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August 2021 - Hagley News

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Consultation about our school’s name

by Mike Fowler

The Board of Trustees would like to consult our school community about the name of our school.

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Planning for next stage of our redevelopment

by Mike Fowler

Having access to our two new hubs, Auripo and Wainuku, during term 4 2022 means that we can start work on the next stage of our redevelopment master plan.

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Pasifika o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa

by Vaega Pasifika

Kia Orāna kōtou kātoatoa! Noa’ia! Ni sa bula! Mālō e lelei! Faka’alofa lahi atu! Fakatalofa atu! Gude! Talofa lava! Kia ora koutou! Warm Pacific greetings, even in this chilly week!

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Hagley Māori Dance Success

by Naressa Gamble

“Hagley Dance Company had a huge impact on me continuing my dance studies and deciding that I could do this as a career.”

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Student Council 2021 – An update!

by Rowan Milburn

The student council, chaired by Nova Taukamo has gone from strength to strength as a group in 2021.

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Make Term 3 your NCEA 'moving day'!

by Mike Fowler

What does "moving day" mean? It's an expression golfers use to mean the day before the final round of a professional golf tournament.

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Hagley success at Christchurch’s TheatreFest competition

by Fiona Brownlie

Heather Wright's physical theatre play, Final Exam received the top prize at Christchurch’s TheatreFest competition, winning the Best Youth Production award. Congratulations to Heather for her accomplished script and direction, and to her cast, Hana Hollister, Sarah Wright and Gabriel Murphy, for creating such an engaging performance.

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Hagley Preschool/Te Pito o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa

by Bee Williamson

Hagley Preschool/Te Pito o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa is proudly up and running in the new & improved learning environment.

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Music News

by Nanako Sato

The Music department has been busy as usual this term, and we are ready for jam-packed musical events this term.

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Do the Duke

by Nathan Walsh

Year 9 and 10 “Do the Duke” Kete Wana students have been volunteering in the community recently.

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Tīaho

by Vicki Dixon

The inaugural showcase of Tīaho was held on July 9.

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Meet the Teacher

by Julie Davies

Meet the Teacher evening for Parents/Caregivers/Whānau of Year 9-13 students is coming up soon.

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Library News

by Liz Jones

The library is running a Reading Bingo competition again this year. Students need to read 12 items from the library's collection - a mixture of novels, non-fiction, poetry and magazine articles.

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Programme changes afoot for 2022

by Marie Stribling

There have been several changes made to our curriculum offerings for senior students for 2022. These changes include some semesterised courses in Year 12, a sprinkling of new connected curriculum courses in Year 12 and the ‘de-levelling’ of a number of senior courses. The overall purpose of these changes is to offer greater choice to students and to offer Year 12 students, in particular, a wider range of opportunities for students to test out their subject preferences more easily.

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Reporting

by Julie Davies

Term 3 Junior Reports will be available soon on the Portal. Senior Subject feedback can be viewed anytime on the Portal.

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Ngā kākano

by Emma Lumb

A key aspect of our Year 12 and 13 wellbeing programme is the selection of ngā kākano options.

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Hagley Theatre Company News

by Lisa Allan

Kia ora all!

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Annual Art Exhibition

by Sophie Paterson

Saving school students' Art from the skip.

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