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Hagley News October 2019

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Senior Formal 2019

Hagley College Formal

by Rowan Milburn

The annual school formal was held on Saturday 14th September and the theme was Enchanted Forest. We sold 225 tickets, so it was well supported by our students.

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School Donations

by Mike Fowler

Hagley really appreciates the support we receive from our students, parents and families in the form of school donations. The donations mean we are able to run a wide range of 'outside the classroom' activities for our students.

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Mya Hesp

by Rowan Milburn

Mya Hesp (Year 9) was selected to be part of Te Pōkai Ao, which is a STEAM initiative through Ngāi Tahu.

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School Leavers’ Toolkit

by Emma Lumb

Education Minister Chris Hipkins recently launched a School Leavers’ Toolkit.

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Louis Nel and Lucy Hill at NZ Fashion Week

NZ Fashion Week

by Lucy Hill

Hagley School of Fashion students, Louis Nel and Lucy Hill, recently attended New Zealand Fashion week in Auckland.

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Senior College Enrolment Day

by Sharon Cumming

Thursday 21st November is the day for all new Year 12, 13 and Adult students to enrol at Hagley for 2020.

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Guta Goldstein

Guta Goldstein

by Tamara Yuill Proctor

On 10 September, Hagley College History and other Year 10-13 students were privileged to listen to Guta Goldstein share her incredible story of Holocaust survival.

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NCEA Exams Start Soon!

by Michaela Heenan

From Friday 8th November to Tuesday 3rd December, NCEA exams will be taking place for many of our senior students in Years 11-13.

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Hagley Film Students in Competition Final

by Naomi Milner

There have been six Hagley College films selected as finalists for the 2019 School Shorts competition this year.

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Cake

Festival of Adult Learning

by Robyn Peterson

Hagley Adult Literacy Centre (HALC) and Hagley College (English Language Learning and After 3 classes) marked the Festival of Adult Learning during the first week of September, with over 400 people involved.

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uLearn 2019 Conference

by Nathan Walsh

Recently, Sarah Parder (Learning Enhancement Teacher) and Nathan Walsh (Leader of e-Learning) attended the uLearn Conference in Rotorua.

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Derek Benfield's Outstanding Service to Hagley

by Mike Fowler

Derek has been recognised by the NZ School Trustees Association for 24 years of continuous service as a school trustee, including 20 years on the Hagley Board from 1999 to 2019.

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Tertiary Pathways

by Emma Lumb

We will once again be offering our Catch Up College Intensive in January for students.

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Key Dates for the End of 2019 and Looking Ahead to 2020

by Julie Davies

The end of the school year is fast approaching, and we would like to remind you of some key dates for the remainder of this year.

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Boma Group

Boma Fellowship

by Tamara Yuill Proctor

I am Tamara Yuill Proctor (Head of Social Sciences), one of 10 Canterbury teachers who were awarded a Boma Education Fellowship.

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Te Taura Here o Ōtautahi - Our Central City Community of Learning

by Mike Fowler

Over the last two years, Hagley has been part of a kāhui ako - a community of learning - formed from a diverse range of schools and early childhood education centres located in the centre of Christchurch.

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Hagley on Show

Music News

by Nanako Sato

Term 3 has once again been absolutely packed with musical events.

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The Cycle of Improvement at Hagley

by Marie Stribling

There is an expectation, both from external agencies, such as ERO, and from within Hagley, that, as a school, we are working on a cycle of continuous improvement.

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Hagley Sports

by Molly McLaren

A number of our students and student coaches have had a great winter sports season - read about it here.

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