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Hagley News - Oct 21

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Covid Measures and Our Students

by Rowan Milburn - Associate Principal

Covid in Christchurch – not the news we wanted to wake up to on Thursday! With two cases in our Ōtautahi community, we want to reassure our students and school community and to remind them of the things we can be doing to keep ourselves safe.

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Kete Kākano Rua o Mātou Kura - Our Bicultural Kete

by Mike Fowler

We acknowledge Te Ngāi Tūāhuriri as holding mana whenua over the land of this rohe. We appreciate and honour our partnership with Ngāi Tahu, Ngāi Tūāhuriri and Mātauraka Mahaanui in developing and celebrating our bicultural narrative at Te Puna Wai o Waipapa. This kete is intended to record key aspects of that narrative.

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School Name Consultation

by Rowan Milburn - Associate Principal

You may have read about the consultation the school is undertaking on behalf of the Board of Trustees around our school name in our August newsletter.

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The Path to Eliminating Racism - Race Relations Commissioner Meng Foon

by Mike Fowler

Meng Foon recently visited Hagley to talk with students to help develop the national action plan against racism.

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Darryl Low

by Cameron Mattox

It is with a heavy heart that I write this final commentary on a long serving member of the College and The Theatre Company.

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Senior Prize Givings (Years 11 to 13)

by Catherine Horne

Due to the current COVID pandemic we are going to be changing how the Prize Givings are run this year. We will be having all our Prize Givings on the main Hagley site and we will be limiting the audience to prize winners only.

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Impact Project:

by Nathan Walsh

This year, students in Year 13 Impact Project have been working on a passion project of their choice.

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Pasifika o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa

by Emma Lumb

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

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Tertiary Pathways

by Emma Lumb

Most years we would have been letting you know of our summer Catch Up College details and the other tertiary pathway options that Hagley offers. This year, Covid-19 and alert level restrictions have complicated things.

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Waitaha Secondary Schools Kapa Haka Competitions

by Chantelle Rakich

2021 has been a huge year for Te Waipapa o te Ao Tawhiti - the Hagley/Ao Tawhiti Kapa Haka.

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NCEA Assessment – on track in 2021

by Marie Stribling

Many students might be feeling a bit anxious about their NCEA assessment results this year because of the interruption to their face-to-face learning programmes through the COVID lockdown. However, there are significant ways that teachers are working with NZQA to minimise the effect that a loss of face-to-face learning time will have on outcomes and results for students.

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Dual Enrolment Opportunities for 2022

by Claire Jones

Dual Enrolment programmes are a great way to earn credits and get a feel for tertiary study whilst being at school.

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New Staff

by Jenni Holden

We would like to extend a warm welcome to new staff at Hagley College, and give them a chance to introduce themselves to you.

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Te Pito o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa / Hagley Community Preschool

by Jocelyn Wright

Now is the time to secure your child’s enrolment at Te Pito o Te Puna Wai o Waipapa/Hagley Community Preschool for Term 4 and for 2022.

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Creative Cook

by Drew Weeda-Ramirez

In the Creative Cook programme we have been learning about canapes.

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