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June 2021 - Hagley News

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Ko wai mātou

by Mike Fowler

Te Puna Wai o Waipapa / Hagley College - what our name says about whom we are.

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The Samoan flag

Pasifika o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa

by Fa’atu, Chris, Sarah, Rowan and Emma.

Noa’ia! Kia orana! Ni sa bula! Mālō e lelei! Faka’alofa lahi atu! Fakatalofa atu! Gude! Talofa lava! Kia ora koutou! Warm Pacific greetings!

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Year 9 Enrolments

by Lisa Amer

Year 9 enrolments for 2022 are in full swing. We are really enjoying reading all of the wonderful applications we are receiving.

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Te Taura Here o Ōtautahi - community of learning update

by Mike Fowler

We're part of a community of four schools and 12 early childhood education centres. Many of the kāhui ako initiatives are focused on improving pathways for our students.

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Support Staff Week 2021 - Te Wiki o ngā Kaiāwhina Tautoko

by Jenni Holden

This week is Support Staff Week. Thank you to all of our amazing Support Staff who do so much to make Hagley College what it is.

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Music Camp

by Nanako Sakto

The music department recently held a three-day camp at Hanmer Springs Forestry Camp.

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Year 12 & 13 Wellbeing Programme

by Emma Lumb

These last two weeks have seen our year 12 students back in their Uru Hauora. The focus has been on looking at character strengths and how we can use them in different situations.

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Geography and Tourism students

by Maria Pilkington

Eighteen Geography and Tourism students travelled to Aoraki in late May to learn about the national park run by the Department of Conservation.

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Tertiary Pathways

by Emma Lumb

As I write, CUP teachers are busily marking Semester 1 exams and Student Advisors at University of Canterbury Transitions are interviewing propsective students for Semester 2 of the Certificate in University Preparation (CUP).

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Whataboutme.nz -The National Youth Health and Wellbeing Survey

by Tim Rowland

Our school has been selected to take part in whataboutme.nz, a nationwide survey of young people in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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Whakahuatia mai!

by Emma Lumb

We've been working out a way to have sound recordings of people's names, so that we can do better with our pronunciation of students’ and colleagues’ names.

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Careers

by Claire Jones

2022 Information Sessions

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Hagley Redevelopment

by Andy Gorton

So much has changed at Hagley in the last few months ! The college has started and almost completed our new Early Childhood Centre going from an empty piece of land:

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The Hagley Writers' Institute

by Zoe Meager

The Quick Brown Dog Journal, Issue 5. Submissions now open to all writers across Aotearoa.

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Education Review Office Evaluation

by Mike Fowler

ERO school evaluations now take place over time, rather than the previous model of short term intensive visits. We've just met with our ERO reviewer Julie Moor to take us to the next step in this new process.

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Keep in touch with Hagley

by Julie Davies

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 2021, we may have your contact details incorrectly recorded.

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Reporting

by Julie Davies

Term 2 Junior College Reports and Senior Subject Feedback Reports are available on the Parent Portal now.

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