amazing term with 'The Shine We Show Week' and what a week it was! Here's a little throwback of what went on over the week...

👯‍♂️ Monday started on the bright foot with some groovy dance moves, music and cozy hot chocolates, setting the vibe for the week.

🌊 Tuesday was all about giving back for Ocean Day, as we raised money for ocean conservation. Creative spirits soared with paint and sip, and the day was sweetened with delicious lollies and baking.

💃🕺 Sparkles and shine took over on Thursday for our non-uniform day. Ākonga and staff looked fantastic in their shiny outfits, and enjoyed a disco and fashion show.

🎤 Finally, today we closed the week with a very energetic school dance in assembly.

🌟 Head of School Georgia Rumball says “The week was dedicated to providing fun activities for our ākonga and showcasing the different ways students show their shine. We had a range of activities in a sustainability, well-being, sports, arts and clan context, and it was an awesome opportunity for students to share their own shine, and increase their sense of belonging and community in our kura.”

Thanks to everyone who helped make this week unforgettable. Enthusiasm and creativity shone brightly!

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 11/04/2024

Running, skipping or walking; completing it for fun or as competitors, ākonga (and staff!) donned their sneakers and their clan colours for the annual Cross Country yesterday. As always, the atmosphere at Hagley Park was alive, spirits were high and clan points were well earned. A big shout out to everyone who planned, promoted and participated in the event.

Click here for the full set of photos https://rangirurugirlsschool.pixieset.com/crosscountry2024/

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Our athletics team took to the track and field at the SISS Championships in Timaru over the weekend with ākonga securing several top three placings and lots of personal bests.

Congratulations to the following students on their outstanding results:

💙 Alyssa Buchan - 2nd in the U19 800m run, 2nd in the U19 1500m run
💛 Madi Edmond - 6th in the U14 discus, 8th in the U14 shot put
💙 Meg Edwards - 3rd in the U19 80m hurdles, 6th in the U19 high jump, 5th in the javelin throw
💛 Sylvie France - 4th in the 1500m run
💙 Brooke Harper - 4th in the U19 long jump, 8th in the 100m sprint, 7th in the 200m sprint
💙 Hannah Harper - 2nd in the U15 shot put, 11th in the 100m sprint, 10th in the 200m sprint
💛 Georgia Kelso - 7th in the 3000m run
💙 Nya Kinajil-Reding - 7th in the U16 discus, 9th in the U16 shot put
💛 Eliza McDonnell - 2nd equal in the U16 high jump
💙 Zara McDonnell - 2nd equal in the U16 high jump
💛 Tilly O'Sullivan - 2nd in the U15 400m run, 2nd in the 800m run
💙 Ava Rattray - 7th in the U19 100m sprint, 4th in the U19 200m sprint
💛 Sophie Sara - 4th in the U16 1500m run
💙 Honor Thorne - 15th in the U15 long jump
💛 Ava Rattray, Meg Edwards, Brooke Harper, Alyssa Buchan - 4th in the U19 4x100m relay
💙 Tilly O'Sullivan, Ava Rattray, Meg Edwards, Alyssa Buchan - 3rd in the U19 4x400m relay

🤜🏻 Best wishes to Meg Edwards who also heads to the Australian Athletics Club Champs this weekend!

Rangi Ruru Sport

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 08/04/2024

In the early hours of Saturday morning students and staff gathered in the dark to raise funds for cancer at the annual Relay For Life.

💛 From 6am - 6pm our dedicated team ran, walked and skipped track rotations, each contributing 2-3 hours of their time to the cause. When participants weren't on the track, there was entertainment and activities to keep spirit and energy levels up. As evening fell, a candlelight ceremony was held; a time to honour loved ones affected by or lost to cancer, followed by all teams coming together to walk around the track as a united community, to fight back against cancer.

💙 Altogether $7,733 was donated, the third highest amount raised on the day. Head of Service, Angam Vraich shared, "Relay for Life was a really special event for us as a school and a wider community, as we came together to support and raise funds for the Cancer Society, who help many individuals and families impacted by cancer in our community. The atmosphere on the day was super heart-warming and it was great to see everyone get behind the cause, alongside having some fun!"

