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Hagley News - April 2019

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern speaks with the community

Supporting Our Community after 15 March

by Mike Fowler

Ethnic communities see Hagley as their place, which was clear over three days when Hagley acted as a welfare centre for those impacted by the 15 March terrorism attacks.

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Hagley to help make Multicultural Hub a reality

by Mike Fowler

Hagley's ongoing commitment to celebrate diversity and to embrace all ethnic communities has been further reaffirmed as the Board of Trustees gives its commitment to establish a multicultural hub on the school site.

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Year 9 Open Evening - Wednesday 8th May

by Mike Fowler

If you're considering Hagley for Year 9 in 2020, don't miss our Open Evening: 4:30pm or 5:30pm on Wednesday 8th May. It's a great opportunity to meet us, find out about our unique school, learn about what we offer, as well as to take a look around.

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Hagley's Annual Plan

by Mike Fowler

Our Annual Plan sets our direction and identifies the priorities for us to work on. Goals don’t just happen. Our plan builds on many things we have underway already.

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Hagley College Waka Ama

Waka Ama Championships

by Clint Pilkington

Hagley College attended the Canterbury Secondary Schools Waka Ama Championships on Saturday 9th March at Lake Roto Kohatu.

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Nic Te Paa and Shakira Stewart-Barwick

South Island Secondary Schools Athletics Meeting

by Clint Pilkington

We were very proud to support a small group of students who travelled independently to Nelson for the South Island Secondary Schools Athletics Meeting, March 29-31.

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What Now presenters Evander Brown, Erin Wells and Chris Kirkpatrick with artist Aidan Walbaekken (second from left).

Mural Gifted to Hagley Preschool

by Leoni Combrink

Hagley Preschool is the recipient of a mural which was created on the children’s TV show "What Now" on Sunday March 24th.

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Bernie Frankpitt

Dr Bernard Frankpitt

by Ros Jackson

Bernie is a dedicated Mathematics Kaiako here at the College and is teacher in charge of NCEA assessments in the department.

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Senior Wellbeing Modules

by Emma Lumb

Our new programme of Senior Wellbeing Modules is well underway, with the first block of modules ending this week, and students in the midst of reflecting on their first options and selecting the modules they will begin at the start of term two.

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'Boost' Camp

by Shakira, Liam & Israel (Year 12 students)

We went to Kaikōura with a small group of students for a ‘boost’ camp from March 31st - April 1st.

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2019 School Trustee Elections

by Sherron Harrison

Our communities need great boards to help build great schools.

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City to Surf

by Clint Pilkington

On March 24th Hagley College took part in the 45th annual City to Surf.

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Unity Lunch

by Emma Lumb

This Thursday 11th April, we have invited our students to join in a Unity Lunch.

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Education for the Future

by Marie Stribling

Recently I attended an Australasian Future Schools conference where there were many interesting themes discussed by a number of Australian and New Zealand experts.

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Karakia Hauora – Whakataki

by Emma Lumb

(Kaupapa Hauora) Well-being Chant – Opening (for opening a class/session on well-being topics)

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Voyage on the Spirit of Adventure

Getting into the ‘Spirit’ of things with Heather Jeffs

by Rowan Milburn

I caught up with Heather Jeffs about her 10-day voyage on the Spirit of Adventure in January this year.

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Keep in Touch with Hagley

by Jenni Holden

Hagley College tries to do its part for the environment by communicating electronically with students, parents, and whānau as much as possible. If you haven't received an email from us in 2019, we may have your contact details incorrectly recorded.

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Entertainment Books

by Jenni Holden

Hagley College is raising funds by selling Entertainment Books. Pre-order your 2019/2020 Entertainment Book or Digital Membership today!

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Kete Wana Te Reo Class

by Chantelle Rakich

This term in our Kete Wana Te Reo class, we have been exploring our values and Te Reo through a connection with the Hagley Preschool.

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