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Hagley News Feb 2020

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Emergency Management

by Rowan Milburn

Recently Hagley College engaged the services of an independent company, Harrison Tew, who specialise in emergency management planning for schools.

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Hagley's Annual Plan - Tell Us What You Think!

by Mike Fowler

We’re developing our Annual Plan and we'd really like to know what our students, parents, caregivers and whānau think!

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Ken at Travis Wetlands 2018

Tribute to Ken Ivan Cartwright, 14 Dec 1956 - 9 Feb 2020

by Fiona Brownlie

Ken Cartwright has been a kaiako at Hagley since 1991 and taught until his illness forced him to give up teaching in 2018. Ken was given a short time to live but against the odds he survived and lived his life to the fullest until February 2020.

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Jasmine Hanrahan, Tasman Cook & Scott Kenton

Duke of Edinburgh

by Nathan Walsh

Jasmine Hanrahan, Tasman Cook and Scott Kenton have achieved their Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award through the Kete Wana Do the Duke option.

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Meet the Teacher

by Julie Davies

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

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Year 12 & 13 Wellbeing Programme

by Emma Lumb

He ngahere kei roto i te kākano – A forest lies within a seed

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Peer Support Camp 2020

by Rowan Milburn

Nineteen fantastic Year 13 students took the opportunity to attend a camp between the 21st and 23rd of January at Hanmer Springs. They were trained to be Peer Support Leaders during this time.

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Careers

by Leoni Combrink

Visits to Careers - Lunchtime in the Careers Room

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Important Term 1 Dates

by Julie Davies

There are a number of important events happening at Hagley College this term.

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Tertiary Pathways

by Emma Lumb

It has been a busy few weeks for Tertiary Pathways.

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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 2020 we may have your contact details incorrectly recorded.

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Hagley College - part of Central City Kāhui Ako

by Mike Fowler

We are part of a community of learning, or kāhui ako, with four schools [Hagley, Ao Tawhiti, Christchurch East School, Te Pā o Rākaihautū] and twelve early childhood education centres, all located in and around the central city of Christchurch.

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Professor Christine Rubie- Davies receiving the Tuakana Taina from Deputy Principal Marie Stribling

High Expectations Teaching @ Hagley

by Marie Stribling

On Teacher Only Day (27 January) teachers were treated to a keynote address by Professor Christine Rubie-Davies from the University of Auckland on the subject of being a high expectation teacher. This was followed up by a workshop for the Leaders Group to explore the ideas more deeply.

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Hagley’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) Course Kawepūrongo (News)

by Jenny O'Sullivan

While New Zealand Certificates are progressively replacing National Certificates in Aotearoa, few are being offered in secondary schools.

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Student Wellbeing Expo, Thursday 27th February 2020

by Anne Farrall

Over the last few years we have held a Student Wellbeing Expo, which gives our students the opportunity to connect with people from different health and wellbeing organisations in Christchurch, as well as doing other activities such as team games and having the chance to win spot prizes.

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Hagley College School App

School App

by Rowan Milburn

Go to the App Store on your Apple device or Google Play on your android device and search 'SchoolAppsNZ' to download the app.

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Nau mai, Haere mai te Kaimahi 2020

by Ros Jackson

We welcome to the College the following new Kaimahi:

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