🙏🏻 Thank you to everyone who participated and donated to this worthy cause.

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 07/04/2024

When the individual notes of a single instrument join with others, aligning in perfect synchrony and harmony, the collective sound can be one of beauty. As was the case when the orchestras from Christ's College, St Margaret's and Rangi Ruru collaborated to present the 2024 Orchestra Extravaganza on Wednesday night.

Joining together for an afternoon workshop, where they rehearsed for the first time as a united orchestra, the results were outstanding and the performances were applauded by the appreciative audience later that evening. Each school showcased their own musical talent with smaller groups also performing.

We're sure the audience would agree, the evening was testament to the fact that Ōtautahi has some exceptional young musicians in its midst.

Thank you to Christ's College, Canterbury for hosting and to all the dedicated staff and students whose hard work and commitment made it a success.

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The Canterbury Secondary Schools' XC Mountain Biking Championships helped kick off the autumn season of biking for our team of riders, and what a great event it was! With four podium finishes: Juliet Freeman clinched the Open Women's category, Maggie Ardagh secured 2nd place in the U17, Sophie Sara grabbed 3rd in the U16 and Kokoda Payne, 3rd in the U15, the icing on the cake was Rangi Ruru being named Top Girls' School (shared with the girls from Cashmere High School).

Congratulations also to Juliet Freeman who performed admirably in the 2024 Skoda South Island School Mountain Bike Championships held at Coronet Park in March, placing 1st in the cross country and enduro women's event.

From witnessing the determination of our newest riders to the seasoned veterans pushing themselves to their limits, Ms Herangi-Harrison said every moment on the track so far this year has been inspiring. Term 4 promises to bring new opportunities to extend the team's skill and confidence at downhill, lapping, sending and shredding.

Thank you to PAK'nSAVE Wainoni for their wonderful support!

Whāia te whanaungatanga, whāia te mana kia tū, whāia to te rangi!

Photos from Rangi Ruru Girls' School's post 03/04/2024

In the Year 9 Te Ara programme, ākonga have been learning about leadership to foster self-confidence, resilience, and inclusivity.

Through a collaboration with 'Lean In Girls', a Leadership Curriculum has been adapted and customised for our kura. The learning journey so far has focussed around celebrating leadership superpowers, questioning stereotypes, and overcoming biases and barriers.

The final phase of the curriculum will concentrate on Allyship Foundations, with the aim being for students to grasp the concept of allyship, acquire strategies for addressing unfair treatment of others, and recognise discrimination based on identity.


Get ready to set sail on a spectacular journey across the seas as we proudly present the timeless musical extravaganza Anything Goes, jointly with Christ's College.

🛳 Get on board for a night filled with toe-tapping tunes, dazzling dance numbers and unforgettable ditties. With performances running from Wednesday 15 May - Saturday 18 May, you won't want to miss out - this production promises to be a show-stopper.

⚓️Tickets are available at https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2024/anything-goes/christchurch/tickets

🛟 Thanks to sponsors Archibalds , Higgs Construction , Brooksfield Townhouses , MCG Hire Temporary Fence & Toilet Canterbury , Dexion and Ross Bailey Builders.

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Easter is an opportunity for our whānau to come together, reflect on our blessings, share messages of love and new beginnings, and spread kindness in our community.

🎼 🙏🏼 Led by Rev Phyllis Harris, our Easter Communion was made extra special with performances by Resolutions accompanied by Polly Lee and Elise Tian, and John Dodgshun on the organ, along with the Brass Ensemble.

💙💛💙 Continuing the tradition initiated last year, the Service Council organised the inter-form Easter basket competition, with each form class crafting the finest basket for their respective year group charity. Baskets were filled with items requested by the charity along with yummy Easter treats. Deliveries were made to Aviva, Cholmondeley Children’s Centre, Women’s Refuge, Ronald McDonald House and Canterbury Refugees. Acts like these are a beautiful reminder that even small gestures can make a difference and that everyone can do a little to help share love and compassion at Easter.

