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Hagley News - July 2020

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Auripo viewed from the west

Hagley College building redevelopment update

by Andy Gorton

Over the past few months, the College has continued to work closely with the Ministry of Education and our appointed Architects to finalise the detailed designs of our two new hubs – Wainuku and Auripo.

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Hagley to be anchor community partner in the new Multicultural Centre

by Mike Fowler

The Christchurch Netball Centre in South Hagley Park is set to become a community recreation, sports and multicultural centre and our school is to have a key role in its development.

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Community of Learning developments

by Mike Fowler

Our kāhui ako team have been researching our school community’s experiences of remote learning during lockdown and plan to use the findings to improve teaching and learning at Hagley.

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Academic writing and study skills – uni taster

by Leoni Combrink

Enrolments are now open for our part-time course introducing students to academic writing and study skills.

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Ollie Cotton – A Year 11 Student with a need for speed!!!

by Rowan Milburn - Associate Principal

Ollie Cotton races motor bikes - that's his thing! I caught up with him around his year so far, how he sees his future and some advice for students starting at Hagley in 2021.

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Do The Duke Kete Wana

by Nathan Walsh

Students from the Do The Duke Kete Wana option have been working hard by volunteering their time in the community as part of their work towards their Duke of Edinburgh award.

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Staff Profile Marie Stribling – Deputy Principal – Student Learning

by Ros Jackson

Marie is one of our long standing Kaiako who is in her 34th year of teaching at Hagley!

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Hagley Careers

by Claire Jones

There are a large number of Taster courses, Courses & Information Evenings coming up soon.

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Start First Year Engineering/ Product Design

by Leoni Combrink

Take the fast path into Engineering and Product Design degrees at the University of Canterbury (UC).

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Connected classes @Hagley

by Marie Stribling

One of the key principles of future focused learning is the building of horizontal connections across subjects of the curriculum. This is one of seven principles of learning identified by a key stakeholder, the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development).

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Hagley Performing Arts Winter Showcase 2020

by Naressa Gamble - Head of Dance Studies

During the Covid-19 lockdown pandemic future opportunities to perform were looking slim. As the lockdown lifted, hopes rose and The Piano: Centre for the Music and the Arts advertised a wonderful opportunity to the Performing Arts community for free venue hire to support the employment of their staff.

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  Koru House Cup - Kākāriki:   10DM and 9WT

Annual Cross Country Event

by Clint Pilkington - Head of Sport

On Tuesday 23rd June, in cool and misty conditions, we held our annual cross country event; compulsory for Years 9 and 10 and optional for senior students and teachers.

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Scene Plus rises from the Covid ashes

by Cameron Mattox

Finally, our April performance of Scene Plus began last Wednesday night in the new venue – the Hagley Café.

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Matariki Hui ā-whānau

by Regan Stokes

This year the rising of the star cluster Matariki, marking the beginning of the Māori New Year, is from the 13th of July, with the celebration period for Matariki from July 13th – July 20th, coinciding with the upcoming school holidays.

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