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Our Year 11 History classes recently visited Kaiapoi Pā, in the hope of getting a better understanding of the significance of the site and its part in the rich tapestry of our region's history. The fieldtrip was used to complement the topic taught in class and to give a sense of the historical concepts of collective maumaharatanga (how the site is remembered) and the impact that the events of the past have on the people and places today.

Established around 1700 by Ngāi Tahu ancestors, Kaiapoi Pā once served as the stronghold, a vibrant trading area and the genealogical centre for all Ngāi Tahu whānui. However, the tale of the pā is unfortunately one of triumph and tragedy. In 1831, Te Rauparaha's forces brought devastation upon the site, leaving behind the echo of a once-thriving community. Today, the pā remains a silent witness to the passage of time. Amongst the vast green fields stands a monument, erected in 1898, to honour the lives of those who lived and died there.

As ākonga were guided around the pā, where significant geographical features of pā defenses remain, they not only learned about the past, they felt it - its history forming part of our collective heritage, not only as Cantabrians but as New Zealanders.

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Summer Tournament Wrap Up!

🌏 From the summit of Coronet Peak to the shores of Lake Rua and beyond, months of hard mahi was put into play as teams and individual athletes travelled the motu in search of sporting glory.

🙏🏼 It really does take a village to bring summer tournament week together, so thank you to our Rangi Ruru whānau who helped make it happen and to all our supporters for cheering us on; we are grateful for your support!

👏🏼 Congratulations to everyone who participated, showed grit and determination and represented the blue and gold with pride. Results were as follows:

💙 Cricket - Gillette Regional Qualifying Tournament - 4th
💛 Dragon Boating - SISS Champs - 2nd 1000m, 1st 500m, 2nd 200m....with 5 less paddlers than any other boat in every race!
💙 Futsal - NZSS Championships - 22nd
💛 Mountain Biking - Juliet Freeman - SISS MTB Championships - 1st U20 Girls XC, 1st U20 Girls Enduro
💙 Multisport - NZSS Triathlon Champs - Charlotte Chiles - 3rd U19 Female; Fastest mixed team overall - Charlotte Chiles (Rangi Ruru), Ethan Beetar, Thomas Newsom and Charlotte Chiles (yes Charlotte did the 1st AND 4th leg!!!); Fastest U16 mixed team - Sophie Lampe, Cohnor Walsh, Luke Jansen & Kate Sharpe (Rangi Ruru).
💛 Rowing - U17 Coxed Four: 5th in the A Final
U18 Novice Coxed Eight #1: 3rd in the A Final
U18 Novice Coxed Eight #2: 4th in the A Final
U18 Coxless Pair: 1st in A Final
U16 Coxed Eight: 2nd in A Final
U15 Coxed Octuple Sculls: 8th in A Final
U18 Coxed Four: 2nd in the A Final
U17 Coxed Eight: 2nd in the A Final
U16 Coxed Four: 3rd in the B Final
U17 Coxless Pair: 2nd in the A Final
U15 Coxed Eight #1: 2nd in the A Final
U15 Coxed Eight #2: 1st in the A Final
U18 Novice Coxed Four #1: 7th in the A Final
U18 Novice Coxed Four #2: 3rd in the B Final
U18 Coxed Eight: 3rd in the A Final
💙 Tennis - National Secondary School Tennis Cup - 5th
💛 Touch - SISS Touch Championships - 5th Equal
💙 Volleyball - Div 1 Satellite Tournament - 8th
💛 Water Polo - SISS Champs - 4th and Most Valuable Goalie - Zoe Crisp (photo credit: Podium Photography)

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Last week 10 teams from different schools around Ōtautahi competed in the annual cooking competition, Concours de Cuisine - hosted by the Alliance Française.

Rangi Ruru entered two teams, made up of four students each, from our Year 12 French class. The teams vied for gold, each getting two hours to prepare a main and dessert that was in some way related to the 2024 Paris Olympics and Paralympics. Teams were not only judged on taste, creativity, and decoration but also on the presentation of their menu (ideally in French).

The team of Ruby, Harshini, Kate and Serena took out first place, with Honor, Emma, Monet and Charlotte being named as runners up.

The judges, all French, were impressed with the high quality, with one, a French pastry chef, even noting that Ruby’s madeleines, tasted better than what she sells in her shop!

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